Swing Breakout – Bullish

Developed at Definedge.

A bullish swing breakout occurs when a bullish brick gets formed above the high of the immediate previous swing high.

A swing high gets formed when a bearish brick appears after a series of bullish bricks. If the next series of bullish bricks goes above the immediate previous swing high, it then triggers a bullish swing breakout. To complete a bullish swing breakout, the price needs to print one brick above the prior swing high.

Please note that a breakout above the immediate previous swing high is necessary to call it a 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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