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I bought on the breakout from the flag, or earlier, and price stopped me out. Do not let that happen to you. Never buy a stock showing an HTF until price closes above the top of the chart pattern. Returning to the numbers, I found that half the HTFs failed to rise more than 19 percent after the breakout, and 18 percent failed to rise at least 5 percent. Sixty-two percent of the HTFs failed to cover the stop loss (meaning they climbed less than 27 percent). In other words, you can make a lot of money trading HTFs, but the road to riches is a bumpy one.
4. If price closes below point 3, then the trend has changed from up to down. I show the line as the sell line. For downtrends, reverse the setup. 1. Find the lowest recent low in a series of lower lows and lower highs (a downtrend). 5 as point 4. 2. Look to the left of point 4 and find the prior high that is equal to or higher than point 4. The high on that day is point 5. 3. Look for the next price bar to the left of point 5 that is equal to or higher than point 5. I show that as point 6. 4. If price closes above the high at point 6, then the trend is said to have changed from down to up.
1 shows an example of this. The HTF begins at A and climbs to B, which is the top of the flagpole. Then it forms a tight flag, to C (in the shape of a pennant chart pattern). Price drops out of the pennant and drops to D, below the low price posted in the flag portion of the HTF. Price moves horizontally before finally making a drive higher, rising just 17 percent above the top at B and then declining almost 35 percent to F. • If price forms congestion regions and pauses during formation of the flagpole, there is a good change it will wobble after the breakout.
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