Long-Term Moving Average

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Long-Term Moving Average

The average price of a security over several weeks or months, calculated continuously. For instance, one may calculate a long-term moving average by adding the closing prices from each day for the past 52 weeks and dividing by the number of trading days considered. As with all moving averages, long-term moving averages may or may not be weighted. Moving averages help smooth out noise that may be present in a security's price on a given trading day. See also: Simple Moving Average, Exponential Moving Average.
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Furthermore, the security's recent weakness has left its long-term moving averages poised for a bearish cross.
While TER has recently seen a bounce in its price, it is still trading below all major intermediate- and long-term moving averages.
WMT is trading below its short-, intermediate-, and long-term moving averages, a negative sign from a technical perspective.
Currently, DTV is trading below its intermediate-term and long-term moving averages on both its weekly and monthly charts.
On both the daily and weekly charts, RIMM's short-term moving averages have recently completed bearish crosses of its long-term moving averages.
NFI has not closed a month below both of these long-term moving averages since July 2000.
On the up side, RIMM remains well above its intermediate-term and long-term moving averages and it caught short-term support at its 20-day trendline.
The shares are currently trading below their intermediate and long-term moving averages, a negative sign from a technical perspective.
The security is currently trading below its intermediate- and long-term moving averages, a negative sign from a technical perspective.
JBL is now trading above its major short-, intermediate-, and long-term moving averages, which is a positive sign from a technical perspective.
ITW is currently trading below its short-, intermediate-, and long-term moving averages, a negative sign from a technical perspective.
Currently, MACR is above its short-, intermediate-, and long-term moving averages.

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