Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Flag Patterns             Visit       MarketGeeks.com   Free Swing Trading ReportPlease Subscribe To Our Channel    Copyri...
What Is The Flag Pattern            Continuation Pattern           Follows Strong TrendBoth Support And Resistance Are Par...
Example Of Bullish And Bearish Flag       Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Triangles Get Tighter As They Progress         Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Flag Patterns Are Short Pauses In The Trend         Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Take Signals In The Direction Of The Trend         Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Flags Form Quicker Than Other Patterns       Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Breakouts From Flags Are Typically Strong         Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Example Of Bearish Flag Pattern    Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Bearish Flags End Faster Than Bullish Flags         Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Things To Keep In Mind   Flags Are Brief Pauses In The TrendFlags Develop Quicker Than Other PatternsFlags Carry More Risk...
Thanks For Watching               Visit        MarketGeeks.comDownload Free Swing Trading Report Please Subscribe To Our C...
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Chart Pattern Recognition - Trading Bullish And Bearish Flags

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http://www.marketgeeks.com/chart-pattern-recognition/ Download Your Free Swing Trading Report. Chart pattern recognition is a very important skill professional traders develo over the years. Knowing how to correctly identify a chart pattern can be the difference between making money and losing money. Learn how to identify flag patterns correctly in this video.

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Chart Pattern Recognition - Trading Bullish And Bearish Flags

  1. 1. Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  2. 2. Flag Patterns Visit MarketGeeks.com Free Swing Trading ReportPlease Subscribe To Our Channel Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  3. 3. What Is The Flag Pattern Continuation Pattern Follows Strong TrendBoth Support And Resistance Are ParallelNo Convergence Like Wedge Or Triangle Patterns Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  4. 4. Example Of Bullish And Bearish Flag Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  5. 5. Triangles Get Tighter As They Progress Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  6. 6. Flag Patterns Are Short Pauses In The Trend Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  7. 7. Take Signals In The Direction Of The Trend Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  8. 8. Flags Form Quicker Than Other Patterns Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  9. 9. Breakouts From Flags Are Typically Strong Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  10. 10. Example Of Bearish Flag Pattern Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  11. 11. Bearish Flags End Faster Than Bullish Flags Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  12. 12. Things To Keep In Mind Flags Are Brief Pauses In The TrendFlags Develop Quicker Than Other PatternsFlags Carry More Risk Than Triangles And Wedges Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  13. 13. Thanks For Watching Visit MarketGeeks.comDownload Free Swing Trading Report Please Subscribe To Our Channel Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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