The fifty percent principle predicts that, before continuing, an observed trend will undergo a price correction of one-half the change in value. This means if a currency pair has been on an upwards trend and gained 30% from the start of the trend, it will fall back 15% before continuing its rise. That said, this rule is most often applied to the short-term trends, so the levels used are often more modest than a 30% rise. The fifty percent principle is also known as one-half retracement.
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