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“The moving-average labels on both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Standard & Poor's 500-stock index charts were reversed on the Market Data page on Monday.”
“Particularly on a technical basis, short-sellers may be rewarded with recent moving-average support being broken in the market," added Mr. Lancz.”
“The weekly Dow Jones Industrial Average chart in the Money & Investing section Monday incorrectly labeled the moving-average fever lines.”
“The cumulative number of species in studies related to population viability and extinction (log10 scale, solid line), and a five-year moving-average of the number MVP-related peer-reviewed and unpublished literature sources (dotted line).”
“Despite this resistance, the index continues to trade above its longer-term 20-month moving-average support at the 1,227 level.”
“Each regression is estimated with the same specifications: a one-period lag on the independent variable since, in order to avoid exaggerating the result, this was the lag in which the coefficient was uniformly highest for the conflictual cases and a first-order moving-average correction for autocorrelation.”
“The equation has a first-order moving-average correction for serial correlation.”
“The major moving-average levels for the benchmark US indices, the BRIC countries and South Africa (where I am based in Cape Town when not traveling) are given in the table below.”
“This paper analyzes the ability of both economic variables and moving-average rules to forecast the monthly U.S. equity premium using out-of-sample tests for 1960-2008.”
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