Today we'll talk about the Wedge. Visually, the figure resembles a triangle. However, this pattern produces clearer signals. During the formation of the triangle, you have to wait for the breakout of one of the triangle sides in order to determine the further price movement. The wedge gives a clear reversal signal.
Time to learn a bit more about the unique method of checking the signal quality. If you missed my previous article, be sure to read it before applying the filter.
Earlier in our blog, we talked about the structure of Japanese candlesticks and the main candlestick patterns. Unfortunately, learning a few patterns might not be enough for a high-quality technical analysis. To understand and correctly predict further market behavior, you need to figure out how to analyze the Japanese candlesticks. Let's get down to it.
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