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Self-Correcting

Describing a situation where a trend is likely to reverse itself and restore the status quo. For example, if a security drops in price by $5, a self-correcting trend would provide some indication that it will soon rise (roughly) $5 to its previous price. See also: Reversion to the Mean.

self-correcting

Of, relating to, or being a security price movement that is excessive and likely to be at least partially retraced.
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A recently released IRS administrative policy on self-correction of pension and profit-sharing plan violations is sure to be embraced by retirement plan sponsors and administrators.
By contrast, in the case of the error-ridden study by the Japanese researcher Haruko Obokata and her colleagues, published in January 2014 in the journal Nature, the scientific community's ethic of self-correction functioned well.
Sekulow added: "Here's the bottom line: despite the new TIGTA report, the IRS still remains institutionally incapable of self-correction.
Dubai: The self-correction in values that Dubai's property market went through from the second quarter onwards has made it easier for budget-conscious developers to make an entry with their projects.
Cyclical problems are normally best addressed by relying on monetary policy to strengthen the economy's self-correction mechanism.
She regularly advises clients on a broad range of employee benefits matters, including the design and implementation of tax-qualified retirement plans and 403(b) plans, benefit plan compliance with federal tax and Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) requirements, correction of benefit plan defects through Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Department of Labor (DOL) self-correction programs, and nondiscrimination testing of church plans.
The reasonable solution on the horizon is that both groups immediately take action for self-correction in response to the current crisis, and provide an impetus for the inclusive restructuring and recalibration of Turkish politics.
He acknowledged the cost of transported goods would increase if diesel became more expensive, but predicted that prices would stabilise with market self-correction.
While the process of Bildung ostensibly involves the exploration and subsequent renunciation of extremes of error in relation to a normative middle, Sng argues that Goethe's novel shows instead the protagonist's failure to achieve a coherent subjectivity through such self-correction.
Scientific misconduct and the myth of self-correction in science.
In order to successfully adopt this new virtualized reality, IT organizations need solutions that enable persistent and continuous automatic discovery and self-correction in the virtualized environment.
As Wittgenstein argued, and as Teichmann effectively reminds us, language is not "private," but rather always manifests as "language games," as symbolic systems that both develop in lived cultural contexts and are the vehicles through which cultures (including their moral aspects) can undertake both self-evaluation and self-correction.