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- noun A downward trend; a downturn.
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- noun Any gradual movement towards a
lowerstate or value.
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The short term downtrend in the A/D line in red was overcome with Thursday's upward explosion which was a positive sign.
Asked whether the dollar 's broad downtrend is something Japan can' t fight on its own, Mr. Noda said: "That is why we need to think very hard about what policy cooperation is possible at international meetings such as the Group of Seven and the Group of 20."
" We think this counter trend rally in the greenback is very close to ending, and that a resumption of the longer-term downtrend is quickly approaching, " said Mark Arbeter , chief technical strategist at S & P.
"Getting above the lower levels is needed to break a short-term downtrend," Mr. Roth said, "and getting above the upper levels is needed to imply a new base may be forming."
After being overweight in the metal for years, based on strong convictions about the long-term downtrend in the dollar, I reduced our holdings based on short-term considerations.
With a Schaeffer's Equity Scorecard rating of 4.5, little short interest, overwhelming support from Wall Street, and an intermediate-term downtrend still in place, I'm not wild about this large cap's chances in the near term.
The equity has been in a long-term downtrend, ushered lower by its declining 10-week moving average.
The RS shows a long-term downtrend (line b), and for the most part, it has stayed below its declining weighted moving average (WMA)
The daily RS analysis bottomed out during the spring, lines d and e, and completed the bottom in May when the long-term downtrend, line c, was overcome
The weekly RS line started forming lower lows in 2010, and another new short-term downtrend began in early March line 1