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A pennant is a type of consolidation pattern in technical analysis that develops after a security experiences a major movement, or the flagpole, followed by a sideways move in price action. During this consolidation period, two diagonal and converging trend lines can be drawn to form what looks like a pennant. At some point when price breaks out of the pennant consolidation, the expectation is that price will resume the movement in the same direction of the previous trend, prior to the consolidation period.

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