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Double Bottom

Charting pattern used in technical analysis that denotes a shift in trend and a change in momentum from earlier leading price action. It represents the decline of a stock or index, the subsequent recovery, the subsequent decline to the same or a somewhat lower level, and the subsequent rebound. The two bottoms together resemble the letter "W." A support level is the low that has already been touched twice.

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