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Bearish symmetrical triangle

1. Introduction

Bearish Symmetrical Triangle is a pattern consisting of two converging trend lines. This pattern means that the amplitude of price fluctuations is getting smaller and smaller, and the price may eventually break through downward and continue falling.

2. Feature

2.1  The top is getting lower and lower, and the bottom is getting higher and higher;

2.2 The price has recently broken through the upward support line formed by connecting the recent bottoms.

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