Chart Patterns

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Divergence Pattern

A bearish divergence pattern is defined on a chart when prices make new higher highs but a technical indicator that is an oscillator doesn’t make a new high at the same time. This is a signal that bullish sentiment is losing momentum with the high probability that sellers are stepping in and the market may

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Harmonic Patterns Cheat Sheet

Harmonic Patterns Cheat Sheet

Harmonic Patterns use the identification of quantified chart price action structures that have specific and consecutive Fibonacci ratio alignments that form the visual structures. Harmonic patterns calculate the Fibonacci levels of the price patterns to identify high probability reversal points on the charts. This method believes that harmonic patterns or cycles repeat on charts in

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Chart patterns cheat sheet

Visual Index of Chart Patterns

Here is a visual index of all the most popular chart patterns used by traders to visually trade price action in the path of least resistance. The most misunderstood concept of using chart patterns to trade is that the edge doesn’t come from their ability to predict the future or their win rate. The edge

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The Complete Guide to Technical Analysis Price Patterns

Website Articles Table of Contents with Links: What is Technical Analysis? Does Technical Analysis Work? What causes a Chart Pattern? How to Draw Trendlines on a Chart Bullish Pennant pattern Bullish Flag pattern Bearish Flag pattern Rising Wedge pattern Falling Wedge pattern Triangles pattern Symmetric Triangles pattern Ascending Triangles pattern Descending Triangles pattern Cup and

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Rounding Top

The rounding top is a bearish chart pattern in technical analysis. This pattern is formed when a chart puts in a top that forms when price curves up and then down in price. The right side of the curve will make higher highs on the left side of the move until the top price is

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