Trend Reversal – Bearish

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Bullish trend reversal is a four-line pattern of the Line-break chart.

It is a typical Three line break reversal pattern and named as Trend reversal because unlike other patterns previous three lines in this case is in the same direction so there was a trend before reversal.

All Trend reversal patterns are Change of line formations as well but not all Change of line formations are Trend reversal patterns. Any pattern where previous three lines before reversal are not in the same direction is not a trend reversal pattern.

When a bearish line appears that falls below the low point of previous three bullish lines, a bearish trend reversal pattern is marked.

Prashant Shah introduced this concept in a research paper, and his book on the Line-break charts can be found on the Definedge Shelf.

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