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Understanding Retracements & Reversals

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A retracement is a slight price movement against the primary trend. The price of a specific asset doesn't go in the same direction without correction. The corrective phase of the price is known as retracement. It is usually represented by a minor market movement against the primary trend. If you can find critical retracement, you could easily take advantage of this market  . If possible, use the price action signals.

A reversal is defined as a trend change. Suppose a particular asset's price breaks a significant trend line or starts exhibiting extended movement against the past trend. In that case, you can consider it a sign of reversal. But having this information is not enough. We need to know some techniques by which you can spot the significant retracement and reversal in any asset. Trading the major setback is not that hard. Try to use simple logic and trade the market with lower risk.

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Barry Norman

The Director of Investors Trading Academy as well as a published author and educator. Barry brings with him over 35 years of financial market knowledge and experience. He holds an MBA in Finance and Economics from UCLA and an undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Maryland. Barry was awarded the title of “Best Education in Europe” by Global Banking & Finance. Barry is also a presenter for the MoneyShow and many well-known news sources.
Understanding Retracements & Reversals
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