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Multiple Tops is a reversal chart patterns, where a stock in an up trend, hits a resistance level several times and reverses to continue in a down trend.
Triple Top is a reversal chart patterns, where a stock in an up trend, hits a resistance level thrice and reverses to continue in a down trend.
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Double Top is a reversal chart patterns, where a stock in an up trend, hits a resistance level twice and reverses to continue in a down trend.
Double Bottom is a reversal chart patterns, where a stock in a down trend, hits a support level twice and reverses to continue in an up trend.
Reverse Head and Shoulder is one of the very profitable bearish reversal chart patterns seen in an uptrend. It is very reliable with 90% success rate.
Head and Shoulder is one of the very profitable bearish reversal chart patterns seen in an uptrend. It is very reliable with 90% success rate.
Pennants are continuation chart patterns, formed by a minor consolidation, which is contained within a small symmetrical triangle.
Flag Patterns are continuation chart patterns, formed by a minor consolidation, which is contained with in a small rectangle or a parallelogram.
Rising Wedge is a continuation chart pattern, formed by price action, which is contained with in a converging and ascending trend lines.
AON or All or None Order is an attribute attached to a buy or sell order.
Falling Wedge is a continuation chart pattern, formed by price action, which is contained with in a converging and descending trend lines.
Thomas N Bulkowski is recognized by many as one of the world's leading authorities on chart patterns. He is a successful investor and trader with over thirty years of experience trading stocks.
'Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns' is a book written by Thomas N. Bulkowski in 1999 and revised in 2005. This is a very exhaustive book on Chart Pattern.
Symmetrical Triangle is a chart pattern, characterized by converging top and bottoms. This is created when there is indecision in the direction of the market.
Descending Triangle is a chart pattern, characterized by horizontal bottom and down sloping top. This is created when a bearish market pushes price down against a support level.
Ascending Triangle is a chart pattern, characterized by horizontal top and rising bottom. This is created when a bullish market pushes the price up against a resistance level.
Support and Resistance in a stock chart are the pressure areas which tries to hold a falling price and blocks a rising price, respectively. They are the back bone of any technical stock trading.
Trend lines are formed by joining two or more support or resistance pressure points. This when extended offers support and resistance levels into the future.
Market trends signifies the movement of the stock prices, in any one direction compared to its historical prices. Understanding the trend of a stock is the first step in technical analysis.
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