In technical analysis, an indicator in which the price of a security falls to a low, rises, falls to a lower point, then rises again, and, finally, drops to a low roughly equal to the first and then rises again. While, in general, a reverse dandruff pattern is considered a bullish indicator, it contains various bearish points, namely immediately before the price drops. On the other hand, the third price low is considered a buy signal. Reverse dandruff is the opposite of a head and shoulders pattern.
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