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  • n. Plural form of downtrend.

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Examples

  • On the report, several regional banks reversed long-term downtrends and pushed higher.

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  • Risk assets will remain in their long term downtrends that began in the summer of 2008.

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  • The directional bias on USD/CAD continues to be bearish in line with the prevailing long-term, medium-term, and short-term downtrends in the pair.

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  • The longer term downtrends in the Yen crosses may have resumed.

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  • That leaves things in short term downtrends for the most part

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  • With the major indices already in confirmed, near-term downtrends, we're now starting to monitor more of the inversely correlated "short" ETFs for potential buy entry.

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  • Nevertheless, astute traders will keep the long-term downtrends in the back of their minds, as it will help them to remain alert and respectful of risk on the long side.

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  • He is correct that if the AGW assumed uptrend is real short term downtrends are also possible, he overestimated the confidence interval and conveniently fails to mention that our current trend may also continue downward.

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  • When charts establish downtrends as momentous and definitive as those of State Street Corp. 's Financial Select Sector SPDR exchange-traded fund, or for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, technicians expect the trend to end with a "consolidation phase."

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  • IPOs with strong fundamentals that stay above the magic $10 level during downtrends have a history of rebounding and producing much bigger gains than their sub-$10 cohorts.

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