Continuation Pattern

Continuation Pattern

In technical analysis, a temporary deviation from a previous trend that signals that it will soon begin to follow that trend again. Continuation patterns are most accurate in the medium term (one to three months). Common continuation patterns include widgets, triangles, and flags.
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This is a typical continuation pattern, indicating a further downside towards $40.
A rising channel is a continuation pattern where prices show bullish signals along a channel marked by two parallel lines.
A bearish continuation pattern in the consolidation channel is confirmed.
Indeed the price action suggests a continuation pattern rather than a top.
A bullish continuation pattern in consolidation channel is confirmed.
A continuation pattern with a long, black body followed by another black body that has gapped below the first one.
A Bullish Pennant Pattern is a continuation pattern that usually follows a large run up in price.
A Bull Flag is a continuation pattern that generally occurs after a large run up in price.
The symmetrical triangle is often a continuation pattern.
An Ascending Triangle Pattern is a continuation pattern and usually occurs after a large run up in price.
A Bear Flag is a continuation pattern that generally occurs after a decline in price.
A Bearish Descending Triangle is a continuation pattern that typically appears after a decline in price.