sell signal

sell signal

An indication provided by a technical tool, such as a chart of a stock's price, that the stock should be sold. For example, the fall of a stock below its upward trendline is often interpreted as a sell signal. Compare buy signal.
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The indicator of ADX dynamics gave a sell signal on July 22.
These are the same buy and sell signal used by Ratner and Leal (1999) and various other researchers.
If your holdings are up, you may get the sell signal you need during the normal course of a company's events.
The indicator based on ADX dynamics gave a sell signal on July 18.
Under VMA rule, each day (t) is considered as either a buy or sell signal (see formula 2).
According to Schaeffer's contrarian philosophy, the average analyst rating for PEP is producing a SELL signal.
The indicator of ADX dynamics repeated a sell signal on July 11.
The indicator based on ADX dynamics gave a buy signal on April 19; a sell signal is possible in the near term.
A stronger US currency makes dollar-denominated commodities more expensive for non-US firms; a relationship used by funds to generate buy and sell signals for short-term trading.
In addition, the SEC charged that not only did F-Squared use an algorithm of buy and sell signals that had not been in existence previously but also the buy and sell signals predated the ETF price changes that caused the change in the signals.
com introduces trend following buy and sell signals on three new indexes, the DB Commodity, London Gold and U.