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"Particularly on a technical basis, shortsellers may be rewarded with recent movingaverage support being broken in the market," added Mr. Lancz.
More Bears Descend on Nasdaq Alejandro J. Martinez 2011

The movingaverage labels on both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Standard & Poor's 500stock index charts were reversed on the Market Data page on Monday.

The weekly Dow Jones Industrial Average chart in the Money & Investing section Monday incorrectly labeled the movingaverage fever lines.

The cumulative number of species in studies related to population viability and extinction (log10 scale, solid line), and a fiveyear movingaverage of the number MVPrelated peerreviewed and unpublished literature sources (dotted line).

Despite this resistance, the index continues to trade above its longerterm 20month movingaverage support at the 1,227 level.
Pessimism Augurs Well For Stocks Chris Johnson 2006

Each regression is estimated with the same specifications: a oneperiod 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 firstorder movingaverage correction for autocorrelation.
FAT and MEAN DAVID M. GORDON 2003

The equation has a firstorder movingaverage correction for serial correlation.
FAT and MEAN DAVID M. GORDON 2003

The equation has a firstorder movingaverage correction for serial correlation.
FAT and MEAN DAVID M. GORDON 2003

The equation has a firstorder movingaverage correction for serial correlation.
FAT and MEAN DAVID M. GORDON 2003

The equation has a firstorder movingaverage correction for serial correlation.
FAT and MEAN DAVID M. GORDON 2003
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