The Common Gap: Currency Analysis

The common gap is a type of gap that is produced through the gap analysis of daily high and low trading prices.

As it is called the common gap does this mean that it is somehow common?

Well, this is actuallyed caused by temporary increases in interest around the market.

When these increases in interest that are temporary occur around the market, they are usually the result of some piece of information coming out.

The result of this is that people take a look at the stock and what it's doing and are quite likely to have a punt one way or the other as a result.

This causes the common gap as it is called, and as such it rarely actually ever signifies a significant change.

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