Long-Term Trend

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Long-Term Trend

Any price movement that occurs over a significant period of time, often over one year or several years. Long-term trends are difficult to predict and they are often interrupted by brief movements against the trend. For example, the dot-com bubble of the 1990s resulted in consistently high growth on the NASDAQ average, but this did not mean that NASDAQ rose every single day or even every week. See also: Secular market.
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Based on the time series ending on 30 September 2017: The gap between the credit-to-GDP ratio and its long term trend (credit-to-GDP gap) based on the broad credit definition is -46,5% The gap between the credit-to-GDP ratio and its long term trend (credit-to-GDP gap) based on the narrow (bank) credit definition is -49,3%.
While Apple (AAPL) order cuts could be a headwind in the near term, the long term trend for Apple to shift from LCD to OLED is unchanged, Deutsche Bank analyst Sidney Ho tells investors in a research note.
It is part of a long term trend, there is no pause in global warming."
2004-2009 the long term trend was overwhelmed by short terms market influences and the total numbers rose.
Re-advertisement rates for secondary schools have risen by 1% this year to 26%, but remain below their long term trend.
National figures show falls for five months in a row, reversing the long term trend of increase, said a Department of Health report yesterday.
The long term trend through 1999 is expected to result in an annual compound growth rate of 1%.
While the southern extent of the Sahara in 1990 reached 130 km further south than in 1980, that difference does not reflect a long term trend but rather a difference in the year-to-year rainfall, Tucker says.
The long term trend remains down and I expect a resumption of that trend.
"Bigger picture, there are 5 waves down from that .6090, suggesting that the long term trend remains down.
New Zealand Dollar / US Dollar Bigger picture, there are 5 waves down from that .6090, suggesting that the long term trend remains down.
Summary: Bigger picture, there are 5 waves down from that .6090, suggesting that the long term trend remains down.

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