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What's An Island Reversal?

If you like fun in the sun you’re bound to love this next post. It’s all about an island reversal. Wait! What the heck is an island reversal?

Although it might remind you of St. Thomas the term island reversal has nothing to do with the Caribbean. It’s a term from finance that’s used even when the beach is nowhere in sight.

An island reversal indicates a pattern in a stock’s chart. Specifically, island reversals are isolated data points separated by gaps.

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