A blank space above or below the price bars on a price chart that is formed by a sudden price spike associated with panic buying or selling as a trend nears a reversal point. An exhaustion gap is typically created by panic buying or selling. See Gap; Breakaway Gap; Gap Opening; runaway gap.
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