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Hammer

In candlestick charts, the representation of a trading day where a security trades significantly below its opening price for most of the day, but closes either above or close to the opening price. It is called a hammer because the candlestick representing the trading day looks somewhat like a hammer. It is not necessarily a bullish indicator, but a hammer may mean that the market is nearing a bottom.
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Given the technical nature of the program, Hamr is hoping to attract university science graduates.
The Hamr is 140 mm long and weighs 370 grams, or 420 grams if coupled to the Deltapoint.
Mark 4 HAMR The fifth and final scope in the extensive Mark 4 line is the High Accuracy Multi-Range Rifle-scope--HAMR for short.
9:15 pm: On the way to Nad Al Hamr, we stop to help a group of young men standing on the highway after their car suffered a blowout.
Around ten pre-production Hamr 16 units have been built thus far, with the weapon keeping around 60% commonality with the original Scar family design, although the Hamr 16 has an oversized (diameter) barrel to help with heat dissipation during continued use.
Mussallas: Bur Dubai Grand Mussalla, Deira Grand Mussalla, Umm Suqeim Grand Mussalla, Hatta Grand Mussalla, Al Awir Grand Mussalla, Taibah Mussalla, Nad Al Hamr Mussalla,
Hard disk drive innovations like HAMR will be a key enabler of the development of even more data-intense applications in the future, extending the ways businesses and consumers worldwide use, manage and store digital content.
DPP" will solve vulnerable residents in seven municipalities (Ralsko, Brni te, Hamr on the lake, Newspapers pod Ralskem, Velenice, RokytEi and Bohatice) .
An Emirati anti-narcotics lieutenant said the defendant was arrested at his residence in Nad Al Hamr.
The Mark 4 HAMR will attract most military and law enforcement end users since it addresses many complaints observed with current-issue combat optics.
The author assumes 169% growth in HDD capital spending from 2011 to 2016 driven by three factors: unit shipment increases of 167%, the introduction of new HDD technologies such as HAMR and the replacement and repair of equipment damaged in the 2011 Thailand floods.
A four crossings in the section of the new HAMR - Tisova u Nejdku ( technologically ) .