Both the double top and triple top are toppings patterns, so when the pattern “completes” consider exiting long positions and focus on taking short positions. The uptrend is now over and a downtrend is likely underway
Multiple Bottom Pattern
A double bottom pattern describes the drop of a stock or index, a rebound, another drop to the same or similar level as the original drop, and finally another rebound. The double bottom looks like the letter “W”. The twice-touched low is considered a support level.
Head and Shoulders Pattern
The head and shoulders pattern is believed to be one of the most reliable trend reversal patterns. It is one of several top patterns that signal, with varying degrees of accuracy, that an upward trend is nearing its end.
Inverse Head and Shoulders
An inverse head and shoulders pattern, upon completion, signals a bull market. Investors typically enter into a long position when the price rises above the resistance of the neckline
Wedge Resistance and Support
Wedge patterns are usually characterized by converging trend lines over 10 to 50 trading periods. The patterns may be considered rising or falling wedges depending on their direction. These patterns have an unusually good track record for forecasting price reversals.
There is a lot going on here. Graphics, ad banners, and lots of numbers! Let’s try and break it all down for you:
Starting with the Top Bar:
Menu: You can find the bulk of Divtracker’s functionality within this function
Search/Add: Potential securities can be viewed here and be quickly added to this portfolio
Calendars: Your portfolio organized on a calendar, making a visual masterpiece of your holdings by Ex-Dividend date. Platinum members have access to two additional calendar slices (pay date and earnings date).
Moving on to the middle of the Summary screen:
Filter and Sorting
And lastly, the bottom section of the Summary screen
…last but not least, don’t forget those Action Buttons!