breadth

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A piece of fabric of standard width
Scope or range, especially of knowledge or skill
The extent or measure of how broad or wide something is
{n} measure from side to side
The breadth of something is the distance between its two sides. The breadth of the whole camp was 400 paces. = width
the extent of something from side to side
The net number of stocks advancing versus those declining When advances exceed declines the breadth of the market is inclining When the declines exceed advances the market is declining
an ability to understand a broad range of topics; "a teacher must have a breadth of knowledge of the subject
emphasis If you say that someone does something or something happens throughout or across the length and breadth of a place, you are emphasizing that it happens everywhere in that place. The group built their reputation by playing across the length and breadth of North America She has travelled the length and breadth of Britain. see also hair's breadth
Comparison of issues traded on a stock exchange on a given day to the total number of issues listed for trading The broader a market move the more significant it is
noun - Four dimension analog of length, height, and width See tridth
Measures the number of stocks participating in a market move The breadth can be positive or negative In rallies, the number of advancing issues usually exceed declining issues, and vice versa If the market breadth diverges from the direction of the market, it could signal a reverse in prices
The percentage of assets or stocks advancing relative to those unchanged or declining Also the number of independent forecasts available per year A stock picker forecasting returns to 100 stocks every quarter exhibits a breadth of 400, assuming each forecast is independent (based on separate information)
an ability to understand a broad range of topics; "a teacher must have a breadth of knowledge of the subject"
Refer to Advance / Decline Line
Distance from side to side of any surface or thing; measure across, or at right angles to the length; width
width or broadness, as in: The breadth of his knowledge of world history surprised everyone
This is one of those technical terms you might hear mentioned in a trading room It simply demonstrates how broadly a market is moving When three-quarters of the stocks on the New York Stock Exchange, for example, rise during a given day, an observer might say the stock market had good breadth Often, observers will measure the number of stocks advancing against the number declining as one way of monitoring breadth
{i} width; broadness
This is one of those technical terms you hear in a trading room It simply demonstrates how broadly a market is moving When three-quarters of the stocks on the New York Stock Exchange, for example, rise during a given day, an observer might say the stock market had good breadth Often, observers will measure the number of stocks advancing against the number declining as one way of monitoring breadth
the number of topics you discuss with another person
Comparison of issues traded on a stock exchange on a given day to the total number of issues listed for trading Market trends are considered confirmed only upon reasonable breadth in the market
The breadth of something is its quality of consisting of or involving many different things. Older people have a tremendous breadth of experience His breadth of knowledge filled me with admiration. = range
Another term for the width of an object
a British measurement for flags, is 9" (23 cm) wide A four breath-flag is 36" (91 cm) wide The term originated when flag cloth was made in 9" strips
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bizygomatic breadth
The width or breadth of the face from the widest part of one zygomatic arch to the widest part of the other
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plural of breadth
by a hair's breadth
narrowly, by a narrow margin
hair's breadth
A hair's breadth is a very small degree or amount. The dollar fell to within a hair's breadth of its all-time low. a very small amount or distance
hair's-breadth
a very small distance or space; "they escaped by a hair's-breadth"; "they lost the election by a whisker
hair-breadth
very small space or distance, close, very narrow, narrow margin
hairs breadth
The diameter or breadth of a hair; a very small distance; sometimes, definitely, the forty-eighth part of an inch
hand breadth
width of a hand, small unit of measurement
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