Technical Analysis

Technical Analysis

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The cup and handle is a consolidation pattern. It signals a brief pause in the trend. This pattern is likely to appear when the market is in an indecisive phase as a rally pauses and consolidates.

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The cypher is easily noticed on a chart because it has a characteristic wave like appearance displaying either rising peaks or falling valleys.

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A three line strike is a continuation group of candlesticks that has three in the direction of a trend followed by a final candle...

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Bats are five point chart patterns that can signify either a bullish or bearish breakout is building. They are quite similar in appearance to the...

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What is a Counter Attack Line? A counter attack line happens when there’s a price gap between the close and open of two sessions. The...

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ABCD patterns can forecast a bullish or bearish breakout. Success in trading these patterns lies in timing the final point D.

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Crab patterns often start to unfold when a market is making its highest high or lowest low in an established trend. These harmonic structures can...

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The butterfly is a harmonic chart pattern which you can use to trade possible trend reversals. Relatively new, it was first publicized in the...

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Most of the technical chart patterns like heads and shoulders, double tops, triangles and so on are defined mainly by their appearance. In another...

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Belt holds are a useful class of chart pattern because they highlight areas where market sentiment may be changing. As the name suggests, the...