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Subject: Re: Market trends Date: 9/28/2008 7:03 PM
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Welcome, Paul!

I like the idea of a "Market trends" page with all the related terminology. Eventually, the community will follow your lead and build out each term ("Primary trend", "Correction", etc.)

One line I was confused on (a quick Internet search didn't help me):

For example, if during an overall Bull market, there is a sudden drop in the market, the secondary trend is bullish in nature.

Is it bullish in nature or bearish in nature?

Thanks for Flossing, Paul!

-A
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