Chart pattern

MarketWatch  Mar 21  Comment 
A bearish chart pattern known as a “death cross” has appeared this week in the charts for two major equity benchmarks — Germany’s DAX and the Stoxx Europe 600.
MarketWatch  Mar 16  Comment 
A bearish chart pattern known as a “death cross” is close to appearing in bitcoin’s chart.
MarketWatch  Dec 11  Comment 
Tesla’s stock surges above a couple key moving averages for the first time in weeks, just as a bearish “death cross” pattern appears.
MarketWatch  Aug 16  Comment 
There are a number of signs in Snap’s stock chart that suggest a bottom has been seen, but candlestick chart guru Steve Nison recommends waiting until resistance gives was before buying.
MarketWatch  Oct 21  Comment 
The Dow Jones Industrial Average’s decadeslong streak of closing below the 50-day moving average without falling enough to touch its 200-day moving average, coupled with some bearish breadth readings, suggests the recent uptrend is over.
MarketWatch  Oct 10  Comment 
The S&P 500 will reach the point of a “symmetrical triangle” pattern that suggests a big breakout is coming, with one chart watcher saying a selloff is more likely.
MarketWatch  Apr 21  Comment 
After a rip-roaring ride, the S&P 500’s zest to ride higher might be losing some serious momentum. That is according to a candlestick pattern that appeared ion the S&P 500’s trading action on April 20 known as doji.
MarketWatch  Apr 7  Comment 
The dollar has been getting crushed by the yen, Incredible Hulk style. It’s one technical pattern that investors probably should have seen coming.
MarketWatch  Nov 2  Comment 
Recent moves in the S&P 500 index have at least one chart expert seeing a bearish technical patterns.
Forbes  Jul 30  Comment 
The U.S. dollar may be forming a chart pattern that indicates another strong rally ahead.


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A chart pattern is a pattern that is formed within a chart when prices are graphed. In stock and commodity markets trading, chart pattern studies play a large role during technical analysis. When data is plotted there is usually a pattern which naturally occurs and repeats over a period of time. Chart patterns are used as either reversal or continuation signals.

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