TechCrunch  Mar 19  Comment 
Autonomous vehicles are increasingly becoming the shiny object in Silicon Valley. But the opportunity doesn’t just extend to cars driving around the streets of a major metropolitan area, and Igino Cafiero and Aubrey Donnellan hope to take it...
The Hindu Business Line  Mar 12  Comment 
IndianOil Corporation Ltd and Tata Motors have launched the trial demonstration of the country’s first hydrogen fuel cell bus. A company statement said that the bus was flagged off during the 47th
The Hindu Business Line  Mar 8  Comment 
A tricolour with stripes of red, white and yellow with the Karnataka State emblem featuring a two-headed mythical bird in the middle is proposed to become the new flag of the State. Karnatak
NPR  Mar 7  Comment 
The Electronic Frontier Foundation says federal agents may be using the computer repair technicians to circumvent Fourth Amendment protections against warrantless searches.
New York Times  Feb 25  Comment 
The International Olympic Committee voted on Sunday to maintain its doping-related restrictions on Russia until all drug test results from the 2018 Games are in.
New York Times  Feb 22  Comment 
The debate over whether Russia gets its flag for the closing ceremony is delaying talk about a more substantive issue: Russian athletes are still doping.
MarketWatch  Feb 19  Comment 
Goldman Sachs warns that the U.S. government is pushing fiscal policy into “uncharted territory,” with plans to significantly ramp up spending yet not bring in revenue via tax hikes. And it’s a threat to growth, they warn.
The Economic Times  Feb 19  Comment 
Market analysts expect the Nifty50 to retest the 10,200-10,033 zone in the near future.
New York Times  Feb 17  Comment 
Israel responded with two waves of airstrikes on an attack tunnel and military targets across Gaza. A rocket fired at Israel struck the roof of a home but did not explode.
New York Times  Feb 16  Comment 
Mr. Cruz, the suspect in the Parkland, Fla., school shooting, had no criminal history. But his childhood was certainly difficult.


A flag is a charting pattern that looks like a flag with a mast on either side. Flags result from price fluctuations within a narrow range and mark a consolidation before the previous move resumes. Likewise, "pennant" formations are usually treated like flag formations because they are very similar in appearance, tend to show up at the same place in an existing trend, and have the same volume and measuring criteria.

Flags and pennants are among the most reliable of continuation patterns and only rarely produce a trend reversal. The only difference between the two patterns is that a flag resembles a parallelogram (or rectangle) marked by two parallel trend lines that tend to slope against the prevailing trend. The pennant, however, is identified by two converging trend lines and more horizontal which resembles a small symmetrical triangle. They are both characterized by diminishing trade volume and though different, the measuring implications are the same.

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