with a surge in volume and was in the process of “testing” that break with a low volume run back to previous support (see Chart 1),” Michael Kahn Reports From Barrons.
“However, on October 9, the ETF surged over 3% with its heaviest volume since May. False breakdowns such as this often lead to breaks in the opposite direction as prices act as if they were launched by a compressed spring. As of Monday morning, the semiconductor ETF has moved above resistance to a fresh rally high before easing back in the afternoon,” Kahn Reports.
“Technical purists might object to the term “spring” as it is an actual pattern observed 80 years ago by master technical analyst Richard Wyckoff. However, the sprit of the pattern has indeed been met as the mood in the sector went from sad to glad in short order,” Kahn Reports.
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