For example if the S&P 500 has been trending downwards for a number of months, the fulcrum point is the point at which the S&P starts trending upwards. Alternatively a fulcrum point can occur at the top of a security's price.
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fulcrum — UK [ˈfʊlkrəm] / US noun [countable] Word forms fulcrum : singular fulcrum plural fulcrums or fulcra 1) physics the point on which an object balances or turns 2) the person or thing that everything else depends on Many people see marriage as the… … English dictionary
fulcrum — /fool kreuhm, ful /, n., pl. fulcrums, fulcra / kreuh/, v. n. 1. the support, or point of rest, on which a lever turns in moving a body. 2. any prop or support. 3. Zool. any of various structures in an animal serving as a hinge or support. v.t. 4 … Universalium
fulcrum — ful|crum [ fulkrəm ] noun count 1. ) SCIENCE the point on which an object balances or turns 2. ) the person or thing that everything else depends on: Many people see marriage as the fulcrum of their lives … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
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