Retracement

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Retracement

A price movement in the opposite direction of the previous trend.

Retracement

A situation in which a price begins to move back toward its former price after it has changed significantly in a brief period of time. An example of retracement occurs when a stock falls 10% but then recovers 8%.
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Kevin Matras shows how to use stock retracements and moving averages to pin-point rebound reversals and rally continuations.
Chartists also place importance on retracements of 38% and 62% which are called Fibonacci retracements.
8% retracements as well as the underside of the former support lines in some of the crosses.
Technical analyst Christopher Weaver shows you how to improve your trading of trending currency pairs using trend lines, channels, Fibonacci retracements and symmetrical triangles.
Many traders tout Fibonacci retracements as trading strategies and the most reliable of those retracements is 50%.
The CADJPY and CHFJPY have reversed sharply from 50% retracements.
6% FIB RETRACMENT Many traders are familiar with some of the key fibonacci retracements such as the 38.
Since early September, these stocks have pulled back and experienced significant retracements.
Recent movement is eerily similar to two previous patterns in which the pair initiated roughly 700 pip uptrends following retracements near the 38.
These retracements often find support after giving up half the rally's increase.
Downside Risk for Retracements is Limited, S&P's Cherney Says" http://www.