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stochastic

[stō′kas·tik]
(mathematics)
Pertaining to random variables.

stochastic

stochastic

By guesswork; by chance; using or containing random values.
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Measures the relative distance of the closing price and the current bar to the previous candles<br> - Shows Overbought and Oversold Areas<br> - Signals to buy or sell should be taken in the <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">direction of the daily trend</span></strong><br> - The Stochastics Pop Strategy can be used to trade with increasing momentum<br> - Indicates Positive or Negative Divergence<br> - Three types of Stochastics: <strong>Fast</strong>&nbsp;Stochastics, <strong>Slow</strong>&nbsp;Stochastics and<br> <strong>Full</strong>&nbsp;Stochastics
Likewise, short-term stochastics reflect levels commonly associated with a move lower.
Incidentally, a technical interpretation of LLTC's most up-to-date near-term stochastic indicator causes our researchers to hold the opinion that LLTC will reverse bias over the near term.
Moreover, technical reading on INTC's stochastic figure leads our analysts to believe a leg below recent levels.
Moreover, short-term stochastics reflect levels commonly associated with a move lower.
Incidentally, short-term stochastics reflect levels commonly associated with a move lower.
The stochastics indication for NT persuades our technical analysts there should be powerful downside percent gains in the near future.
At the same time, short-term oscillating stochastic interpretations predict VZ is in position for a fall down.