|A type of chart that consists of four signiﬁcant points: the high and the low prices, which form the vertical bar; the opening price, which is marked with a little horizontal line to the left of the bar; and the closing price, which is marked with a little horizontal line of the right of the bar.
A form of charting connecting prices ﬁltered by a minimum increment; similar to point and ﬁgure ...
A momentum reversal is when the momentum indicator reverses from bullish to bearish or from bearish ...
When a momentum indicator is negative. In a two-line indicator, the fast line is below the ...
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