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Lower-High

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In technical analysis, a lower-high occurs when an asset’s price rebounds after a drop, but the new high the price reaches is lower than the previous one. When followed by a lower-low this is a sign that a further selloff is to be expected. When followed by a higher-low, this is seen as a consolidation pattern that can either break bullish or bearish.

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