You've seen them: Those periods on charts when prices swing up, then down, then up again ... each leg gets shorter and shorter ... then things seem to completely stall ... until -- boom! Prices spike.
"Triangles." In Elliott wave terms, that's what those periods are called -- and they are highly reliable price patterns.
Reliable, because triangles only appear at specific points in the larger Elliott wave pattern.
Also -- because once a triangle ends, prices reliably break out -- hard.
This free video teaches you how to spot a triangle -- so that you're ready to capture the coming, reliable, big spike.
Market in focus: Disney (NYSE: DIS).
(Your instructor is our long-time Trader's Classroom editor and opportunity expert, Jeffrey Kennedy.)
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