Lessons Covered In Module 8
Lessons 1-2: Continuation Patterns
In lessons 1 & 2 you will begin to learn what continuation patterns are, why they are useful to us and how can we use them to find high probability continuation moves.
Lessons 3-4: Bullish Flag Pattern
In lessons 3-4 we breakdown the first continuation pattern which is known as a 'Bullish flag pattern' This pattern allows us to get involved in continuation moves at a very good point of entry.
Lessons 5: Bearish Flag Pattern
In this lesson we look at the opposite side of the bullish flag pattern which is known as the 'Bearish flag pattern' which is seen when we see bearish market movement.
Lesson 6-7: Bearish Flag Examples
In lessons 6-7 you will get to see how bearish flag patterns look in real price action so you can learn how to to identify them and what they look like when using technical analysis.
Lesson 8-11: Bullish Flag Examples
In lessons 8-9 you will get to see how bullish flag patterns look in real price action, so you can learn how to to identify them and what they look like when using technical analysis.
Lesson 12: Summary Of Flag Patterns
Lesson 12 recaps on what you have learned about flag patterns, highlting key principles and concepts so you know how to identify them correctly.
Lesson 13-14: Bullish Pennant Patterns
In these lessons you will be introduced to Pennant patterns and the first variation you will learn is the 'Bullish Pennant Pattern', This is another pattern that allows us to identify potential continuation moves.
Lesson 15-16: Bearish Pennant Patterns
Lessons 15-16 breakdowns the second variation to the pennant pattern known as the 'Bearish Pennant Pattern'. This pattern is used to identify bearish continuation moves where its opposite identities bullish moves.
Lesson 17-18: Ascending Triangles
Across these lessons you will learn what Triangle patterns are, how we can use them in the market and what tell us in terms of future market moves. You will learn how to identify them, see different variations, charting examples and much more.
Lesson 18-19: Descending Triangles
While we have the ascending triangle patterns there is also the bearish version known as the 'Descending triangle' this signals a potential bearish market move when fulfilled.
Lesson 20-22: Descending Triangles Examples
Over there lesson we dive deeper into descending triangle patterns by looking at some charting examples.
Lesson 23-24: Ascending Triangles Examples
As we come to the end of this module we look at ascending triangle patterns one more time by looking at some different charting exmaples to give you a better understanding of this pattern.
Lesson 25-27: Continuation Pattern Summary
This has been a big module and for the last few lessons we recap and summarise all the different concepts and topics we have introduced and broken down throughout this module of continuation patterns.