Bump-and-Run Reversal Bottoms

Looks like a frying pan with the handle on the left following a trend line down until a large decline ensues. The breakout is upward. It is Short-term bullish reversal or continuation. Cup with Handle; Rounding Bottoms

Facts: Throwbacks hurt performance. Tall and wide patterns perform better than short and narrow ones.

Volume is typically high during the three critical parts of the formation: formation start, bump start, and upward breakout.

Tips for Entry and Exit:

  • Do not premeditate the breakout of initial bump level.
  • Do not exit without at least 50% of the length of the pond like structure.
  • Use it along with moving average for better accuracy

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