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March 12, 2010

Historical Study of Sideways Ranges

That Ended Sharply Lower

These are examples of markets that traded consolidated sideways for quite a long time, "doing nothing", then broke to the downside. I have noted the length of the sideways move at the top of each range, then noted the percentage loss in each market, FROM where it took out its previous significant low (or lows), as well as how much time the down move took to complete. I should also point out I do not mean to imply that every long sideways move ends by going down.

So what happens with this...?

And this?

Bill Rhyne




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