The runaway gap: Currency Analysis

Yet more currency analysis can result in a type of gap that is called the runaway gap.

This is even more confusing as it also has a second name that you might have come across it by... so if you are sitting there wondering where the measuring gap is then news flash - it's one and the same gap masquerading under two names just to confuse, naughty gap!

It represents something significant however for traders on the currency markets - specifically it points to the point at which traders who were unwilling to buy have decided to buy in anyway, because they don't want to lose out!

And that is why it is called the runaway gap, because it can lead to a runaway as even the people who didn't want to buy before decide to lay in so that they don't miss out on what's going on with that particular currency.

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