whipsaw

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to operate a whipsaw
a crosscut saw operated by two people
to defeat someone in two different ways at once
to lose potential profit by buying shares just before the price falls, or by selling them just before the price rises
{n} a large saw for two persons
term denoting a market which has abrupt moves both upward and downward
To saw with the whipsaw
A saw for dividing timber lengthwise, usually set in a frame, and worked by two persons; also, a fret saw
To defeat in, or cause to lose, two different bets at the same turn or in one play, as a player at faro who has made two bets at the same time, one that a card will lose and another that a different card will win; hence, to defeat in spite of every effort
victimize, especially in gambling or negotiations
{i} long narrow tapering saw; two-person saw
A volatile market that can punish a trader who buys just before prices fall and then sells first before prices recover
{f} saw with a whipsaw; defeat in two ways at the same time
Slang for the condition of a highly volatile market in which a sharp price movement is quickly followed by a sharp reversal
saw with a whipsaw
a long narrow 2-handed saw
Term for where a trader takes a position, then has to move against it triggering stop loss limits and liquidation of positions, then having to move in the original direction Normally occurs in volatile markets
a handsaw intended for use by two people
Losing money on both sides of a price swing
A kind of narrow ripsaw, tapering from butt to point, with hook teeth and averaging from 5 to 7½ feet in length, used by one or two men
saw with a whipsaw victimize, especially in gambling or negotiations
whipsawed
In volatile price swings, the act of making losing trades as prices rise and fall Traders are whipsawed if they buy just before prices fall and sell just before prices rise Technicians also use this term to refer to misleading indicators in chart trends of a security or a market
whipsawed
losing potential profit by buying shares just before the price falls, or by selling them just before the price rises
whipsawed
Buying stocks just before prices fall and selling stocks just before prices rise in a volatile market often due to misleading signals
whipsawed
Buying stocks just before prices fall and selling stocks just before prices rise in a volatile market, often as the result of misleading signals
whipsawn
{s} cut with a whipsaw
whipsaws
plural of whipsaw
whipsaw