Double Bottom/Tops Patterns
Double Top patterns occur when prices fail to make new highs at significant previous high levels. Double top patterns are relatively reliable and easy to trade. Also, these patterns fail as they may potentially form triple or multiple top formations. Double tops usually signal the end of a bull run, depending on the width of the top formation. Volume in the first swing should be heavier than the volume on the second swing. In addition, the volume maybe heavier on the breakdown bars. If the breakdown volume is weaker, it may be signaling a triple or multiple top formation
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