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Momentum may also refer to:
- Momentum (finance), an empirical tendency for rising asset prices to continue to rise
- Momentum (technical analysis), an indicator used in technical analysis of asset prices
- Momentum accounting and triple-entry bookkeeping, a theory based on force and momentum to account for business dynamics
- Momentum (IMAX film), a 1992 film, the first shot and released in the IMAX HD film format
- Momentum (2001 film), a surfing documentary
- Momentum (2003 film), an American TV science fiction film
- Momentum (2015 film), an independent South-African action-thriller film
- Momentum Pictures, a UK motion picture distributor
- Momentum (Close to Home album)
- Momentum (Dave Burrell album)
- Momentum (Joshua Redman album)
- Momentum (Steve Hackett album)
- Momentum (Steve Lacy album)
- Momentum (TobyMac album)
- Momentum (Neal Morse album)
- Momentum (EP), an EP by Stevie Stone
- Momentum (Jamie Cullum album)
- "Momentum", a song by Aimee Mann from Magnolia
- "Momentum", a song by Ayumi Hamasaki from Secret
- "Momentum", a song by Zumpano from Goin' Through Changes
- "Momentum", a song by Nuno Lupi from Intermezzo
- Momentum (electromagnetic simulator), a software package from EEsof
- Momentum, a 2005 solar car built by the University of Michigan Solar Car Team
- Momentum, an over-the-counter drug containing magnesium salicylate
- Momentum, a Christian festival run by the UK charity Soul Survivor
- Momentum Adventure, a British luxury adventure travel company.
- Operation Momentum, a guerrilla training program of the Laotian Civil War
- Hot-hand fallacy, a streak of good luck
- Momentum (organisation), a British political organisation, set up to support the UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn in 2015.
- Momentum Movement, a Hungarian political party, which established in Hungary, in 2015.
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