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NASDAQ’s Strength Points To More Upside

When the ADX black line (shown below) is at low levels, it is indicative of a trendless or sleepy market. When the line begins to rise it shows a strengthening trend (up or down). A move from low levels to 51.55 is very rare and only found during the early stages of strong [...]
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