Technical Rally

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DEFINITION of 'Technical Rally'

An upward movement in a security's price following a declining trend. The movement is caused by technical as opposed to fundamental factors affecting sentiment.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Technical Rally'

For example, technical analysts may identify a particular support price, and as a result, an increase in price is experienced once that price is reached.

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