An inside day is one where trading is contained within the trading range of the previous day. The longer the series of inside days that occur, the greater the likelyhood of a breakout trade opportunity.
In 1935 a book was published for sale to investors at an incredible price of $1500. That book was Profits in the Stock Market by H.M. Gartley. On page 249 Gartley describes a chart pattern, “Practical Use of Trend Lines”, which we now call the AB=CD Pattern.
A Head and Shoulders pattern on the EUR/USD daily chart A bearish reversal pattern defined by three prominent highs with a middle peak, (the head) that is higher than the other peaks (the shoulders). The neckline is drawn beneath the two price lows that separate the head from the shoulders. Downward penetration of the neckline is … Read more
A Head and Shoulders Bottom on the USD/CHF daily chart A bullish reversal pattern defined by three prominent lows with a middle low (the head) that is lower than the other lows (the shoulders). The neckline is drawn above the two price highs that separate the head from the shoulders. Upward penetration of the neckline … Read more
In technical analysis, a chart formation that resembles a human head and shoulders and is generally considered to be predictive of a price reversal. A head and shoulders top (which is considered predictive of a price decline) consists of a high price, a decline to a support level, a rally to a higher price than … Read more
Step 1 – Look for 3 WHITE SOLDIERS against Minor Price Resistance, and/or a declining Major Moving Average (10 MA, 20 MA, or 50 MA). Ideally you want to find a series of 3 green candlesticks; however, 2 green candlesticks can also work well. Step 2 – Pull up a 15 min. chart of the … Read more
Step 1 – Look for 3 BLACK CROWS resting on Minor Price Support, and/or a rising Major Moving Average (10 MA, 20 MA, or 50 MA). Ideally you want to find a series of 3 red candlesticks; however, 2 red candlesticks can also work well. Step 2 – Pull up a 15 min. chart of … Read more