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  • n. The branch of statistics that deals with stochastic systems

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  • Short term stochastics are looking to favour a move lower, so care must be taken whilst below 122.80.

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  • It is also oversold on short-term stochastics and approaching the

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  • The short and longer term stochastics do still point lower and therefore a break of 1.4815 this morning would make the market weaker with 1.4785/70 then the short term objective.

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  • The Nasdaq shows the sharp advance in long term stochastics as the index toys with weekly support around 1,759.

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  • The indicators I read are somewhat mixed with the exception of what you point out and slow stochastics, which is higher than this past January and signaling a change of direction.

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  • I wanted to talk about stock-market moving averages, Bollinger Bands, stochastics, waves and so on.

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  • So neither can we appeal to the stochastics laws in physics …

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  • But that is not the question , the question is the one of the relevance of stochastics in the general case of a compressible N-S flow .

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  • Using stochastics, the stock is in oversold territory below 20.

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  • It seems to derive from the rather woolly notion that there is some kind of “force out there”, some aspect of kismet that collapses the baffling cumulative stochastics of a nearly infintely complex universe into projected patterns of intent and purpose.

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