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AXSTONE'S FINAL WAVE (5)

savvydon

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I'm going to take a wild guess here and say that the author has drawn two trend lines that attempt to describe the behavior of the price of gold since the recent November low. This past Friday's action broke above that upper trend line to give an early indication that perhaps gold is ready to break out of this current bottoming process. Many more hurdles left to go. I'm sure.

Whoops! the author beat me to the punch!
 

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Falling Wedge
The falling wedge is a bullish pattern that begins wide at the top and contracts as the price moves lower and the trading range narrows. The falling wedge can be classified as a continuation pattern or a reversal pattern. For a continuation pattern, the falling wedge will slope down, but the slope will go against the current up-trend. On the other hand, a falling wedge reversal pattern will slope down and trade with the prevailing down-trend. But regardless of either type, the pattern is considered to be bullish for the security in question.

The falling wedge pattern usually spans 3 to 6 months and can provide traders with a signal that the current trend is about to reverse. For the falling wedge to form, it takes at least two reaction highs, with each high being lower than the previous one to form the upper resistance line. Also, at least two reaction lows should be in place, with each low being lower than the previous one to form the lower support line. The upper resistance line should then converge with the lower support line, signalling that there is not enough sellers at the lower prices to keep pace with the slope of the upper resistance line. This loss of selling momentum on each successive low thus gives the falling wedge pattern its bullish bias. As always, the pattern is not confirmed until a resistance level is broken, which, in this case, is the down-sloping upper resistance line.
falling wedge

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source : http://forextv.com/falling-wedge/
 

Strawboss

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Ax - I feel you my brother...
So sure...and yet so helpless to get others to see the obvious truth...

Big sigh....
 

Zed

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Holding the month over 1578 Loonies would be good! Very positive looking chart but a little HOT. It would be good to see a high level consolidation @ least over 1550. Either way it looks like a completed bottom.

 

Zed

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That is a bull flag Ax.... when it breaks upward that is! Like the confidence? --> WHEN?! Oh crap... better run, LOL.