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Kicker Pattern

Kicker Pattern What is 'Kicker Pattern' A two-bar candlestick pattern that is used to predict a change in the direction of the trend for an asset's price. This pattern is characterized by

Kicker

Kicker What is 'Kicker' 1. A right, exercisable warrant, or other feature that is added to a debt instrument to make it more desirable to potential investors by giving the debt holder the

Head And Shoulders Pattern

Head And Shoulders Pattern What is a 'Head And Shoulders Pattern' In technical analysis, a head and shoulders pattern describes a specific chart formation that predicts a bullish-to-bearis

Hanging Man

DefinitionThe Hanged Man is the twelfth trump or Major Arcana card in most traditional Tarot decks. It is used in game playing as well as in divination. Hanging Man What is a 'Hanging Man'

Impulse Wave Pattern

Impulse Wave Pattern What is 'Impulse Wave Pattern' A term used in the Elliott wave theory to describe the strong move in a stock's price coinciding with the main direction of the underlyi

Saucer

DefinitionA saucer is a type of small dishware. While in the Middle Ages a saucer was used for serving condiments and sauces, currently the term is used to denote a small plate or shallow bo

Sanku (Three Gaps) Pattern

Sanku (Three Gaps) Pattern What is 'Sanku (Three Gaps) Pattern' The Japanese word for a candlestick pattern that consists of three individual gaps located within a well-defined trend. Afte

Backdating

DefinitionOptions backdating is the practice of altering the date a stock option was granted, to a usually earlier date at which the underlying stock price was lower. This is a way of repric

Cup and Handle

DefinitionIn the domain of technical analysis of market prices, a cup and handle or cup with handle formation is a chart pattern consisting of a drop in the price and a rise back up to the o

Golden Cross

Golden Cross To understand the golden cross, we need to first get a sense of moving averages and, particularly, the short-term, and the longer-term moving averages. Moving averages are creat
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