png" alt="" width="484" /> A double bottom is a bullish reversal pattern that usually occurs after an extended downward movement in price.
What does DB stand for?
DB stands for Double Bottom (trading markets; stocks, bonds, commodities)
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- Don't Bother (chat slang)
- Doobie Brothers (band)
- Dooney & Bourke
- Dooney and Bourke
- Door Bell
- DOSBox (DOS emulator)
- Double Base (rocket propellants)
- Double Bass
- Double Bottom (shipbuilding)
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Byline: Eoe1/4Ao Euro double top Eoe1/4Ao Dollar/Yen bouncing Eoe1/4Ao Cable breaks lower Eoe1/4Ao Dollar/Swiss double bottom Summary: Eoe1/4Ao Euro double top Eoe1/4Ao Dollar/Yen bouncing Eoe1/4Ao Cable breaks lower Eoe1/4Ao Dollar/Swiss double bottom • Euro double top • Dollar/Yen bouncing • Cable breaks lower • Dollar/Swiss double bottom EUR/USD - Although it would not be conventional, there is the risk for the formation of a short-term double top on the daily chart, with a break below 1.
gif" alt="" /> A double bottom is a <strong>bullish reversal pattern</strong> that usually occurs after an extended downward movement in price.
Summary: The double bottom that we've been focusing on in the USDJPY would be confirmed on a rally through 90.
The State of California has created an investment fund of $500 million for double bottom line investing; both appropriate financial returns and social/environmental returns are required.