Trendline

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Trendline

A technical chart line that depicts the past movement of a security and that is used in an attempt to help predict future price movements.

Trendline

In technical analysis, a line on a chart representing the price movements of a security. The direction of the line shows whether the security is advancing or declining. Technical analysts use trendlines and patterns within them to determine whether a security or the broader market is bullish or bearish.

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trendline
In technical analysis, a straight line or two parallel straight lines that indicate the direction in which a security has been moving, and, many chartists believe, the direction in which it will continue to move. When a security price breaks through a trendline, the beginning of a new trend is indicated.
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Trend lines are useless for detecting business incidents like these because it can take a lot of unusual data points to accumulate before the trend line significantly changes.
Now, however, this super strong, frequently tested downward trend line is at risk of being broken: 2.
The PSE Index has broken an upward trend line support recently.
All trend lines established for each phase was significantly correlated at P = 0.
Figure 1 is shown without a trend line included; this was done so that you can see the raw data without being influenced by my interpretation.
lt;strong>Trading the pattern: </strong>Traders should be watching the upper trend line of the pattern.
Trend lines for the elementary grade analyzed begin in 2004, and trend lines for middle school begin in 2003.
Trend lines mark these levels, with support acting as the "floor" and resistance as the "ceiling".