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Key aspects of a falling wedge are summarised as follows;
A Wedge formation is similar to a triangle in appearance in that they have converging trendlines. A falling wedge is generally a bullish chart pattern that begins wide at the top and contracts as the prices move lower. This pattern has a series of lower highs and lower lows.
The following chart on EURGBP (Nov2006) illustrates a good example of a falling wedge, and this was covered live at one of my live Webinar enabling traders to pull the trigger, thus far it has been a very good profitable trade.
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The bullish bias is generally realised when there is a break of the resistance line...
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