Double Top

  1. Trading Double Tops And Double Bottoms

    We look at how Bollinger Bands help accurately project entry and exit points for ...
  2. Tweezers Provide Short-Term Precision For Forex ...

    Precise and short, the tweezer setup is similar to the more popular double top/bottom ...
  3. Trading The MACD Divergence

    Currency traders can use this method to avoid stop-order triggers before the real ...
  4. Trade Forex With A Directional Strategy

    Opening long or short positions to cash in on a trend is one of the simplest ways ...
  5. Introduction To Technical Analysis Price Patterns

    To "find your game" in technical analysis, you need to be able to recognize reversals ...
  6. Using Double Tops And Double Bottoms In Currency ...

    Find out how to apply the two most common price reversal patterns to your trading. ...
  1. Stocks Poised For A Breakout, Or Multiple Top?

    These four stocks are at critical junctures, a breakout higher could set a bullish ...
  2. Stocks With Multiple Tops: Breaking Higher or ...

    These four stocks have bumped up against a resistance level multiple times, but haven't ...
  1. What are the most common Bearish patterns used by traders?

    Discover some of the commonly used bearish chart patterns that traders identify as potential market turning points to the ...
  2. What are the main differences between a double top and a double bottom?

    Identify double tops and double bottoms, and learn what each could mean for the security's current price trend. Discover ...
  3. How effective are double tops in spotting a change in the overall trend?

    Learn about the double top price chart pattern, a commonly appearing indicator used to establish resistance levels and possible ...
  4. What are common trading strategies when identifying a double top

    Learn strategies traders use when a double top pattern is spotted. This pattern is common and can be profitable in the equity ...
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