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In technical analysis, a pattern of fluctuation in the price of a security, seen on a chartist's graph, in which a rise is followed by a fall, then a second rise to the same level. This pattern is thought to indicate that the security is meeting resistance to a move to a higher level. Compare double bottom. See also ascending tops; resistance level.

Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services.

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