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Reversal Breakouts in Forex Trading
Reversal breakouts appear in the market when there is a sudden change in sentiments. They also tell us that there is a substantial shift in demand and supply in the market. These patterns are common at crucial support/resistance levels, which are also the main liquidity points in Forex. Reversal Forex signals include Double tops, Head and Shoulders, Rising Wedge, Double Bottom, Inverted Head and Shoulder, and Falling Wedge patterns.
They have three main characteristics.
- A strong trend: First, we see a parabolic move in one direction.
- A pause: Price then goes into hibernation, ranging within a particular region – mainly at critical support or resistance areas.
Reverse: A breakout occurs in the opposite direction.