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Signals based on price chart patterns
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Chartists analyze price chart and try to find patterns that give them signals to buy or sell securities. The patterns are much more used for trading purposes then long term investment. The most known patterns are: 

 

 

Symmetrical Triangle: Uptrend (Bullish)

Symmetrical triangles are often interpreted as area of indecision. A moment when the market pauses and wonders about future direction. If the price line goes out by crossing the top side of the triangle, it's interpreted as a purchase signal.

 

Symmetrical Triangle: Downtrend (Bearish)

If the price line goes out by crossing the bottom side of the triangle, it's interpreted as a sale signal.

 

Ascending Triangle: Uptrend (Bullish)

Ascending triangle is a variant of the bullish symmetrical triangle and is interpreted as a purchase signal. This pattern is supposed to more reliable when found in an uptrend.

 

Descending Triangle: Down trend (Bearish)

Usually found in a downtrend, descending triangle is a variant of the bearish and is interpreted as a sale signal.

 

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