stop-loss

stop-loss
1. The retention of data in any form, usually for the purpose of orderly retrieval and documentation. 2. A device consisting of electronic, electrostatic, electrical, hardware, or other elements into which data may be entered, and from wPresidential authority under Title 10 US Code 12305 to suspend laws relating to promotion, retirement, or separation of any member of the Armed Forces determined essential to the national security of the United States (“laws relating to promotion” broadly includes, among others, grade tables, current general or flag officer authorizations, and E8 and 9 limits). This authority may be exercised by the President only if Reservists are serving on active duty under Title 10 authorities for Presidential Reserve Callup Authority, partial mobilization, or full mobilization. See also mobilization; partial mobilization; Presidential Reserve Callup Authority.

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  • stop-loss — UK US noun [C] (also stop order) FINANCE, STOCK MARKET ► an instruction to a broker to sell shares if they go down to a particular price: »With each share you pick, you should also set a stop loss. »Hold the shares for now, but set a stop loss… …   Financial and business terms

  • stop-loss — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ adjective Etymology: stop (I) + loss : designed to prevent further loss * * * /stop laws , los /, adj. designed or planned to prevent continued loss, as a customer s order to a broker to sell a stock if its price declines to a specific …   Useful english dictionary

  • Stop-Loss — Der Begriff Stop Loss oder Stop Loss (dt. ungefähr „Verlustvermeidung“) hat mehrere Bedeutungen. für die umstrittene Richtlinie der Streitkräfte der Vereinigten Staaten siehe Stop Loss (Richtlinie) für den danach benannten Film siehe Stop Loss… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Stop-loss policy — Stop loss is a term primarily used in the United States military. In the U.S. military, it is the involuntary extension of a service member s active duty service under the enlistment contract in order to retain them beyond their initial end of… …   Wikipedia

  • Stop Loss (Richtlinie) — Stop Loss (englisch für „Ausfallvermeidung“) ist die Bezeichnung für eine Dienstzeitverlängerung eines Soldaten in den US Streitkräften. Durch entsprechende Festlegungen im Anwerbungsvertrag behält sich das Verteidigungsministerium einen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • stop-loss order — stop loss .order n technical an arrangement in which the person who buys and sells ↑stocks for you agrees to buy or sell them when they reach a particular price …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • stop-loss — /stop laws , los /, adj. designed or planned to prevent continued loss, as a customer s order to a broker to sell a stock if its price declines to a specific amount. [1900 05] * * * …   Universalium

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