The stochastic oscillator is a momentum indicator comparing the closing price of a security to the range of its prices over a certain period of time.
it values goes between 0-100. Values above 80 must be read it as overbought and values under 20 as oversold
The rising wedge pattern is characterized by a chart pattern which forms when the market makes higher highs and higher lows with a contracting range. When this pattern is found in a downtrend, it is considered a bearish pattern.
An ascending channel is the price action contained between upward sloping parallel lines. Higher pivot highs and higher pivot lows are technical signals of an uptrend. Trendlines frame out the price channel by drawing the lower line on pivot lows, and the upper line is the channel line drawn on pivot highs. Price is not always perfectly contained but the channel...
The pattern is identified by drawing two trendlines that connect a series of sequentially lower peaks and a series of sequentially higher troughs.
Break out is coincident with high volume peak, The target profit is calculated projecting the vertical side of the triangle above the break out point.
The ascending triangle is a bullish formation that usually forms during an uptrend as a continuation pattern. An ascending triangle demonstrated within a chart pattern is recognized as having a bullish position and occurs as a result of price highs and price lows that have begun to converge so that they, in effect, form a point. The vertical line of the triangle...
EMA200 (Exponential moving average 200 periods)
The simplest moving average system generates trading signals when price crosses the moving average:
Go long when price crosses to above the moving average from below.
Go short when price crosses to below the moving average from above.
It works very well in trends, as you can see here with a high Risk/Reward ratios...