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  • n. Plural form of uptrend.

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Examples

  • The shares of both mining companies remain in long-term uptrends and are enjoying the gains made in the prices of gold and copper.

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  • Both tobacco stocks are in long-term uptrends, outperforming both Altria Group and the AMEX Tobacco Index TOB.

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  • What's more, a couple of these equities remain plagued by pessimism on Wall Street, which could actually translate into contrarian boons, and help the shares resume their longer-term uptrends.

    Forbes.com: News

  • This equates to just 7% of all NYSE issues being in long-term uptrends.

    MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

  • More NYSE stocks were in long-term uptrends on Friday/Monday vs. that of Aug. 8 as per the below chart, a mild positive.

    MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

  • That brings us to this point: we follow a trend following strategy - use the 200-day moving average to find areas with potential long-term uptrends while avoiding those with no firm trend in place.

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  • All three major equity indexes re-established the support of their short-term uptrends while volume relative to average daily volume remained flat on both the NYSE and Nasdaq exchanges.

    US Market Commentary from Seeking Alpha

  • However, even if the major indices fail to move back above their 50-day MAs today, the intermediate-term uptrends that have been in place for the past two months technically remain valid -- just as long as the "swing lows" from late December are not violated.

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  • Not to be left behind, 6-8 of the growth ETFs may also claim near-term uptrends by the end of the day,

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  • Obviously markets will be well off their lows when this evidence of at least medium-term uptrends is apparent.

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