exhaustion gap


A gap in the price movement of a security that occurs as a security begins to experience a significant change in direction, typically from a rise to a fall. On the chart, if there is a gap between a strong rise in prices and a sudden fall in prices, it is considered an exhaustion gap. An exhaustion gap is sometimes seen as just a temporary reversal, with the stock expected to resume its climb.
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exhaust price exhibit