The Symmetrical Triangle is usually a continuation pattern. It represents a pause in the existing uptrend after which the original uptrend gets resumes. A breakout from the upper trend line marks the continuation of an uptrend while a breakdown from the lower trend line marks the start of a new bearish trend . This pattern is also known as a wedge chart pattern.
The above is the my style of looking into the opportunities in the triangle pattern. Only after good time spent on this pattern will make things easy for you to take this trades.
Always . .
Take a pattern, spend more time on it, when you get used to it, you will start fall in love with it, when you love it you know about it well !!! That's the magic.
Example of a bullish symmetric triangle breakout on BankNifty as observed on the 15 min charts.
As the price moves between the converging trendlines, the point closest to the tip of the triangle, presents a good entry point to go long. The stop loss for the trade was the previous swing low and the target was the day's high. Giving a good 80-90 point profit, with...