Fulcrum Point

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Fulcrum Point

In technical analysis, a chart's representation of the top or bottom price for a security or index. For example, if Stock A has been on a bearish trend for a long time and later begins to climb again, the fulcrum point is the lowest point on the chart. Likewise, if Stock B has been bullish and begins to decline, the fulcrum point is the highest point on the chart.
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