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Price Momentum

The performance of a stock relative to its industry or the performance of an industry relative to the market as a whole. A stock (or industry) that outperforms its industry (or market) for a given period of time is seen as a bullish sign for that stock (or industry). The concept is also called relative strength.

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A CHILDREN'S football team has gone from strength to strength thanks to two police officers.
Since its launch at the Urdd National Eisteddfod in Carmarthen two years ago, the Cook Bus, which is financed by the Welsh Assembly Government, has gone from strength to strength added Mr Newbury.
Mr Keaney tells us that since the hunting ban came into force "hunts have gone from strength to strength"; however, he goes on to say that repeal of the act is inevitable, with rural communities "quietly and resolutely working to that end".
To political observers it might have seemed that over the past few years my career had gone from strength to strength.
Mission Foods was established in the UK in September 1999 and since then the company has gone from strength to strength, currently employing over 250 staff and exporting to more than 30 countries across Europe and the Middle East.
"Ever since, we have gone from strength to strength. We would really love him to come to see us play." Pals say Dalglish is honoured by the move.
During the course of of the year these dancers, and others, have gone from strength to strength. The company has given first-rate performances of masterpieces from the international repertoire as well as exciting premieres.