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  • noun a reversal in the trend of the price of a stock or commodity

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Examples

  • The market is current in a near-term retracement and testing the 61. 8% and 23. 6% retracement levels near the 91.20 area.

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  • The daily reversal bottom pattern usually lasts 2 to 3 days and ends inside of a short-term retracement zone, but they have been known to start even larger rallies.

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  • The daily chart is indicating a weakening condition because of the market's inability to establish support at the short-term retracement zone at 1.4499 to 1.4435.

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  • The current chart formation suggests the possibility of a near-term retracement to 1.4009.

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  • GBPUSD seems to be getting back into its downward trend after taking long term retracement and it seems that it might look to now take a dip below 1.4000 level.

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  • The daily chart is indicating a weakening condition because of the market's inability to establish support at the short-term retracement zone at 1.4499 to 1.4435.

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  • We could ponder why that is, but more importantly, we've been ramping up the lock discourse recently and this afternoon, we see the highest risks of short term retracement in a while.

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  • We could ponder why that is, but more importantly, we've been ramping up the lock discourse recently and this afternoon, we see the highest risks of short term retracement in a while.

    Mortgage News Daily - Mortgage And Real Estate News

  • The common currency tested a key short-term retracement level today, representing 50% of the March range.

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  • The current chart formation suggests the possibility of a near-term retracement to 1.4009.

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