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“4 chart patterns that I’ve come to respect”

by Editorial Staff
Updated: August 17, 2021

Every trader knows the sting of defeat. Getting surprised by price action stinks -- but usually, it's not the market's "fault."

More often than not, the surprise is the result of something you missed or ignored.

Watch our Trader's Classroom editor Jeffrey Kennedy walk you through some bar and chart patterns that he "learned not to ignore."

Jeffrey walks you through the real-market chart of WLTW.

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"I think it's going higher." -- "Pretty sure it's gonna crash from here."

Listen to some traders talk, and you'll hear phrases like that a lot.

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