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  1. I wrote at the beginning that we oscillate.
  2. It is well known by traders that the VIX has a strong tendency to oscillate.
  3. After extensive study, the scientist made this finding: prices oscillate above and below value.
  4. Just as prices oscillate between uptrends and downtrends, they oscillate between periods of low and high volatility.
  5. It is made up of two lines that oscillate between a vertical scale of 0 to 100: one is the main line and the other is its moving average.

  6. Brands always have a better ability to make a comeback because quite often fashions come and go and stocks with brands can oscillate accordingly.
  7. This experiment provided scientists undeniable evidence that chemical reactions could oscillate and are not halted by equilibrium thermodynamic behavior.
  8. When the bands have only a slight slope and print approximately parallel for an extended time, the price will generally be found to oscillate between the bands as though in a channel.
  9. Accordingly, the price of the senior issue should oscillate over a relatively narrow range while the common stock is advancing and while successive blocks of bonds are being converted.
  10. How is it that our human auras vibrate and oscillate; just like the Aura of the Sun? Is this why we humans began making bells? History and Science are full of undiscovered connections.
  11. As with all trend lines, there is no magic here; it works because markets tend to oscillate within certain volatility levels that can be geometrically defined by the previous movements of that market.
  12. All that appears evil really makes one's heart more joyful; only understand that a man who has started on that path will have to choose, and it sometimes happens that God's side and the Devil's weigh so equally that the scales oscillate, and it is then that the great choice has to be made.
  13. The second actuation happens when the value is subjective, that is, the system generates income that guarantees the usufruct of the total wealth of a country for any citizen or person, without generating inflation independently that the prices oscillate according to law of the supply and demand.
  14. Although, it is popular to classify meditative techniques as categorically passive or active, a number of meditative techniques, including Buddhist insight meditation, oscillate between the two types of meditation in a single sitting — although one of the two types of meditation will usually dominate over the other.
  15. My mother, by the time of my arrival, already burdened with my older brother and sister, and still bereft of any clear understanding of the physical processes that produced us, seemed to oscillate uncertainly between self and the servant-hood thrust upon her by circumstances beyond her ability to comprehend or knowingly accept.

  16. She’d had too much champagne—had thrown it up, she recalled now, on the edge of the FDR, which accounted for the chalky mouth, though she must have brushed her teeth, she wouldn’t have gone to bed without brushing, would she? Honestly, who could remember? She felt sure that if she turned over, away from the sunlight, the back of her brain would slosh against her brainpan, and the pain would start to oscillate, but she had to do it or she’d never fall back asleep.
  1. This oscillating price action is then repeated.
  2. It’s a oscillating, high-density particle beam.
  3. The result would be a distinct oscillating point that.
  4. The sea-gulls oscillating their bodies, the hay-boat in the.
  5. Everything is oscillating or vibrating at a particular frequency.
  6. The pattern came to life oscillating and pulsing among its beacons.
  7. This chart is fairly normal, with the ratio oscillating around the 0.
  8. At last the passenger carriages rolled in, oscillating before coming to a standstill.
  9. I just sat there frozen in my seat, paralyzed by oscillating waves of anticipation and dread.
  10. Trading is opportunistic, and it follows the surging of trends or the waves of an oscillating pattern.
  11. This oscillating price action creates what we call the floor of support and the ceiling of resistance.
  12. Darvas devised a system whereby he would identify a stock’s price oscillating within a box on a chart.
  13. The heavy steel track was oscillating back and forth perhaps only a tenth of an inch, but it was moving.
  14. Hamo sits as at a corner desk in front of an oscillating fan that rustles papers, a calender on the wall, etc.
  15. The oscillating streams of energy that were visible on the map decreased as the energy vampires were eliminated.
  16. And farther still, beyond those forests and fields, the bright, oscillating, limitless distance lured one to itself.
  17. However, the surface appears surprisingly calm as the gently oscillating plane of wavelets roll from horizon to horizon.
  18. An electromagnetic field is created by the movement of electrons around its nucleus oscillating at right-angles to electron energy.
  19. Their future would be secure, or at least as secure as was possible in a world of unpredictable weather and oscillating grain prices.
  20. We know that price tends to respect support and resistance levels in trading ranges, oscillating back and forth between those levels.
  21. As evening approached and the sun was starting to slip below the horizon I enjoyed the most glorious display of oscillating colours in the sky.
  22. His shoulders are rounded from much study, and his face protrudes forward, and is forever slowly oscillating from side to side in a curiously reptilian fashion.
  23. In Figure 9-4, the same chart of Philip Morris (MO) used in the RSI example, we can see how good Lane’s %D is at oscillating with the prices to areas of overbought and oversold.
  24. To understand the significance of this ascending triangle pattern, imagine that a market is oscillating randomly in a trading range, but then some large buyers become interested in accumulating a position.
  25. The winch-man's eyes shot open to their fullest extent as his contracting muscles locked his arms about Grunt's waist and they both began an oscillating dance that jerked them ever closer to the open doorway.
  26. Soon the swing became a foot in length and with Olin's continued precise tugs it was not long after that all agreed, with some light applause, that the steel track was oscillating over at least a five-foot swing.
  27. For about 45 minutes, this stock had settled into a very dependable cycle that just happened to match the length of the moving average he was using, so, while the market was oscillating fairly wildly, his average wouldn’t budge.
  28. We see electric, we feel electric, we are electricity, an agreement of vibrations oscillating in conspired directions gridding an imprint across fields of photons, finding ourselves magnetized light fleeting an impression upon electrons, atoms and molecules.
  29. After that it ground against its Christian (Byzantine) adversary with oscillating consequences until the first Christian Crusade in the eleventh century caused them a major if temporary setback, and the Mongol invasion in AD 1228–1245 caused them the loss of all their territories north and east of their desert homeland.
  30. All afternoon Claude hunkers inside his shop above the hundreds of little bottles of florals and orientals and fougères in his vitrine, pinks and carmines and baby blues, and no one enters, and an oscillating electric fan blows across his face to the left, then to the right, and he does not read or move at all except to periodically reach a hand beneath his stool and grab a handful of biscuits from a round tin and stuff them into his mouth.
  31. Then the passengers in the "Hirondelle" ended by falling asleep, some with open mouths, others with lowered chins, leaning against their neighbour's shoulder, or with their arm passed through the strap, oscillating regularly with the jolting of the carriage; and the reflection of the lantern swinging without, on the crupper of the wheeler; penetrating into the interior through the chocolate calico curtains, threw sanguineous shadows over all these motionless people.
  32. He may ask where are the remains of those infinitely numerous organisms which must have existed long before the Cambrian system was deposited? We now know that at least one animal did then exist; but I can answer this last question only by supposing that where our oceans now extend they have extended for an enormous period, and where our oscillating continents now stand they have stood since the commencement of the Cambrian system; but that, long before that epoch, the world presented a widely different aspect; and that the older continents, formed of formations older than any known to us, exist now only as remnants in a metamorphosed condition, or lie still buried under the ocean.
  33. In the vast cosmic exchanges the universal life goes and comes in unknown quantities, rolling entirely in the invisible mystery of effluvia, employing everything, not losing a single dream, not a single slumber, sowing an animalcule here, crumbling to bits a planet there, oscillating and winding, making of light a force and of thought an element, disseminated and invisible, dissolving all, except that geometrical point, the I; bringing everything back to the soul-atom; expanding everything in God, entangling all activity, from summit to base, in the obscurity of a dizzy mechanism, attaching the flight of an insect to the movement of the earth, subordinating, who knows? Were it only by the identity of the law, the evolution of the comet in the firmament to the whirling of the infusoria in the drop of water.
  1. The lantern oscillated violently, and went out.
  2. The military situation oscillated, depending on.
  3. Locke oscillated between viable but opposite ideas.
  4. Ole Blue oscillated back toward Rhone howling as he.
  5. Moshe's eyes oscillated from south to north as he clung to his horse.
  6. Moshe’s eyes oscillated from south to north as he clung to his horse.
  7. Buzzing erratically it oscillated in place while everything around was displaced.
  8. His body writhed in protest as he oscillated on the sharp edge between that awful dream and.
  9. Always alone, his soul oscillated, first on the side of death, then on the side of life, doggedly.
  10. His body writhed in protest as he oscillated on the sharp edge between that awful dream and the aggravation of the real.
  11. The streetlights and those of the Kasr El Nil Bridge gave it a festive air and oscillated on the dark mass of water in an unending movement.
  12. Whereas when I left Abu Bakr I had made up my mind that the deal was over, I started weighing things again and my thoughts oscillated from acceptance to rejection.
  13. In the period from 28 January to 28 February, the Barclays Bank share price oscillated in a well-defined range from 83p (a support level) to 120p (a resistance level).
  14. The chart on the left shows that during the past two years $VIX oscillated between the low teens and mid-twenties (it briefly rallied above $80 during the 2008 bear market).
  15. This was a body resembling a milk can in its general form, above which oscillated a pear-shaped receptacle, and from which a stream of white powder flowed into a circular basin below.
  16. From under this great panoply she peeped up in a nervous, hesitating fashion at our windows, while her body oscillated backward and forward, and her fingers fidgeted with her glove buttons.
  17. He remained transfixed on the bright object, which still oscillated from left to right as it kept coming closer, staying just above the surface of the water, while becoming brighter and larger.
  18. More commands through the console sent a shudder of power through the hull, as the massive motors oscillated up to full speed, forcing thousands of liters of seawater per second out through the bow jets.
  19. They were Italians from some obscure village near Venice and in Egypt they oscillated restlessly for two generations between Cairo and Alexandria playing hide-and-seek with their fortune which they never found.
  20. Having observed the price to have oscillated in a range of no more than about 500 points, a position trader or investor establishing a long position in Q3 2007 might set a wide protective trailing stop loss order at minus 750 points.
  21. There was a clause in his magazine contract that allowed him to republish his pieces in book form, and ever since In Cold Blood he’d oscillated between certainty that what he wrote wasn’t fit for bathroom reading and imagining how it would look in hardcover.
  22. The escort troop cursed, the men in chains did not utter a syllable; from time to time the sound of a blow became audible as the cudgels descended on shoulder-blades or skulls; some of these men were yawning; their rags were terrible; their feet hung down, their shoulders oscillated, their heads clashed together, their fetters clanked, their eyes glared ferociously, their fists clenched or fell open inertly like the hands of corpses; in the rear of the convoy ran a band of children screaming with laughter.
  23. Slow and measured steps resounded for some time on the timber work, gradually dying away as they retreated to a greater distance; the group of black forms vanished, a glimmer of light oscillated and floated, communicating to the vault a reddish glow which grew fainter, then disappeared; the silence became profound once more, the obscurity became complete, blindness and deafness resumed possession of the shadows; and Jean Valjean, not daring to stir as yet, remained for a long time leaning with his back against the wall, with straining ears, and dilated pupils, watching the disappearance of that phantom patrol.
  1. The latter oscillates in limits from 0 till 50.
  2. In this way the torso oscillates almost imperceptibly.
  3. The share price oscillates through a steadily smaller range.
  4. Similarly, the manifestation of universes oscillates ‘within’ the void.
  5. As one can see in this Figure, the CCI oscillates around 0 in the interval from -100 till +100.
  6. RSI is called an oscillator because it oscillates up and down in a wave pattern between 0 and 100.
  7. The put/call ratio basically oscillates, and we can guess where it goes next with some degree of accuracy.
  8. As the market hesitates and oscillates at the top of its long term channel we continue to build the portfolio.
  9. The dominant left brain, possessing serial perception, oscillates between two contradictory concepts or images.
  10. In effect, this trader is building up a profit cushion as the market oscillates in the range before the breakout.
  11. When a woman has been seriously wronged by a man she no longer oscillates, and the usual symptom is a broken bell wire.
  12. Spreadsheets make everything look linear and controlled, but the real world oscillates, overshoots, collapses, and rebounds.
  13. A term used in technical analysis that refers to a type of indicator that moves up and down, or oscillates, within a price range.
  14. How can this be explained?… Where are the connections? Recently: Science has discovered that the Sun oscillates and rings like a bell.
  15. If a financial instrument routinely oscillates by 10% over a few days, there’s no point setting a protective stop order at minus 2% unless you want to be stopped out often.
  16. In the program RoyalForex the algebraic addition of the difference obtained with the figure 100 is being performed and a real indicator outputted from this program oscillates around the 100.
  17. Hence, our perception actually oscillates between the void and the manifested universe in split seconds as we deconstruct the void into pairs of opposites, suppress the dissonant attributes, then put it back together again using the brain’s holistic operator to present an understandable world to ourselves.
  18. By doing this, we ask a hypothetical question: if all shorts decided to cover, while all other buyers stood aside and daily volume remained unchanged, how many days would it take for them to cover and bring short interest down to zero? This Days to Cover number normally oscillates between one and two days.
  19. Screwed at its axis against the side, a swinging lamp slightly oscillates in Jonah's room; and the ship, heeling over towards the wharf with the weight of the last bales received, the lamp, flame and all, though in slight motion, still maintains a permanent obliquity with reference to the room; though, in truth, infallibly straight itself, it but made obvious the false, lying levels among which it hung.

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