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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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Pals say Nigella started to meet for regular heart-to-hearts with Spooks actor Paul Rhys - and found him a "tower of strength".
And he has been a tower of strength to his family, thinking of them even as he went into an operating theatre for major heart surger y.
He was the tower of strength which kept the clubs toeing the line.
White, who started his career at Boro, has been a tower of strength alongside skipper Ian Miller at the centre of a back four which is a more compact and organised unit than that which started the season, Miller being the only survivor.
Terry has been a tower of strength at the back while Lovey always gave 100 per cent."
Tower of Strength - this striking image of Brent Cockbain being hoisted aloft in front of the Leaning Tower of Pisa gives a sneak preview of what's expected to be the hottest-selling calendar in Welsh shops this Christmas.
Current single Breath Me In shined with as much grandiose brilliance as the classic Severina, with the uplifting Deliverance and the fans' ode Tower Of Strength proving to be a couple of highlights among many, confirming that this was a triumphant return to form.
He has been a tower of strength in the Liverpool defence.
Harriers will have to shuffle their defensive ranks after on-loan Adrian Viveash, a tower of strength alongside Wayne Hatswell, returned to Swindon Town.
MY best pal MSP Carolyn Leckie has been a tower of strength for me recently.
Barry says that Debbie, 33, is his tower of strength. The pair first met at school, but lost touch.
He said: "Some years back when were in the middle of the `Save our Brough' campaign and things didn't look too good for Newcastle track, Ian was a tower of strength. I think that he was one of the main influences in that campaign and I gave him Pond Ophelia as a `thank you' present for all the hard work that he had put in.