descending triangle

Descending Triangle

In technical analysis, a series of high and low prices for a security that, when plotted on a chart, looks vaguely like a triangle pointed to the right. A descending triangle indicates that both the highs and the low are lowering. It is a bearish signal. See also: Triangle, Ascending Triangle.

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descending triangle
In technical analysis, a triangle-shaped chart formation indicating a downward price for a stock and characterized by a nearly vertical left side, nearly horizontal bottom, and downward sloping third side that dips to the right. A descending triangle is a bearish indicator in which a sell signal is confirmed if the price breaks through the bottom side. Compare ascending triangle.
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As one may see from the chart provided below, EURCHF has been oscillating in a clean descending triangle over the last 11 months.
counterpart in what appears to be a descending triangle.
Hollywood Entertainment Corporation the video retailer has formed a descending triangle at its 200 day moving average.
In broader terms, price action from mid-July looks to be setting up a descending triangle, a bearish continuation pattern.
lt;span style="color: #0000ff;">An example of a descending triangle which is normally a bearish signal.
We now take a step back to reassess the overall trend: looking at weekly bars, we see that EURUSD is setting up a Descending Triangle, a bearish continuation pattern, broadly favoring a breakout below support marked by the double bottom near 1.
One interesting thing to note is the descending triangle the shares appear to be making (see the chart below).
A Bearish Descending Triangle is a continuation pattern that typically appears after a decline in price.
37, an area marked by the upper boundary of a descending triangle bearish reversal setup that has unfolded since August of last year.
This is part of a descending triangle formation going back to August 2002.
S&P 500 Index (CIN:SPX) is caught in a descending triangle and below its 10-dma.
A Bearish Descending Triangle is a <strong>bearish continuation pattern </strong>that typically appears after a decline in price.