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Yo-yo stock

A highly volatile stock that moves up and down like a yo-yo.
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Yo-Yo Stock

Informal; a stock that moves upwards and downward in price frequently and with little pattern. Yo-yo stocks are highly volatile and, as such, can be very risky.
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Castagna, C., Impellizzeri, F.M., Chamari, K., Carlomagno, D., Rampinini, E., 2006, Aerobic Fitness And Yo-Yo Continuous And Intermittent Tests Performances In Soccer Players: Acorrelation Study.
Bangsbo and collaborators (2008) analyzing 141 subjects, found a positive association (r = 0.70; p < 0.05) between VO2max and the Yo-Yo IR level 1 (IR1) test in football players.
Clinically significant results were seen in the Yo-Yo test (NC time vs.
for Pedro "the Sleeper" Flores and his yo-yo that set the
But there is no time to unwind as he is now on his way to the World Yo-Yo Contest in Prague where he will face other yo-yoers from around the globe.
Pull stitches tight to form a small yo-yo. Center yo-yo with a button attached with glue.
Therefore, the aim of this study is to identify the relationships between Yo-Yo IR1 performance, V[O.sub.2]max and its associated speed in a group of professional futsal players.
Patrick Miles and the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point hosted Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble in October, the highlight of which was a master class, at which hornist Renee Millar, violinist Brittany Musumeci, and pianist Mark Vach performed the first movement of the Brahms Trio.
Yo-yo dieting is a common phenomenon yet little interdisciplinary research has been carried out on dieting, food and nutrition in the social context.
MILLBURY - Jeff Coons was 8 or 9 when he met his first yo-yo. Little did he know how far it would take him.
A few moments later, Pack Rat spied an old yo-yo. "That would make a fun swing," he told himself.