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  • #6055
     bhavani 
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    The market trend is considered bullish if the sequence is higher bottom and higher top and bearish if it is lower top and lower bottom.

    #6099
     Gopalakrishnan 
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    Use the minimum 1 year line chart and mark the bottom & top.

    If the higher bottom and higher top is came that is long and if it is lower top and lower bottom is short.

    #6138
     Ramesh 
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    Market trend is determined using the following rules in Dow theory

    Bullish – Forming Higher top followed by higher bottom and it’s well supported by high volume.

    Bearish – Forming Lower top followed by lower bottom and it’s well supported by high volume.

    #6274
     V.VEDANAYAGAM 
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    MARKET trend is the map of the price movement of a stock
    Price is decided by demand and supply
    IF the demand exceeds supply price moves upward and vice versa
    SO plot the(closing) price for a long period say for one year

    one can understand whether price is going up or down or side ways
    IF the the subsequent top and bottom are higher than the previous top and bottom respectively then the trend is upward called BULLISH
    IF the subsequent top and bottom are lower than the previous top and bottom respectively then the trend is downward called BEARISH

    #6469
     Naveen 
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    market trend can be determine by using dow theory

    higher bottom – higher top = bullish trend with higher volume

    lower top – lower bottom = bearish trend with higher volume.

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