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Article Archive For Keyword: Chart Patterns

  • 'Trendy' Chart Patterns

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Which chart patterns precede a strong breakout move?

  • Bearish Chart Patterns - The Gap, Inc.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Price patterns and relative performance hint this stock could be trending down.

  • Bullish Chart Patterns by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Bullish Chart Patterns by Thomas Bulkowski Can you recognize bullish patterns when they appear? Find out what they look like here. One day, the market will find a bottom and start building a base from which to launch another bull market. Will your mark

  • Cycles and chart patterns by Anthony F. Herbst

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Cycles and chart patterns by Anthony F. Herbst Many who analyze price charts of stocks or commodities recognize that cycles influence the patterns they observe. But few carry this insight through the logical steps that could mean better trade timing. Th

  • Do Chart Patterns Still Work? Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Do Chart Patterns Still Work? Thomas Bulkowski Has the failure rate of chart patterns increased in recent years? IN the last several years, have you found it more difficult to make money in the stock market? Do you get the feeling that indicators are l

  • Dueling Chart Patterns For Pride International

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Two potentially conflicting chart patterns are battling it out for the future of Pride International.

  • Identifying Bearish Chart Patterns (I) by Thomas N. Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Identifying Bearish Chart Patterns (I) by Thomas N. Bulkowski Bearish chart patterns form at the top of a bear market. What do they look like? Since March 2003, the market has been trending upward. As I write this in August 2003, I'm starting to see be

  • Identifying Bearish Chart Patterns (II) by Thomas N. Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Identifying Bearish Chart Patterns (II) by Thomas N. Bulkowski Here's the second and final installment about bearish chart patterns. S omeone I know once made the bold statement that there is a chart pattern for any trend that ends. I don't know if tha

  • Interview: Chart Patterns, Trading, and Dan Zanger by Matt Blackman

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Interview: Chart Patterns, Trading, and Dan Zanger by Matt Blackman Trader Dan Zanger of Chartpattern.com first hit the media spotlight in December 2000 when he was featured in a Fortune article. The article, entitled "My Stocks Are Up 10,000%!" discuss

  • Investigating chart patterns using Markov analysis by Curtis McKallip, Jr.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Investigating chart patterns using Markov analysis by Curtis McKallip, Jr. Most traders, at one time or another, have utilized elementary price patterns such as trendlines, triangles, gaps, and flags. The identifying characteristics and measuring proper

  • Plurality Of Chart Patterns

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Pick the strongest stocks in the next runaway move by using the plurality of chart patterns concept.

  • Qualified Chart Patterns

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Changing market conditions may mean you should rethink your analysis.

  • Sidebar: The geometry of chart patterns by Teresa Lo

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...V. 22:9 (50-52): Sidebar: The geometry of chart patterns by Teresa Lo Pattern recognition is made simple using the swing lines of the classic swing indicator. Together with PowerSwing bars (not shown), the indicators act as visual aids, and basic geomet

  • The Edge In Chart Patterns, Part 1

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...When you see a chart pattern forming, most likely, others will see it too. What gives you an edge when you trade a chart pattern? This two-part article will help answer that question

  • The Edge In Chart Patterns, Part 2

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Part 1 of this article showed how you can use a trading system to define the edge that a chart pattern gives you. This concluding part will elaborate on three practical issues relating to this subject: market frictions, sample populations, and capital re

  • The Stepchild Of Chart Patterns

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The inverted cup with handle may be the chart pattern that does it for you, if only you’d let it!

  • Three Basic Chart Patterns

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...As you develop your chart-reading skills, here are a few basic patterns to master.

  • Tiny Chart Patterns: Stinkers Or Stalwarts? by Thomas N. Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 22:4 (44-48): Tiny Chart Patterns: Stinkers Or Stalwarts? by Thomas N. Bulkowski Recognizing tiny chart patterns may be all the edge you need to make a killing in the market, but do they work? In two prior articles, I discussed

  • Uncommon Chart Patterns by Thomas Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Uncommon Chart Patterns by Thomas Bulkowski Some bullish chart patterns are rare, and some are simply not well known. Read this to find out about both. A few months ago, I received e-mail from someone asking about identification techniques for chart pa

  • Volume Shapes And Chart Patterns by Thomas N. Bulkowski

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Stocks & Commodities V. 23:8 (36-39): Volume Shapes And Chart Patterns by Thomas N. Bulkowski Do volume shapes predict postbreakout performance from chart patterns? In the second edition of my Encyclopedia Of Chart Patterns, I introduced a concept that

What Powers Chart Patterns? by Thomas N. Bulkowski

Working Money: The Stepchild of Chart Patterns by Kenny Gilliland







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