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Use a Mortgage Broker - When purchasing a home, why not use a mortgage broker as he can shop around all the financial institutions and generally find you a much...

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Definition of the Day Exhaustion Gap

Exhaustion gap - An exhaustion gap is a gap that occurs when a quick rise in prices starts to slow down. So the exhaustion gap represents a decline in the demand for these stocks that have been continually rising. For many analysts the exhaustion gap is just a temporary gap...

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