Arthur A. Merrill’s M and W patterns look like waves. There are 32 patterns, 16 of which have a unique structure. Some look like classic price patterns, have a clear structure and understandable identification rules.
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In this article, we will discuss the main price structures only. The author has plenty of patterns in store but you do not need to know all of them to trade successfully: you can choose a couple and learn how to use them properly in compliance with your capital management rules.
Today, we will get acquainted with the Spike pattern. It is rather rare on charts but provides decent trading opportunities.
Today, we will discuss popular and rather widespread patterns of graphic analysis Double Top, Triple Top and its opposite – Double Bottom, Triple Bottom.
Today, we will get acquainted with a tech analysis pattern called Diamond. Compared to other tech analysis patterns, the Diamond pattern appears rather rarely on the chart.
A Japanese candlestick chart looks like a rectangle with two "tails" on the top and at the bottom. Same as the bars reflects four prices...
The Triangle pattern appears on different charts rather frequently. Normally, the Wedge is considered a reversal pattern, forming on maximums and minimums of a price chart in an up- or downtrend. A Wedge is quite similar to a Triangle, forming between the two converging support and resistance lines.
A chart pattern means a repeated element in different spheres of life – nature, psychology, music, design, trading, etc. When it comes to trading, a pattern is a stable and repeated combination of data on prices, volumes, or indicators.