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Divergence

When two or more averages or indexes fail to show confirming trends.

Divergence

In technical analysis, a situation in which two indicators move in opposite directions. For example, stock prices may decline while bond prices may increase. This can be either a bullish or a bearish indicator, depending on the nature of the divergence. Technical analysts use any number of related indicators to attempt to observe divergence and make investment decisions accordingly. See also: MACD.
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But, comparing the statistical results of the four parts with each other, the highest coefficient of correlation and the minimum RMSE along with the smallest value of standard deviation were found in the diverge area.
That length of the M8/A8 Edinburgh - Greenock Trunk Road, being the newly constructed carriageway between its diverge from the circulatory carriageway of the Chapelhall Junction north roundabout to where it meets the circulatory carriageway Chapelhall Junction south roundabout a distance of 130 metres or thereby.
Or is it the outcome of a new theological concept which diverges from the age-old theology of priesthood and Eucharist?
That length of the M8/A8 Edinburgh - Greenock Trunk Road, being the newly constructed northbound carriageway from its diverge from the circulatory carriageway of the Bo'ness Road south roundabout generally northwards to where it meets the circulatory carriageway Chapelhall Junction south roundabout a distance of 230 metres or thereby.
Bartolini's characteristic delicacy applies not only to the physical character of the material, but also to the suppleness of the action, deliberately nonideological and nonpolitical yet always tending to diverge from its own norm or violate its internal logic.
Despite these misfires, what Newkirk aspires to is challenging and worthwhile, and if he can trust the referential possibilities (and limits) of his materials, exploring how personal concerns intersect with, and diverge from, sites of societal conflict, he may pr oduce something intellectually and visually unsettling.
The ways in which they diverge from replicating Goya, if not the point of the work, is certainly of interest.
The researchers' analysis of bat DNA suggests that the subspecies are beginning to diverge.
The rodent's unusually high mutation rate has made its DNA diverge more from people's than the dog's DNA has, he explains.
Here's hoping she diverges from any more fashion disasters.
The book has--in this reviewer's opinion--three weaknesses: One: At times, Callahan diverges from the crux of the topic through considerable efforts to contextualize his major points.
The government-directed, Manhattan Project-style program diverges from the historic pattern of technological breakthroughs.