There is another form, gaps, which some people call windows or gaps pattern. In fact, it is definitely not a continuous pattern or a reversal pattern. Well, it can be in many ways, both continuous and reversal. What will this gaps pattern look like? How to notice And what can it tell us? I"ll take you to find out.

The word gaps as we all know that it means gaps or empty spaces, which in technical analysis has the same meaning. Only there is a little more indication that The gap is a result of buying pressure (demand) and selling pressure (supply) unable to set prices. Compared to the price range of the previous day And until the buying and selling pressure meet, it will cause the agreed price. Stay away from the price range of the day before going out. And price movements that day can"t come can close that gap Therefore, when we look at some of the graphs in the analysis, we can see that it looks like a gap.

Can you imagine today"s open price If it is above yesterday"s high for a while, you will find that it will undoubtedly create a gap. And price movements that day did not come down to close the period or vice versa If today"s highest price It is below yesterday"s low for some time. You will probably know that. That range is that gaps themselves.

Usually, gaps in an uptrend are a sign of market strength, while gaps in a downtrend are a sign of market weakness. However, there are different types of gaps. Some are important, some are less, and gaps can be closed in some formats. As a result, the significance of these predictions varies. I would like to explain to you the types of gaps and the meaning behind each gap.

There are generally four types of gaps: Common Gap, Breakaway Gap, Runaway Gap and Exhaustion Gap.


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