mat hold pattern

Definition

A 5-day measure of the trading activity of a stock which will give an investor an indication of the stock's future performance. The first day of the pattern shows significant trading activity in either a buy or sell direction, the next 3 days show a move in the opposite direction, followed by a fifth day of trading in the same direction as the first day.
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