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Top-heavy

At a price level where supply is exceeding demand. See: Resistance level.

Top-Heavy

Informal; describing a security trading at a price at which there are more sellers than buyers. Because there is a lack of demand at the top-heavy price, the security is likely to undergo a price correction. See also: Resistance level.
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The team showed that when the top-heavy bug tilts, the swirls of air ejected from the far side of the body automatically adjust to keep it upright.
To make it less likely that a plan would be deemed top-heavy, the EGTRRA narrowed the definition of key employees by nearly doubling the compensation limit from $67,500 in 2000 to $130,000 in 2001.
But the leading reason of claims against plan service providers seems to be the "top-heavy" status of qualified retirement plans.
He has left a midrange gallery committed to discovering and establishing new artists, where he had been the biggest earner, and joined a blue-chip emporium top-heavy with stars and known for picking up and enhancing the careers of well-established artists such as Cy Twombly as well as luring promising artists away from dealers who first showed them."
This assumption has been reversed in recent years as the dollar glut has led to a top-heavy volume of hot money leading exchange rates to zigzag.
In even a high-end SUV, the top-heavy feel would have discouraged me from leaning into curves and hitting the gas pedal as I pulled through them.
The box that appeared on page 17 of your December issue ("Do you have a top-heavy plan?") contains some outdated and incorrect information.
The April 15th Israel Solidarity Rally was top-heavy with liberal-left CFR members, such as Representatives Richard Gephardt and Jane Harman, Senator Charles Schumer, AFL-CIO President John J.
The Church is very top-heavy in European-born saints who also happened to be either bishops, priests, or religious.
Barnes, and the distinguished photographer Alfred Stieglitz--but this is a book meant to explore a precise theme from a very specific perspective: the tension between the individual and "group-life." Moreover, the exploration occasionally suffers because it is so top-heavy with anthropological theory and detail that Heibling doesn't always have space to develop the implications of his critical arguments.
Her writing style was not overblown or top-heavy with metaphors and symbolism, but rather almost anti-New Yorker in approach, with a leanness and frankness rarely seen in the pages of a publication reserved for the stiff trend interpreters of the city's tony elite.
The rating, conducted by the department's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), measures the vehicle's center of gravity and track width to determine how ''top-heavy'' it is.