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Killer Patterns Updated
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In this eBook are several patterns which produce
great trading signals/ trading opportunities for
trading stocks, futures, FOREX and so on --
especially when two or more of these patterns occur
at once in the same time frame or in more than one
All jargon or terms like **this** are explained
later so that identifying and using these killer
patterns is extremely easy.
When there is info like [[this]] it means these
terms are being explained. If you already know what
these terms mean – you’ll know what to miss out.
OK let’s get to it...
Entering a **short trade** based on three sell
signals would be a no-brainer, especially if one of
these sell signals was the one shown on page 19.
[[Entering a short trade means selling to start
with, without having bought anything first - and
this is also known as selling to open a position.
The opposite is entering a long trade, which means
buying to start with, without having sold anything
first – and this is also known as buying to open a
Furthermore, the longer the time frame that the
patterns occur in the longer the move is likely to
be -- either up or down. So patterns noticed on the
weekly charts will produce bigger moves than
patterns noticed on the daily charts. Also, signals
in longer time frames are more reliable than
signals given in shorter time frames.