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Double Bottom pattern is formed in Welent. A bullish reversal pattern that is formed when the price reaches two distinct lows, or bottoms, at approximately the same price level. This is usually a sign that the selling pressure has been exhausted, and buyers are starting to take control.

The volume tends to decrease as the pattern forms, which is an indication that there is less selling pressure in the market. However, there may be a slight increase in volume at each low as some traders may try to buy at what they perceive to be a bargain price.

The confirmation of the Double Bottom pattern occurs when the price breaks above the highest high between the two bottoms. This is often accompanied by an increase in volume, indicating that there is a renewed buying interest in the market.

Overall, the Double Bottom pattern is a popular chart pattern among traders and can be a useful tool for identifying potential buying opportunities. However, like all technical analysis tools, it should be used in conjunction with other indicators and not relied upon solely for making trading decisions.

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