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DEFINITION of 'Saucer'

A technical charting formation that indicates that a stock's price has reached its low and that the downward trend has come to a close.

Saucer

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Saucer'

Saucer formations will exhibit very low volume figures at the point when the stock's price was the lowest.

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