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  • Coming Late: Buying Double Bottoms During Bearish Price Action

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...This pattern can present a good buying opportunity for stocks. Here's what to look for...

  • Combining Bollinger Bands With Candlesticks

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...It's quintessential technical analysis. Here's a simple strategy to trade with as well as an easy model for how to backtest it, putting together these two popular components of charting...

  • Double Bottom Pattern: Selling Earlier?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...When you enter a trade based on a chart pattern such as the double bottom, sometimes you may exit too early or sit on it for too long. Here's a look at different exit scenarios using the double bottom pattern...

  • Trading Breakaway Gaps

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Many traders like to trade breakaway gaps. How effective are they? Here, we look at backtesting results of trading different breakaway gaps to determine if they can be profitable...

  • Double Bottom Patterns: Increasing The Odds

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Any trading strategy can be improved. Here's a look at how trading double bottom patterns can be modified to give you better trading results...

  • Bullish Engulfing Pattern: To Buy Or Not To Buy?

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...When you see a familiar chart pattern on a price chart, should you automatically do what the pattern suggests, or should you look at it more closely before making the decision? Here are some scenarios that could play out when a bullish engulfing pattern appears on a price chart...

  • Double Bottoms Revisited

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Chart patterns are often thought of as subjective, but there are ways to look at them objectively. Here, we evaluate the double-bottom pattern to see how reliable it is...

  • Testing The Engulfing Bullish Pattern

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Identifying chart patterns is often subjective. Is there a way to objectively backtest chart patterns? It can be a challenge but here's one way to do it...

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