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Fakeout

What is 'Fakeout'

A term used in technical analysis to refer to a situation in which a trader enters into a position in anticipation of a future transaction signal or price movement, but the signal or movement never develops and the asset moves in the opposite direction.

Explaining 'Fakeout'

The possibility for fakeouts is the reason why traders should use more than one indicator to make decisions. To reduce the probability of being faked out, experienced traders will require four or more signals to confirm a decision.


Further Reading


Mergers, buyouts and fakeouts
www.jstor.org [PDF]
Mergers, Buyouts and Fakeouts … the ad- vantages to managerial specialization, but have often expressed concern for the diver- gence in economic interests which … Despite this long history of interest and work on the subject, research in accounting, finance, economics, and law …

Study on Regional Disparity of Land Finance and Its Substituting Financing MechanismStudy on Regional Disparity of Land Finance and Its Substituting Financing Mechanism
en.cnki.com.cn [PDF]
Mergers, Buyouts and Fakeouts … the ad- vantages to managerial specialization, but have often expressed concern for the diver- gence in economic interests which … Despite this long history of interest and work on the subject, research in accounting, finance, economics, and law …

Teaching Austrian Economics to Graduate StudentsTeaching Austrian Economics to Graduate Students
papers.ssrn.com [PDF]
Mergers, Buyouts and Fakeouts … the ad- vantages to managerial specialization, but have often expressed concern for the diver- gence in economic interests which … Despite this long history of interest and work on the subject, research in accounting, finance, economics, and law …

From the Great Wall to Wall Street: a cross-cultural look at leadership and management in China and the USFrom the Great Wall to Wall Street: a cross-cultural look at leadership and management in China and the US
www.tandfonline.com [PDF]
Mergers, Buyouts and Fakeouts … the ad- vantages to managerial specialization, but have often expressed concern for the diver- gence in economic interests which … Despite this long history of interest and work on the subject, research in accounting, finance, economics, and law …

Alternative disciplinary mechanisms in different corporate systemsAlternative disciplinary mechanisms in different corporate systems
www.sciencedirect.com [PDF]
Mergers, Buyouts and Fakeouts … the ad- vantages to managerial specialization, but have often expressed concern for the diver- gence in economic interests which … Despite this long history of interest and work on the subject, research in accounting, finance, economics, and law …

Governance by exit: An analysis of the market for corporate controlGovernance by exit: An analysis of the market for corporate control
books.google.com [PDF]
Mergers, Buyouts and Fakeouts … the ad- vantages to managerial specialization, but have often expressed concern for the diver- gence in economic interests which … Despite this long history of interest and work on the subject, research in accounting, finance, economics, and law …

Value effects of corporate consolidation in European retailingValue effects of corporate consolidation in European retailing
www.emerald.com [PDF]
Mergers, Buyouts and Fakeouts … the ad- vantages to managerial specialization, but have often expressed concern for the diver- gence in economic interests which … Despite this long history of interest and work on the subject, research in accounting, finance, economics, and law …

Intellectual property and patent in cosmeticsIntellectual property and patent in cosmetics
dspace.marmara.edu.tr [PDF]
Mergers, Buyouts and Fakeouts … the ad- vantages to managerial specialization, but have often expressed concern for the diver- gence in economic interests which … Despite this long history of interest and work on the subject, research in accounting, finance, economics, and law …

Goodwill, profitability, and the market value of the firmGoodwill, profitability, and the market value of the firm
www.sciencedirect.com [PDF]
Mergers, Buyouts and Fakeouts … the ad- vantages to managerial specialization, but have often expressed concern for the diver- gence in economic interests which … Despite this long history of interest and work on the subject, research in accounting, finance, economics, and law …


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