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Price Action / Chart Patterns

Square Roots

Years ago, I sought to make sense of the (seemingly) several billion price patterns identified for charts. In this process, I found six topping and bottoming structures which presented themselves on a routine basis. This
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Double Top or Bottom Pullbacks

This is one of the six topping and bottoming structures found around every point of reversal on your charts. Double or top or bottom pullbacks essentially the reverse sequence of square roots. Due to the
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A Quasimodo / Over and Under Price Pattern Revision

I have been treating this blog like a personal log of observations for years, and one of the first patterns I wrote about was the over and under (nicknamed “Quasimodo” by some of our members). The bulk of
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USDJPY Forex Chart Price Pattern

Momentum-Based Triple Taps

I have mentioned these in quite a few posts in the past, but never gave them the attention they truly deserve.  When nothing is really “new”, I say it, and this very simple yet grossly
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Clearance Thrust Forex Price Pattern Pump Before Dump

Clearance Thrusts – The Pump Before The Dump

It wan't until yesterday I realized that this old pattern of mine had never made its way to this site, so here it is (as I promised one of our readers). I generally don't attach much fanfare
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Triple Taps Price Pattern Forex

Triple Taps

“Triple Taps” simply refer to 3+ successively lower lows or higher highs.  Price action after the occurrence can signify either long or short entries in both circumstances.  Usually, of course, you're going to find these around major areas of
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Liquidity Gaps and Spike Removals

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_video link=””][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1552061939715{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”]Video notes: Liquidity gaps can be valuable in both dissecting price and distinguishing major reversal points or price targets. When using as a meter to take profits, do so when gap
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Price Symmetry, Highs & Lows: Step by Step Thinking Process

I'm oftentimes very critical of my work on this blog, as the material in it only encompasses a rather small percentage of what I would consider a full interpretation of price, and has yet to
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Trading Range Breakouts

Consolidation is the result of indecision and lack of conviction of the consensus of traders across the globe. Cyclical patterns develop, which at one point or another, get busted. I though I would write up
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