II.10. The concept of technical analysis figures: triangle, flag, head and shoulders, breakdown, rebound, strait, protorgovka, shot, false breakdown.

In this section, we will consider a number of fundamentally important figures of technical analysis, which, in addition to levels and trends, allow us to earn fairly fast and guaranteed methods. Let’s go straight to the examples so as not to waste time. The “Triangle” shape. After the price spring is compressed, there is usually a rebound at the end of the triangle.

Fig.45. Sberbank stock, hourly chart.

Fig.46. Gazprom action hourly chart. Triangle The “Flag” shape. The flag also forms a price rebound on the principle of a spring.

Fig.47. Gazprom action, hourly chart. Inverted flag

Fig.48. Sberbank stock, hourly chart. Flag.

Fig.49. Lukoil stock, hourly chart. Inverted flag. Figure head and shoulders. Figure 50 shows the situation with the formation of the head and shoulders in the classical formulation with the collapse of the market.

Fig.50. Bitcoin graph, head and shoulders.

Fig.51. Gazprom action. Head and shoulders.

Fig.52. Gazprom action. Inverted head and shoulders. Level breakdown.

Fig.53. Gazprom JSC action. Breakdown of a very strong level of 280 rubles, first down in volume 1, then up in volume 2.

Fig.54. Sberbank JSC stock. The breakdown of a very strong level of 220 rubles, first up in volume 1, then down in volume 2. Rebound from the level. Bounces are one of the most important figures that allow us to earn maximum money in transactions with shoulders.

Fig.55. Sberbank action. Rebound from the most powerful level of 80 rubles.

Fig.56. Lukoil share. Rebound from the 5000 rubles level.

Fig.57. Rosneft stock. Rebound from the level of 340 rubles. The Strait figure. Based on the name, it displays a sharp decline in price, which does not allow traders who are in long positions to even understand what is happening (the effect of the boa constrictor on banderlogs from “Mowgli”). Powerful short signal.

Fig.58. Rosneft stock. Chic strait from the price of 480 rubles to the price of 230 rubles.

Fig.59. The ALROSA campaign. Strait from the price of 85 rubles, to the price of 51 rubles.

Fig.60. Surgut campaign. The strait from the price of 48 rubles to the price of 25 rubles. Figure “Protorgovka”. It is necessary to distinguish between flat and protorgovka. Trading usually takes less than a long period of time. During the trading, large players either gain a position or get rid of a previously gained position. Let’s move on to the examples.

Fig.61. Bitcoin. Trading with a position set by a major player after the price drop.

Fig.62. Bitcoin. Protorgovka with the reset of the position by a major player after the price increase.

Fig.63. Mechel JSC action. A position set by a major player before the market spurt upwards.

Fig.64. Gazprom action. Position set at points 1-2. Additional position set at points 3-4. Reset position at points 5-6-7.

The “Lumbago” figure. A sharp price jump up or down with an almost instantaneous return to the original position or so. Catching shots is sometimes called “catching daggers”. Given the high speed of the bullet, this idea seems risky to us, although there is a possibility of ultra-fast profit. Let’s move on to the examples.

Fig.65. USDRUB. Lumbago to the price of 80 rubles.

Fig.66. Gazprom action. A shot to the price of 126.53 rubles.

Fig.67. Sberbank action. A shot to the price of 185.34.

The “False Breakdown” figure. The search for false breakouts is the lot of trading professionals. A false breakdown can be formed by either one bar or two bars: one up and the second immediately down to the old price. A false breakdown allows us to detect the tactics of a major player and his intentions to “deceive” other players. Here are some examples.

Fig.68. Gazprom action. False breakouts in p. 1 and 2.

Fig.69. Gazprom action. False breakouts in p .1-2-3.

Fig.70. Sberbank action. False breakouts in p .1-2-3.

Fig.71. Sberbank action. False breakouts in p .1-2-3.

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