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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Bayer and Trendlines, an Israeli innovation commercialization company, announced today a partnership to invest in agricultural technologies through the establishment of the Bayer Trendlines Ag Innovation Fund.
Trendlines hopes to boost its ranking to "the fifth or sixth largest player in RTA," according to Dick Patch, Trendline's vice president of sales and marketing.
50-27 region, with its 10-day and 20-day trendlines attempting to offer up some support in the interim.
Using trendlines like this can result in a low risk trading opportunity by using a fairly tight protective sell stop placed below the trendline.
Finally, I want to point out that AAPL's 10-day and 20-day trendlines are headed toward a bearish cross.
Since July 2001, the equity has finished beneath its 10-month and 20-month trendlines a mere five times.
What's more, the stock has benefited from the steadfast support of its 10-month and 20-month trendlines, which FDX has logged only two monthly closes below since November 2001.
Since the beginning of the year, DIS has suffered only three weekly closes below both of these trendlines.
On the positive side, these trendlines have guided the stock higher since May 2004.
There are two other trendlines to keep your eye on, SINA's 10-month and 50-month.
What's more, DJO has enjoyed the tandem support of its 10-month and 20-month trendlines since April 2003.
The shares are off more than two percent today on the news, and have pulled their 10-day and 20-day trendlines into a bearish cross.