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This method assumes that market tops are typically identified by a rapid price increase (when everyone expects prices to go higher) and that market bottoms typically end with rapid price declines (when everyone wants to get out).
It added that foreign fund flows seemed to be lagging indicators of market bottoms.
Historically, a flatter smile has been associated with market bottoms and suggests a higher probability of a market upturn.
October 19, 1987: The UK stock market bottoms out after shares on Wall Street plummet after a wave of panic selling.
1987: The UK stock market bottoms out after shares on Wall Street, above, plummet following a wave of panic selling.
But as we all know, falling prices are only bad for sellers, for buyers they present an opportunity, and if you can get in just as a market bottoms or slightly before, you can be in for some good gains, especially if a market has a v-shaped recovery.
Additionally, the company's brand new plant located in Kunshan City, eastern China, will also serve as the driver of its business performance, which the company opines will be significant especially at a time when China's realty market bottoms out.
Calling market tops and market bottoms can be very painful and often<br /> times wrong than right.
Punters get wind of an injured or unwell player and the market bottoms out.
stock market bottoms, with the exception of 1932's, there was a significant recovery that tended to flatten out so that three years later the cumulative stock market gain from each bust converged at more than 60%.