Ultimately, expected upside is based on estimates and educated guesses. In the initial stages of building, the hull was upside down. Of the respondents who said they could reclaim their home's value in a sale, 84 percent were white; only 6 percent of black respondents and 6 percent of Hispanic respondents were not upside down in their mortgages. However, the Ambimatic has been almost completely taken down it was available on Ambigram. The earliest known published reference to the term ambigram was by , who attributed the origin of the word to conversations among a small group of friends during 1983—1984. She was certified as a life and weight-loss coach and master practitioner of neuro-linguistic programming in 2011.
Analysts commonly use either or techniques to predict the future price of an investment, particularly stock prices. Higher-risk investments generally have more upside; low-risk generally have less upside and are thus primarily concerned with preserving the value of the original investment. Recent Examples on the Web: Noun Waymo was asking Ford to take a big risk on the front-end, but the carmaker wouldn't have shared much of the upside if Waymo was successful. Langdon and Kim are probably the two artists who have been most responsible for the popularization of ambigrams. Mirror-image A design that can be read when reflected in a mirror, usually as the same word or phrase both ways.
Owners who plan to live in their home for a longer period of time and have the ability to weather the real estate market conditions can wait for the value of their home to rise again. A natural mirror-image ambigram consisting of numerical digits. Archived from on 8 July 2012. The magnitude of the upside move will depend primarily on the risk associated with that investment. In 1977, only the single 1975 prototype existed. Robert Petrick, who designed the invertible logo in 1976, was also an early influence on ambigrams.
See the article for a discussion of letter symmetry. In some cases, a borrower can approach his lender for a short sale, in which the lender agrees to take a lower amount in order to competitively market the home for sale with a real estate agent. A three- or four-month trial period at the beginning of the program ensures that the borrower can make his new mortgage payments; after the trial period, the lender permanently modifies the mortgage. Fractal A version of space-filling ambigrams where the tiled word branches from itself and then shrinks in a manner, forming a. In music, the have used ambigrams several times, including on their albums and. The lender reduces interest up to 2 percent and may forgive a portion of the principal loan balance, potentially creating a positive equity situation and lowering monthly payments.
Upside refers to the potential increase in value, measured in monetary or percentage terms, of an investment. Whenever he emptied a bottle, he would turn it upside down and shake it. A number of books suggest methods for creation including WordPlay and Eye Twisters. Figure-ground A design in which the spaces between the letters of one word form another word. This article needs additional citations for. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
Archived from on 3 February 2006. In the first series of the British show , the show's host and creator uses cards with rotational ambigrams. Upside also plays a part in short selling. Archived from on 1 July 2012. Ambigrams usually fall into one of several categories: 3-Dimensional A design where an object is presented that will appear to read several letters or words when viewed from different angles. Effects An upside-down mortgage can have dangerous consequences when a homeowner needs to sell but does not have the ability to bring cash to the table at sale time to make up for the deficit in equity. For many mutual funds, the investment objective is to outperform a specific benchmark, such as the.
Chiquito's cage hung in the porch, and Chiquito was hanging in it upside down. The upside capture ratio indicates how much upside the mutual fund captures when compared to the benchmark. Almost 25 percent of respondents who were upside down in their mortgages were under 30 years old, and 64 percent had children under 18 living at home. When a lender refuses a short sale, or if a struggling homeowner is unsuccessful in a short sale, foreclosure is often a result. As a result, homeowners who put little down or bought homes in areas worst affected by the crisis found themselves in an upside-down mortgage--where a home's value is less than the amount owed--creating a negative equity situation for millions of households almost overnight. Through the program, the homeowner's lender forgives 10 percent or more of the home's principal loan balance.
Inversions: Catalogue of Calligraphic Cartwheels. Age, income and race were all factors. . Brown used the name Robert Langdon for the hero in his novels as an homage to John Langdon. They bury their dead with their heads directly downward, because they hold an opinion, that in eleven thousand moons they are all to rise again; in which period the earth which they conceive to be flat will turn upside down, and by this means they shall, at their resurrection, be found ready standing on their feet. The size of the upside, of course, varies with the -- and with the risk associated with that investment.
Such designs can be generated using. The mirror ambigram logo was first used in 1975. Some ambigrams feature a relationship between their and their content. To qualify, the homeowner must be paying more than 31 percent of his gross income in mortgage payments for his primary residence; the residence can have from one to four units. Then I found I was reading it upside down and that I was only normal. After they are thoroughly dry place them upside down on a bench. The burglars turned the house upside down.
The plate was lying upside down on the floor. Upside refers to the predicted appreciation in the value of an investment and is the opposite of. Of particular interest is the fact that all four of the people submitting ambigrams believed them to be a rare property of particular words. Significance An upside-mortgage is only detrimental to a homeowner who cannot afford payments or has an immediate need to move. A , for example, occurs when a stock price trades above a recent price trend. Computerized methods to automatically create ambigrams have been developed.