Three Line Break Charts

What are Three Line Break Charts Invented in Japan, Three Line Break charts ignore time and only change when prices move a certain amount. In this regard, these charts are quite similar to Point & Figure charts. Three Line Break charts show a series of vertical white and black lines. White lines represent rising prices, while black lines portray falling prices. Prices continue in the same direction until a reversal is warranted. A reversal occurs when the closing price exceeds the high or low of the prior two lines. Construction…

Bump and Run Reversal

Bump and Run Reversal Chart Pattern As the name implies, the Bump and Run Reversal (BARR) is a reversal pattern that forms after excessive speculation drives prices up too far, too fast. Developed by Thomas Bulkowski, the pattern was introduced in the June-97 issue of Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities and also included in his recently published book, the Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns. The pattern was originally named the Bump and Run Formation, or BARF. Bulkowski decided that Wall Street was not ready for such an acronym and changed…