On the stock exchange, the term for a security – sometimes also applied to the market as a whole – that has reached the end of an upward movement and is now generally expected to decline in price (market or security that has reached a point where its price is no longer rising; it is expected to decline). – See Bottoming out, Profit Cycle, Sine Curve Fetishism.
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