In this guide you’ll understand useful continuation and reversal patterns. You’ll also learn triangles aren’t just for high school geometry, head and shoulders isn’t just a shampoo, and cup and handles aren’t just for English tea. Sure, you could put these terms into your search engine and probably get a pretty good explanation in one page.
But this isn’t about explanation. It’s about being able to locate identifiers and triggers on when a pattern is succeeding or failing. It’s about understanding how these patterns can help you mitigate the downside of every trade. It’s about determining and identifying when supply or demand is likely in any market. This is when asymmetrical opportunities present themselves. (Pssst, when you see “asymmetrical opportunities,” that means juicy trades).