Bull Correction(redirected from Bull Corrections)
In technical analysis, a small drop after a series of increasingly large drops in a security. For example, if a security falls in price by $2 on Monday, $2.50 on Tuesday, $3 on Wednesday, but only by $2.25 on Thursday, a bull correction is said to occur on Thursday. It may predict a coming rise in price. The term is especially common in forex markets.
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