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A technical chart formation used to make market predictions by following the price movements of securities.

Pattern

The graphical representation on a chart of a trend in security prices. Technical analysts identify patterns for a security and predict future price movements in part by matching current patterns with previous patterns.

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Washington, Sep 7 (ANI): A preference for geometric patterns early in life could be a signature behavior in infants who are at-risk for autism, according to researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine.
Similarly, as the sun moves across the sky, the shadows cast by a web of rods suspended in the air would shift from one geometric pattern to another at different times during the day.
Mediterranean colors in floral and geometric patterns were a main theme at TIP, as seen at such companies as Prestigious Textiles and Curtina.
Christine Van Der Hurd debuted the handtufted Rhythm & Geometry collection, using soft, chalky colors in an array of geometric patterns.
NEW YORK-Missoni, well-known for colorful apparel featuring vibrant geometric patterns, has added a line of designer bath mats to its collections of upscale area rugs.
Spello features free-form geometric patterns that are modern and gentle.
Instead of making little more than crude work of belly flopping dives, elementary tumbles, and fencetop balancing, Streb's Line created vivid, moving pictures with bodies that sometimes formed geometric patterns and at other times piled up like collegiate pranksters.
I am not so convinced that Mondrian's fascination with the geometric patterns of the blind walls of partially demolished Parisian buildings, so frequently the point of departure for his 1913-14 canvases, partakes of the same theosophical impulse to see reality as an immense cyclical organism, but that is a minor issue: Blotkamp's major point here -- that, at first, Mondrian interpreted Cubism through some sort of neoplatonic lens -- is perfectly argued and helps understand the slow transformation that led the artist from Cubism to abstraction.
The majority of Royal Intercontinental's 40 new Tibetan rugs are contemporary geometric patterns.
Suppliers also continue to roll out traditional floral styles, like Momeni's Chinois Collection, geometric patterns as seen in AMS Imports' Hassera Checks, as well as out-of-the-ordinary designs like Bandana from Trans-Ocean.
In the historical heart of Chumash territory, it boasts both geometric patterns and highly stylized human and animal figures, all painted on the ceiling of a small but deeply recessed cave.
I am not so convinced that Mondrian's fascination with the geometric patterns of the blind walls of partially demolished Parisian buildings, so frequently the point of departure for his 1913-14 canvases, partakes of the same theosophical impulse to see reality as an immense cyclical organism, but that is a minor issue: Blotkamp's major point here - that, at first, Mondrian interpreted Cubism through some sort of neoplatonic lens - is perfectly argued and helps understand the slow transformation that led the artist from Cubism to abstraction.