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    1. It is well to remember that all initial steps are hard, for the habits and rhythms of many years have to be offset

    2. " Zoomed in on the open bay with their helmets they could see that the bulge in the smooth hull offset to the starboard side was a housing for a ship-killer of some kind, probably a warspite torpedo

    3. His own home at the top of what was now the ‘old commercial space’ in his building, was lavish to be sure, but was offset by the responsibility of that business

    4. It would cost a bit to keep Chrissie somewhere decent – but they could probably offset the cost of her hospital fees against tax or something and at least it would keep that inconvenient mother of hers out of the picture

    5. Whatever pleasure he gained was moderated by a growing undercurrent of impatience, and whatever monies he won, when he won, was more than offset by the devastating impact that Mr Pinscher invariably had upon his larder

    6. “Why I could almost believe you took one of my sleeping pills to offset the diet pills,” she muttered aloud

    7. So, with a relish that somewhat offset his apprehension, he pulled out what he knew to be a cutting laser (he tested it on a dividing bulkhead during the journey) and set it working against the seal

    8. Choose a color that is a bit lighter than your regular foundation to offset the circles

    9. To put it another way, if we had levied this tax at the time of John the Baptist and collected it every year since – first in shekels, then in dollars – we would have 500 years to go before we could offset half of the debt added by Obama last year alone

    10. Everybody figured that sales of Dreyfus Fund shares would rise along with the stock market and more than offset the commissions

    11. Hamp said the guy took an electric wire, stretched it all the way around the Volkswagen, stripped the wires clean where it was across the wheels and offset the wire where it couldn‘t touch anything

    12. Although this highly sophisticated and financially prohibitive and ―impractical‖ venture may appear ‖implausible‖ to some, the reduction in stress-related travel, increased quality time, higher productivity at the workplace and the system‘s ameliorating impact on our environment (already) under enormous stress, not to mention our nation‘s increasing dependence on foreign sources of oil, may very well offset the cost(s) associated with this awesome undertaking

    13. Indirectly this was Hilderich’s way of coping with the problem in hand, partly to offset his mind and unburden it from the stress and the anxiety as well as what he had learned to consider generally counter-productive emotions

    14. They may think that they can offset the impact of their earlier residential restrictions that caused increased rents, more jobs, and greater in-commuting, by reducing job growth

    15. “Won’t it be the case, sooner or later, that by running deficits now, future generations will be forced to run surpluses to offset them?”

    16. Much lobbying expense is ‘defensive’ in nature, being undertaken to offset lobbying efforts of broadly defined competitors in the political arena

    17. theater help during the season to help offset the lack during the win-

    18. For him, the occasional shriek or scream was more than offset by a man’s blasphemy

    19. He flew in a private jet and to offset this pollution and the energy consumption in his three homes (fourteen thousand–plus square feet) he paid for carbon credits to a firm, it turned out, he partly owned!

    20. I changed into an enchanting ball gown my Mom had sent me: it was in rainbow colours of sunrise that beautifully offset my skin and hair

    21. The New Deal crisis came close to calling down overt political retaliation against the Court to offset its own overt political transgressions

    22. writer will suffer losses offset only by the value of the premium received when the option was first written

    23. Note: There are also offset pan connectors

    24. have a dry run at fitting this offset

    25. for the last time and glue the offset on at the

    26. The company was struggling because the costs of developing, packaging, advertising and distributing the product line were not yet being offset by anticipated revenues

    27. Of course any appreciation he might have shown could not offset my sacrifice, and he didn’t show any, anyway

    28. The passive income from the stock portfolio and real estate, which made up most of RHP Incorporated had to be offset with active income from outdoor advertising

    29. Each simulation in a group performed identical motions, offset a bit in time, position and angle

    30. “Up front, can you see anything up ahead yet?” Moshe shouted, loudly enough he hoped to offset the noise of the rain

    31. Since it was inboard, the loss of thrust didn't require much rudder offset to maintain a straight heading

    32. offset the noise of the rain

    33. variety, offset only by the new metallic staccato of shields being struck, having been raised to

    34. This day Lord Tregannon had chosen to wear a rich crimson tunic embroidered with gold leaves, which offset the simplicity of his hose, although even there Simon could tell the cloth was expensive and the stitching elegant

    35. But even that was offset when blubber boy--or the

    36. 8 billion more than the cost to offset the government programs

    37. their health insurance to offset the inadequate payments that Congress has

    38. peanut sauce swirled with palm sugar to offset the salty snap of

    39. In the short term a special fund had been set up by the Department of Finance to fund operations and the plan was to offset any costs against Jacobs’s assets until the complex structure of his business empire was analysed and then dealt with under the law

    40. degrees from the planet's axis of rotation and is offset from the center

    41. tially offset some of the negatives? Can supple-

    42. ily offset this strategy

    43. simultaneously, some of the effects may offset other in certain respects - the rates and results

    44. It is a book of darkness; you have to search for a book of light that can offset the effect of this spell!

    45. the noise from the television serving as a distraction to offset the

    46. offset the balance of that equation was

    47. Adding a weekly cheat day can offset this unwanted effect

    48. complexion with an aquiline nose and a well trimmed beard was offset by

    49. This ritual of having the ‘hair of the dog’ to offset the effects of hangovers was prevalent on Monday’s after the excesses of the weekend

    50. offset it with a positive one

    1. Mindfulness offsets the mind’s tendency toward negative thoughts and allows you to stay in touch with happiness while you are moving about in the world

    2. GDP growth and higher consumer spending offsets the higher risk

    3. increase in total costs exactly offsets the increase in revenue

    4. Being jostled in the offsets

    5. From self-regulation to built-in obsolescence to accelerated safety testing to cost savings through pollution offsets, we have witnessed a wiggly piggish haste to profit

    6. recoveries offsets and deductions, claim and

    7. The hairless body of the bodybuilder offsets this intimidating undertone

    8. sixty-five offsets of the first, sure and necessary as they

    9. Invest in a single share and if you struck it lucky the investment can multiply many times in a single year, and for some people with an appetite for danger that offsets the risk that the company could fold, taking every penny of the investor’s money with it

    10. Unlike, say, venture capital, with which the investor is seeking a pot of gold (albeit with some diversification so that the occasional winner offsets the losers), the chart is relevant to the large segment of any portfolio designed to create a rate of return for opportunistic capital

    11. As some offsets aren't full hours, this can give you an incorrect result

    12. They are provided as part of National Language Support (NLS), but these functions are covered in this section because this is where the formats and informats that provide for time zone offsets and support for UTC are detailed

    13. Allowing on the one hand for income tax and other offsets against these special profits but on the other hand for probable additional profits from the sale of securities by the manufacturing subsidiary, it seems likely that all or nearly all of the apparent improvement in earnings for 1928 was due to nonoperating items

    14. These sums would work out to a loss of about $35 per share of common before dilution offsets, or twice its then current market price

    15. Under law they are entitled to charge rates sufficiently remunerative to attract the capital they need for their continuous expansion, and this implies adequate offsets to inflated costs

    16. To the extent that the growth of accounts payable offsets the growth of accounts receivable, no additional capital is required

    17. Internal Revenue Code, in many situations where a company sells to an unrelated party assets used in the trade or business (whether they are current or fixed, from an accounting point of view) for less than the tax basis of those assets, the selling company will have realized a loss for tax purposes subject to offsets, namely, possible tax recapture of investment tax credits and accelerated depreciation

    18. This loss after offsets is usually treated under Section 1231 of the Internal Revenue Code as an ordinary loss, even though the assets are considered capital assets

    19. The mechanics of such a tax loss carryback transaction can be best explained by a relatively simple example that assumes there are no recapture offsets

    20. offsets the other (Seguin and Zelazo 2005)

    21. Every experienced trader is willing to accept several small losses if he can occasionally offset these with one big win that more than offsets the losses

    22. Above that call strike price, the stock keeps appreciating, but the covered call offsets all of that appreciation

    23. A hedge is used to limit losses and involves taking a position in one security that offsets a position in a related security

    24. The latter variable may suffer from cyclicality that offsets its predictive ability: fiscal deficits and debt tend to expand during recessions when low growth and low inflation keep bond yields low

    25. [1] In equilibrium (if investors are rational), the higher price today and the related higher valuation ratio just offsets growth stock’s advantage of faster expected earnings growth

    26. If investors are not fully rational, then maybe more than offsets: proponents of investor irrationality argue that hoped-for growth is overpriced

    27. Apparently, the average variance component offsets and conceals the market-timing ability of correlation, leaving stock market variance unable to predict market returns

    28. This also diminishes the total risk of the portfolio because in the case of a market breakdown, excess put options yield additional profit which offsets partially the losses incurred by short positions

    29. A long straddle or strangle that involves a simultaneous position in a long call and long put, is profitable if the increase in either option’s price more than offsets the decrease in the other option’s price

    30. The strangle gives them this luxury because they know that the other side of the strangle at least partially offsets their loss

    31. The cost of this option offsets some of the unrealized profit from his short position in the November VIX futures contract, but it also provides protection against a move higher in the November VIX futures contract

    32. 50 call offsets the value gained from the long position in the 20

    1. plastic washers that enable the offsetting of

    2. 4 million people had succeeded in acquiring large amounts of assets, but had offsetting liabilities to nullify their wealth positions

    3. They’ll take the necessary measures for offsetting the amount you want and normally say yes to your enquiry

    4. But: the offsetting balance to this raising of human populations out of complete slavery and oppression has, in the last two centuries, been the rape and pollution of the entire planet

    5. In most cases, excursions beyond support or resistance are usually short-lived, as they are quickly met by offsetting pressure that pushes the market back into the range

    6. This trader can add the half she already exited back to the trade; a stop-out at the initial stop point will now be only a half-sized loss because of the offsetting win on half the initial position

    7. There are also offsetting happy surprises to the upside, but it is very hard to develop an intuitive grasp of the contribution of randomness to our trading results

    8. In more mundane cases, a change to tax laws may impair the effectiveness of a hedge or an offsetting position

    9. Sure there is an offsetting long that can sell the futures/ETF’s, but who has the urgency here? Clearly the squeezed short

    10. What we apparently see with some regularity is two offsetting days on Monday and Tuesday of expiration week (turnaround Tuesday anyone?) followed by a pretty good chance of consistent strength for the remainder of the week

    11. The legacy portfolio is doing much better but that is because Trinity Mirror is holding up well and its runaway success is offsetting a lot of pain

    12. For most of us, offsetting one or two of the dangers is the best we can hope for

    13. While there may be no real mathematical difference between offsetting risks of loss by a higher income or by a chance for profit, the psychological difference is very important

    14. There is also the point, so far almost overlooked, that income bonds effect a substantial saving in corporation taxes as compared with preferred stocks, without important offsetting disadvantages

    15. Hence if a bond is both well secured and convertible into many shares at a low price, it will have an excellent chance for very large profit without being subject to the offsetting risk of greater loss through a speculative dip in the price of the stock

    16. A lower dividend return for a common stock should not ordinarily be considered as a strong offsetting factor, since the dividend is usually adjusted to the earning power within a reasonable time

    17. It may be objected that the large increase in bond interest rates since 1961 would justify some offsetting reduction in the coverage of charges required

    18. * But there are two offsetting factors, one of which is practically ignored and the other entirely so in optimistic markets

    19. These three factors—the amount of encumbrances, the operations, and the nature of the assets themselves—tend to be interrelated and may be offsetting

    20. Offsetting this somewhat is the likelihood that the insurance company knows that the more senior the issue and the shorter its maturity, the less the corporate analysis that needs or ought to be undertaken

    21. The risk would be that instead of someone kindly buying the offsetting puts after the market maker has bought the calls, more sellers of options appear

    22. Without the offsetting short put position, the market maker is therefore exposed to losses; he will lose money if the value of implied volatility falls below 24

    23. However, many derivative strategies require carrying an offsetting stock position to expiration, at which time the stock position is liquidated

    24. How does the exchange make this decision? The party who is assigned must be someone who has sold the option and has not closed out the position through an offsetting trade

    25. We initiated the spreads by either purchasing or selling options and then offsetting the option’s delta with an opposing delta position in the underlying contract

    26. This will have the effect of offsetting our downside net contract risk and reducing our negative vega while locking in some of the theoretical edge

    27. If some stocks in the index rise while others fall, the offsetting changes in stock prices may result in the index itself remaining unchanged, even though the price of every stock in the index may have changed

    28. Because at-the-money options are neutral with respect to kurtosis, a trader can achieve this by taking an offsetting vega position in at-the-money straddles

    29. Spread A long market position and an offsetting short market position usually, but not always, in contracts with the same underlying market

    30. Price increases add value to the business when they add to operating income, rather than just offsetting new expenses

    31. stock options dilution, offsetting

    32. Since the expiration of the front month would result in a large net delta exposure, exposure to the raw directional moves of the underlying stock, professionals will use a jelly roll to move the delta exposure from one month to another, offsetting the exposure in both months leaving no net delta exposure once the front month expires

    33. The potential for profit or loss is limited in this strategy because an offsetting Strangle is positioned around the two options that make up the option Strangle at the middle strike prices

    34. (ii) Various limits to arbitrage prevent rational arbitrageurs from fully offsetting the impact that such irrational investors have on market prices

    35. Here I just note the Pollet–Wilson (2008) finding that the weak empirical relation reflects two offsetting effects

    36. The modest returns of standard commodity indices such as the S&P GSCI in recent years—notably negative roll return offsetting most of the spot price gains in 2000s—have raised interest in more dynamic indices that try to enhance performance in various ways

    37. Here is a recap on option pricing using the replication argument: in the classic Black–Scholes–Merton (BSM) world [1] option traders can continuously delta-hedge the market-directional (delta) risk of their options by trading offsetting amounts of the underlying security, and thus create a synthetic risk-free asset

    38. Delta hedging involves offsetting a call option’s delta through dynamic stock trading in a way that eliminates directional exposure

    39. This finding may reflect the forward-looking nature of stock prices (they reflect cash flow news several quarters and years ahead) or the offsetting impact of changing required returns

    40. The empirical analysis discussed below can distinguish whether wide yield spreads tend to predict “offsetting” future changes in rates (or prices) or, instead, high near-term returns, but they leave the question of rationality open

    41. If it is not one (with future rate changes “offsetting” yield advantage), it must be the other (realized return advantage)

    42. Aggressive public-sector borrowing is partly offsetting private-sector de-leveraging

    43. If the portfolio consists of many long and short combinations, their mutual offsetting can distort the information about portfolio call-to-put ratio

    44. Uncovered (Naked) – An option position that does not have an offsetting position in the underlying stock

    45. The recommended strategy (writing naked puts) contains no such offsetting position, and the put is uncovered

    46. • Offsetting price movements

    47. However, the value of the other option will decrease, at least partially offsetting the increase in the first

    48. 60 put will decrease, thus offsetting, at least partially, the movement in the call

    49. While the option sold on the other side of a strangle will offset losses of an adverse move against the other, this offsetting effect is limited

    50. This “offsetting” effect of a strangle can create a more stable, less-volatile position for the investor

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