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“Bill Clinton saw a mediocre field, jumped into the race and proved himself to be head-and-shoulders above the competition.”
“HEAD AND SHOULDERS Theory: Technical analysts warned stocks were in a head-and-shoulders pattern this summer, mimicking a human head and shoulders, which ends with stocks falling off the right shoulder.”
“Some chart watchers have been warning about a "rounded top," similar to a "head-and-shoulders" formation, both of which are characterized by progressively lower highs before the market takes a sharper turn down.”
“ROUNDED TOP Theory: Some analysts are warning of a 'rounded top,' in which a series of highs begins to peter out in a rounded arc shape, eventually falling off like the 'head-and-shoulders' pattern.”
“He is certainly head-and-shoulders above any Republican in Washington or Nevada, but that is not saying much.”
“In addition, a head-and-shoulders pattern, with the June high of 1131 as the right shoulder, was already confirmed in late June.”
“If it holds this time, a bearish "head-and-shoulders" pattern would be created.”
“First, there is the question of whether stocks are filling out a "head-and-shoulders" pattern, or an "island reversal.”
“If the S&P 500 falls below its June lows, it would complete the head-and-shoulders a high, a low, a higher high, a low, a lower high.”
“They both talk about the revival of one symbol of a bygone era: head-and-shoulders statues of Lenin.”
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