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Rectangle

In technical analysis, a situation in which the price of a security stays within a fairly narrow band. It is called a rectangle because the resistance price and the support price, when drawn as lines, look vaguely like a rectangle.

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rectangle
In technical analysis, a chart pattern in which the price of a security bounces back and forth between two horizontal lines. Because a rectangle is thought to occur when stock is being distributed or accumulated by knowledgeable investors, a major price movement is expected once the stock breaks out of the rectangle formation.
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4 To make the edges neat, fold over a quarter inch of fabric on one of the long edges of each rectangle, then sew a straight stitch along it, as close to the rough edge as possible.
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