|Market Phase:? ||Accumulation|| This indicator compares long term trend with short term price action to explain the current phase of the market. According to the indicator, the stock of Griffon Corp. is in the Accumulation Phase. The demand for GFF is firming up or is still firm. Generally, this indicates that the market is showing signs that buyers are entering the market.
|Short Term Trend: ||    (+6)
||The short term trend indicator only looks at 10 to 20 day timeframe to determine the current trend. Griffon Corp.(GFF) is currently mildly bullish.|
|3 Day Money Flow: ||    (+8)
||The money flowing for last 3 days in GFF has been extremely bullish. This indicator summarizes the price and volume activity over last 3 days. It is a very short term indicator.|
|| ||Relative Strength:||    (-2)
|EPS Growth(yoy):|| Unavailable   (-0)
|| ||Fundamental:||    (-3)
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What does upside and downside breakout mean?
Breakout is price movement of a stock through an identified level of support or resistance. The upside or downside breakouts are traded with the presumption that the move will continue. Traders who keep an eye on the upside or downside breakout, generally, look for increase in the volume( number of shares traded ) for the breakout bar. Higher this volume, bigger and stronger the breakout. The traders will buy the stock when the price breaks above a level of resistance and sell when it breaks below support. The traders may also buy the stock when the price bounces from a support level with higher volume. Similarly, The traders may also sell the stock if the price declines from a resistance level with noticeable increase in volume.
A downside breakout is also referred to as breakdown. This is usually a bearish sign.
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