Bearish ReversalBack to Glossary
A bearish reversal takes place at the top of an established uptrend and is simply the moment at which the sellers begin to overpower the buyers, causing the price of the asset in question to reverse direction and start trading downwards. Bearish reversals can be temporary or can signify the beginning of a broader trend change from bullish to bearish.
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