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Snowballing may refer to:


  • A situation in which the exercise of stop orders in a declining market or advancing market or specific share creates further downward or upward pressure, triggering more stop orders, magnifying the decline or advance
  • Debt-snowball method: A method of paying down credit card debt by paying the minimum on all balances, except the one with the highest interest rate


  • In social science research, snowball sampling, or "snowballing": a technique for developing a research sample



  • Snowballing (film), a 1984 film comedy directed by Charles E. Sellier Jr. about teenagers at a ski resort

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