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Bearish technical reversal pattern formation that develops after hitting a resistance of level of high prices twice and failing to break above them. This pattern formation oftentimes displays a slight decrease in price between the two highs. The confirmation comes when price is not able to break above those highs, it pulls back, breaks below recent support levels and starts to drift lower. When that happens, it becomes conclusive that price is an a downtrend.

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