Swing Breakout Bearish Pattern

Developed at Definedge.

A bearish swing breakout occurs when a bearish brick gets formed below an immediate previous swing low.

A bearish swing low gets formed when a bullish brick appears after a series of bearish bricks.  If the next series of bearish bricks goes below the low of an immediate previous swing low, and prints one brick below it, the bearish swing breakout is then triggered at that brick.

Please note that a breakout below the immediate previous swing low is necessary to call it a bearish swing breakout. Any swing pivots prior to the most recent one is not considered as swing breakout.

Prashant Shah introduced this pattern in his book on Renko charts.

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