Momentum

Science / Chemistry / Momentum: Momentum is a property that measures the tendency of a moving object to keep moving in the same direction. Increasing the speed of an object increases its momentum, and a heavy object will have more momentum than a lighter one moving at the same speed. For a particle with mass m and velocity v, the momentum of the particle is mv.

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Momentum Adjective Synonyms: energy, force, drive, strength, impetus, power, inertia, impulse, thrust, push
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Momentum Indicators

Business / Finance / Momentum Indicators: Indicators used in market analysis to quantify the momentum of upward and downward price movements. MORE

Momentum Investing

Business / Taxes / Momentum Investing: A momentum investor focuses on stocks that are rising in value on increasing daily volume, and avoids stocks that are falling in price or that are perceived to be undervalued. The logic is that when a MORE

Earnings Momentum

Business / Finance / Earnings Momentum: The percent increase or decrease in earnings per share from those of the preceding calendar year. The 5-10 year average percent changes are expressed as compound annual rates. MORE

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