Swing High

Swing High

On a chart, a peak in an indicator or price. Swinging high may indicate that a trend is nearing reversal; on the other hand, swinging high at successively higher levels may be a bullish indicator. See also: Swing Low
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As price moves off of any swing high or low in the S&P 500 index on the hourly chart to a minimum of 1.
The production also has moments of pure grace, such as Gilda's "Caro Nome," blithely sung by Irina Lungu from a swing high above the stage.
199 swing high and are set up to challenge the 9 Aug swing high at 3.
We must not forget that without the public, there would be no banks, bankers or the chance to swing high in the money stakes.
IF YOU want to swing high in the playground of love, you have to swing Lo first.
You've all seen the spectacular scaffolding scene in which the cast swing high above the stage on steeplejack harnesses, beating the hell out of all manner of street paraphernalia.
It all began with the season's biggest blockbuster, ``Spider-Man,'' a comic book movie with no pretensions to profundity, but just enough feeling and sense of kinetic fun to swing high above the superhero movie standard.
The one devoted to Tsvetaeva ends on the words "Hurokka megkotom a horizontot, / S follendulok tehozzad, Istenem" (And I tie the horizon into a loop / And I swing high up to you, my Lord).
From the trading perspective, there is a distinct possibility that the chips will lead what Spear expects to be the final leg of the 2003-2004 rally and they tend to be able to rally 15-20% from swing low to swing high.
STARRING: Fred Astaire (Funny Face, Royal Wedding), Paulette Goddard (Modern Times, The Women), Artie Shaw (1940s big band leader with appearances in several films), Charles Butterworth (Love Me Tonight, Swing High, Swing Low), and Burgess Meredith (Man on the Eiffel Tower, Rocky).