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Guidelines for trading by Ascending Triangles

frees2020
Oct 15 2018 at 07:18
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Guidelines for trading by Ascending Triangles

Ascending triangles are wedge-shaped patterns that break out most often upward. The triangle can act as a reversal or continuation of the existing price trend.

Busts the ascending triangle A busted ascending triangle occurs when price breaks out in one direction, moves less than 10 percent before reversing, and continues in the new direction to close above the top or below the bottom of the triangle.

Horizontal top line Price along the top follows a horizontal trend

Up-sloping bottom line Price makes a series of higher valleys, following a trendline. The two trendlines converge

Price crossing Price must cross the pattern from side to side, filling the triangle with movement. Avoid patterns with excessive white space in the center of the triangle

Breakout Can be in any direction, but is upward the majority of the time.

When searching for ascending triangles, make sure price crosses the chart pattern from side to side several times. Price should not be bunched up near the start nor near the end with an empty white hole in the middle

An ascending triangle forms because of increasing demand at lower prices matched with selling at a constant price.

The breakout from an ascending triangle is upward 64 percent of the time based on research completed in 2011 using over 1,600 ascending triangles in both bull and bear markets.

The apex of a triangle is where price tends to form a short-term peak or valley.

Measure rule
Compute the height of the formation at the start of the
triangle. Add the result to the price of the horizontal trend line
(upward breakout) or subtract it from the break price
(downward breakout). The result is the minimum price target.
For trading signals
Wait for confirmation Buy the pair when price closes beyond the trend line.

Sell on measure rule
For short-term traders sell trading signals generate when pair nears the target (see
measure rule). For intermediate- and long-term traders, hold
the pair until fundamentals or market conditions change.
Sell on downward breakout
If you own the stock and it breaks out downward, sell. If you
do not own it, sell it short. Should the stock pull back, that is
another opportunity to sell, sell short, or add to your short
position.


Adribaasmet
Oct 18 2018 at 07:02
posts 989
frees2020 posted:

Guidelines for trading by Ascending Triangles

Ascending triangles are wedge-shaped patterns that break out most often upward. The triangle can act as a reversal or continuation of the existing price trend.

Busts the ascending triangle A busted ascending triangle occurs when price breaks out in one direction, moves less than 10 percent before reversing, and continues in the new direction to close above the top or below the bottom of the triangle.

Horizontal top line Price along the top follows a horizontal trend

Up-sloping bottom line Price makes a series of higher valleys, following a trendline. The two trendlines converge

Price crossing Price must cross the pattern from side to side, filling the triangle with movement. Avoid patterns with excessive white space in the center of the triangle

Breakout Can be in any direction, but is upward the majority of the time.

When searching for ascending triangles, make sure price crosses the chart pattern from side to side several times. Price should not be bunched up near the start nor near the end with an empty white hole in the middle

An ascending triangle forms because of increasing demand at lower prices matched with selling at a constant price.

The breakout from an ascending triangle is upward 64 percent of the time based on research completed in 2011 using over 1,600 ascending triangles in both bull and bear markets.

The apex of a triangle is where price tends to form a short-term peak or valley.

Measure rule
Compute the height of the formation at the start of the
triangle. Add the result to the price of the horizontal trend line
(upward breakout) or subtract it from the break price
(downward breakout). The result is the minimum price target.
For trading signals
Wait for confirmation Buy the pair when price closes beyond the trend line.

Sell on measure rule
For short-term traders sell trading signals generate when pair nears the target (see
measure rule). For intermediate- and long-term traders, hold
the pair until fundamentals or market conditions change.
Sell on downward breakout
If you own the stock and it breaks out downward, sell. If you
do not own it, sell it short. Should the stock pull back, that is
another opportunity to sell, sell short, or add to your short
position.



To be honest, it’s really hard to accumulate all of your points without a picture! So, please… if possible add a relevant picture here!

AniLorak
Oct 21 2018 at 06:50
posts 920
What are the preferable trading pairs for Triangles trading strategy according to your guidelines? Thank you.

AkbarM
Oct 23 2018 at 13:35
posts 9
Do you use any indicators to help with break outs? Like RSI or stochastic? I tried triangle break outs a few years ago but there were to many fake outs

AniLorak
Oct 24 2018 at 14:14
posts 920
AkbarM posted:
Do you use any indicators to help with break outs? Like RSI or stochastic? I tried triangle break outs a few years ago but there were to many fake outs


For breakout trading I use Fibo as support/resistant tool! It helps me a lot! No doubt, breakout trading is challenging because of high ratios of fake pattern.

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