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Tide

In technical analysis, an informal term for a security's performance over a long period of time, usually over a year or more. Analysts look for cyclical behavior in a security to interpret the tide properly; that is, if a long-term bull market is observed with a bad trading day in a certain week, an analyst might view the short-term trend as moderately bearish without detracting from the long-term bullish tide. The term was coined by Robert Rhea. See also: Ripple, Wave.
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As a modification of Wood's original idea linking astronomy and the Titanic, we suggest that perigean spring tides during each of those three months--especially the period near the extreme lunar perigee on January 4th--could have helped to refloat icebergs.
The number of birds specializing on ebb (n = 11, spring tides and n = 6, neap tides) and flood tides (n = 6, spring tides and n = 8, neap tides) [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 4 OMITTED] did not change significantly between the spring and neap tide series ([X.
Then at some time between 5,800 and 4,600 years ago there came a moment when even the lowest of the low spring tides failed to reveal any dry land and the tidal strait as we know it today was first formed.
Bob Warwick, of RNLI New Brighton, said: "A spring tide of 10m at high water made this more challenging than usual.
Founded by industry veterans from both the IP networking and telecommunications industry, the company has attracted talent from leading telecom companies and high-growth startups that are building equipment for the next generation network, including Bay Networks/Nortel, Cabletron, Excel Switching (Lucent), Lucent Technologies, NMS Communications, Pingtel, Priority Call Management, Redback Networks, Spring Tide Networks, Stratus Computer, and Unisphere Networks.
He said: "When we have a spring tide, the rate the tide comes in increases and so does the volume of water.
In its first reporting of shipments and revenues to analysts, Spring Tide Networks, a leading developer of carrier-class IP Services switching equipment, garnered a 29 percent market share for total units shipped in the second quarter of 2000, according to Infonetics Research's "Service Provider Edge and Core Hardware: Quarterly Worldwide Market Share and Forecasts 2000" report.
A strong southerly gale and a high spring tide could cause the wall to give way and allow the sea to flood large parts of the town.
The sea and the weather seemed perfect for fishing during the day, but come the start of the match, the spring tide came with some force, making many places unfishable.
The Spring tide that flooded Ireland in the last General Election all but drained away last night.
Central to the Omniplex network will be Lucent's Internet protocol-based PathStar(TM) Access Server, CBX 500(TM) Multiservice Wide Area Network (WAN) switch, Stinger(TM) digital subscriber line (DSL) Access Concentrator, CellPipe(TM) integrated access device (IAD), Navis Network Management system, Access Point 1000(TM) router and Spring Tide Networks IP Service Switch 5000.
I am only able to conclude that it'll only take "a few extra inches" of rain for the same thing to happen next time a high spring tide coincides with low pressure and heavy rain.