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Divergence

When two or more averages or indexes fail to show confirming trends.

Divergence

In technical analysis, a situation in which two indicators move in opposite directions. For example, stock prices may decline while bond prices may increase. This can be either a bullish or a bearish indicator, depending on the nature of the divergence. Technical analysts use any number of related indicators to attempt to observe divergence and make investment decisions accordingly. See also: MACD.
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The DIVERGE data will help guide our development and registration strategy to deliver to the market the first drug-eluting stent specifically designed for bifurcation lesions," said Paul Buckman, CEO of Devax.
Diverge won first place in the Corporate Identity category -- beating agencies and companies of all sizes in Texas' only statewide public relations awards program.
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Current treatment practice will continue to diverge from international guidelines, with the most important change being the increased use of long-acting bronchodilators in mild COPD.
This is a significant departure from commercial Linux vendors that dictate feature sets and release schedules, resulting in platforms that diverge significantly from the Open Source community.
The book has--in this reviewer's opinion--three weaknesses: One: At times, Callahan diverges from the crux of the topic through considerable efforts to contextualize his major points.