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Stock Cycle

Stock Cycle Definition

Stock Cycle refers to repeating price cycles that represent the evolution of an asset's price from an early uptrend to a price high and to a downtrend. It has expansion and contraction periods that may last for several years.

The four typical phases of price development are accumulation, markup, distribution and markdown stage. Stock traders can have a strategy to take advantage of price changes as they are happening, investing more during the accumulation and markup stages and less  during the distribution and markdown stages.

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