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  • 1 whipsaw

    1. сущ.
    1) бирж. пила* (колебательное движение цены на рынке без какого-либо повышательного или понижательного тренда)

    The subsequent rally can only be described as a whipsaw. — Но последующее оживление привело исключительно к колебательным движениям цены.

    2) бирж.
    а) ложный [пустой\] сигнал* (начало повышения или понижения цены, которое кажется началом длительного процесса, но скоро оказывается просто колебательным движением цен)

    An investor expecting a continuation in the direction of a security's price movement is likely to experience whipsaw in a volatile market.

    б) (сделка, которая совершена на основании такого сигнала и является таким образом ошибочной)

    As you can see, the buy was a whipsaw (point F) and the position was liquidated for a small loss ar point G.

    2. как прил.
    фин. пилообразный*, ломанный*
    а) (о движении цены, которая то снижается, то повышается; о рынке с таким движением цены)

    The use of the reversal technique therefore helps to reduce misleading or whipsaw signals and to greatly compress the size of the chart so that more data can be plotted.

    You must be especially careful in a sideways market because too many whipsaw buy and sell signals often lose money during trading ranges.

    In a whipsaw market, being short a put and a call at the same strike price can be extremely painful.

    б) (о торговле в условиях, когда наблюдается пилообразное движении цены; обычно считается нежелательной торговлей, так как часто ведет к убыткам)

    Revolutionary whipsaw trading method shocks pros – and earns 100s of pips per week! — Революционный метод пилообразной торговли шокирует профессионалов и приносит сотни пипсов в неделю!

    This has been a volatile, whipsaw trading environment for many gold, and gold stock traders.

    If the bands are placed too close to the current price level, a large number of false breakouts (leading to whipsaw trades) will occur

    в) (об убытках, которые возникают из-за того, что инвестор начинает торговлю в расчете на повышательный или понижательный тренд, но сталкивается с пилообразным движением цены)

    whipsaw losses, losses from whipsaw trades — потери от пилообразного движения цены

    A need to wait to confirm that a substantial price movement has started so that losses from whipsaw trades are avoided.

    3. гл.
    1) фин. колебаться

    If prices don't meet investors' expectations, gold shares will whipsaw back down. — Если цены не оправдают ожидания инвесторов, акции золотодобывающих компаний через некоторый период колебаний спустятся назад.

    to be [get\] whipsawed — понести убытки из-за пилообразного движения цены

    What if the intraday price movement is choppy and volatile? That can "whipsaw" active traders and result in losses. — Но что если дневное движение цены является неустойчивым и постоянно колеблется? Это может "распилить" активных трейдеров и привести к убыткам.

    Being whipsawed is a way of saying that soon after entry, there develops an opposite trend direction signal as closing prices whip back and forth or above and below the moving average(s) in question.

    Although the option traders were correct about price movement, they were whipsawed by the market's changing estimate of volatility.

    When speculators are caught buying at the top in a market movement, they are said to be "whipsawed".

    On the other hand, no trader wants to leave good money on the table or get whipsawed. The latter occurs when you enter a trade, and it moves against you.

    The trader was whipsawed — losing on both sides of two successive and opposite transactions.

    Англо-русский экономический словарь > whipsaw

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