Chart Patterns Schmatterns

By now you have an arsenal of weapons to use when you battle the market. In this lesson, you will add yet another weapon: CHART PATTERNS!

Think of chart patterns as a land mine detector because, once you finish this lesson, you will be able to spot “explosions” on the charts before they even happen, potentially making you a lot of money in the process.

Chart patterns are like that funny feeling you get in your tummy right before you let a fart explode.

Forex Chart Patterns Are Like Farts

Don’t you wish you had a chart to detect this explosion?

In this lesson, we will teach you basic chart patterns and formations. When correctly identified, it usually leads to an explosive breakout, so watch out!

Remember, our goal is to spot big movements before they happen so that we can ride them out and rake in the cash. After all, who doesn’t want to have a pool of cash to swim in like Richie Rich?

Chart formations will greatly help us spot conditions where the market is ready to break out. They can also indicate whether the price will continue in its current direction or reverse so we’ll also be devising some nifty trade strategies for these patterns.

Don’t worry, we’ll give you a neat little cheat sheet to help you remember all these cool patterns and strategies!

Here’s the list of chart patterns that we’re going to cover:

  • Double Top and Double Bottom
  • Head and Shoulders and Inverse Head and Shoulders
  • Rising and Falling Wedges
  • Bullish and Bearish Rectangles
  • Bearish and Bullish Pennants
  • Triangles (Symmetrical, Ascending, and Descending)


现在你已经有一些武器,可以在外汇交易的战场上使用了。 在这堂课中,你将添加另一个武器: 图表形态





请记住,我们的目标是在大波动发生之前,就把它们辨认出来。这样我们就可以骑着它们,然后拼命的敛集现金了。毕竟,谁不想像富公子Richie Rich一样,在满是钞票的游泳池里游泳呢?

图表形态的架构,将大大的帮助我们发现,市场是否具备了突破的条件。它们也可以指示出,价格是否会继续当前的趋势 或是 已经反转。这样我们就可以根据这些形态,来制订一些漂亮的交易策略。

不要担心,我们会给你一个简洁的小备忘录,来帮助你记住这些有型的形态 和 策略!


• 双顶(M)和双底(W)
• 头肩型和反头肩型
• 上升和下降 楔形
• 牛市和熊市 矩形
• 牛市和熊市 旗形
• 三角形(对称、上升、下降)

How to Trade Double Tops and Double Bottoms

Double Top

A double top is a reversal pattern that is formed after there is an extended move up. The “tops” are peaks which are formed when the price hits a certain level that can’t be broken.

After hitting this level, the price will bounce off it slightly, but then return back to test the level again. If the price bounces off of that level again, then you have a DOUBLE top!

Double Top
In the chart above you can see that two peaks or “tops” were formed after a strong move up.

Notice how the second top was not able to break the high of the first top. This is a strong sign that a reversal is going to occur because it is telling us that the buying pressure is just about finished.

With the double top, we would place our entry order below the neckline because we are anticipating a reversal of the uptrend.

Double Top Breakdown
Wow! We must be psychic or something because we always seem to be right!

Looking at the chart you can see that the price breaks the neckline and makes a nice move down. Remember that double tops are a trend reversal formation so you’ll want to look for these after there is a strong uptrend.

You’ll also notice that the drop is approximately the same height as the double top formation. Keep that in mind because that’ll be useful in setting profit targets.

Double Bottom

Huge Double Bottoms

The double bottom is also a trend reversal formation, but this time we are looking to go long instead of short. These formations occur after extended downtrends when two valleys or “bottoms” have been formed.

Double Bottom

You can see from the chart above that after the previous downtrend, the price formed two valleys because it wasn’t able to go below a certain level.

Notice how the second bottom wasn’t able to significantly break the first bottom. This is a sign that the selling pressure is about finished, and that a reversal is about to occur.

Double Bottom Breakout
Will you look at that!

The price broke the neckline and made a nice move up.

See how the price jumped by almost the same height as that of the double bottom formation?

Remember, just like double tops, double bottoms are also trend reversal formations. You’ll want to look for these after a strong downtrend.




当价格接触某阻力水平后,它稍微的回落,但随后又立刻返回来测试哪阻力水平。如果价格再次回落,那么你就有了 顶!















How to Trade the Head and Shoulders Pattern

Head and Shoulders

A head and shoulders pattern is also a trend reversal formation.

It is formed by a peak (shoulder), followed by a higher peak (head), and then another lower peak (shoulder). A “neckline” is drawn by connecting the lowest points of the two troughs. The slope of this line can either be up or down. Typically, when the slope is down, it produces a more reliable signal.

Head and Shoulders Pattern
In this example, we can easily see the head and shoulders pattern.

The head is the second peak and is the highest point in the pattern. The two shoulders also form peaks but do not exceed the height of the head.

With this formation, we put an entry order below the neckline.

We can also calculate a target by measuring the high point of the head to the neckline. This distance is approximately how far the price will move after it breaks the neckline.

Head and Shoulders Pattern Breakdown
You can see that once the price goes below the neckline it makes a move that is at least the size of the distance between the head and the neckline.

We know you’re thinking to yourself, “the price kept moving even after it reached the target.”

And our response is, “DON”T BE GREEDY!

Inverse Head and Shoulders

The name speaks for itself. It is basically a head and shoulders formation, except this time it’s upside down.

A valley is formed (shoulder), followed by an even lower valley (head), and then another higher valley (shoulder). These formations occur after extended downward movements.

Inverse Head and Shoulders Pattern
Here you can see that this is just like a head and shoulders pattern, but it’s flipped upside down. With this formation, we would place a long entry order above the neckline.

Our target is calculated just like the head and shoulders pattern. Measure the distance between the head and the neckline, and that is approximately the distance that the price will move after it breaks the neckline.

Inverse Head and Shoulders Pattern Breakout
You can see that the price moved up nicely after it broke the neckline.

If your target is hit, then be happy with your profits. However, there are trade management techniques where you can lock in some of your profits and still keep your trade open in case the price continues to move your way.

You will learn about those later on in the course.




它是由一个高峰(肩膀),接着一个更高的高峰(头),和一个较低的高峰(肩膀)所构成。“颈线”通常是,连着两个底谷的最低点,画出的切线。 这条颈线的斜度可以是向上或向下的。 通常的情况,当颈线向下倾斜时,它会是个更可靠的反转信号。




我们还可以测量从头部的高点 到颈线的距离。这距离将是价格突破颈线后,大约的移动距离。



但我们的回应是,“ 不要太贪心! “






我们的止盈目标的计算就像头肩型形一样。 测量头部到颈线之间的距离,这就是价格突破颈线后,大约的移动距离。




How to Trade Wedge Chart Patterns

Wedges signal a pause in the current trend. When you encounter this formation, it signals that forex traders are still deciding where to take the pair next.

Wedges could serve as either continuation or reversal patterns.

Rising Wedge

A rising wedge is formed when price consolidates between upward sloping support and resistance lines.

Here, the slope of the support line is steeper than that of the resistance. This indicates that higher lows are being formed faster than higher highs. This leads to a wedge-like formation, which is exactly where the chart pattern gets its name from!

With prices consolidating, we know that a big splash is coming, so we can expect a breakout to either the top or bottom.

If the rising wedge forms after an uptrend, it’s usually a bearish reversal pattern.

On the other hand, if it forms during a downtrend, it could signal a continuation of the down move.

Either way, the important thing is that, when you spot this forex trading chart pattern, you’re ready with your entry orders!

Rising Wedge Chart Pattern

In this first example, a rising wedge formed at the end of an uptrend. Notice how price action is forming new highs, but at a much slower pace than when price makes higher lows.

Trading Chart Pattern: Rising Wedge After

See how price broke down to the downside? That means there are more forex traders desperate to be short than be long!

They pushed the price down to break the trend line, indicating that a downtrend may be in the cards.

Just like in the other forex trading chart patterns we discussed earlier, the price movement after the breakout is approximately the same magnitude as the height of the formation.

Now let’s take a look at another example of a rising wedge formation. Only this time it acts as a bearish continuation signal.

Rising Wedge Chart Pattern Bearish Example

As you can see, the price came from a downtrend before consolidating and sketching higher highs and even higher lows.

Rising Wedge Continuation Chart Pattern

In this case, the price broke to the down side and the downtrend continued. That’s why it’s called a continuation signal yo!

See how the price made a nice move down that’s the same height as the wedge?

What did we learn so far these Japanese candlestick chart patterns?

A rising wedge formed after an uptrend usually leads to a reversal (downtrend) while a rising wedge formed during a downtrend typically results in a continuation (downtrend).

Simply put, a rising wedge leads to a downtrend, which means that it’s a bearish chart pattern!

Falling Wedge

Just like the rising wedge, the falling wedge can either be a reversal or continuation signal.

As a reversal signal, it is formed at a bottom of a downtrend, indicating that an uptrend would come next.

As a continuation signal, it is formed during an uptrend, implying that the upward price action would resume. Unlike the rising wedge, the falling wedge is a bullish chart pattern.

Falling Wedge Chart Pattern
In this example, the falling wedge serves as a reversal signal. After a downtrend, the price made lower highs and lower lows.

Notice how the falling trend line connecting the highs is steeper than the trend line connecting the lows.

Falling Wedge Breakout Forex Chart Pattern

Upon breaking above the top of the wedge, the pair made a nice move upwards that’s approximately equal to the height of the formation. In this case, the price rally went a few more pips beyond that target!

Let’s take a look at an example where the falling wedge serves as a continuation signal. Like we mentioned earlier, when the falling wedge forms during an uptrend, it usually signals that the trend will resume later on.

Falling Wedge Consolidation Forex Chart Pattern

In this case, the price consolidated for a bit after a strong rally. This could mean that buyers simply paused to catch their breath and probably recruited more people to join the bull camp.

Hmm, it looks like the pair is revving up for a strong move. Which way would it go?

Falling Wedge Continuation Forex Chart Pattern

See how the price broke to the top side and went on to climb higher?

If we placed an entry order above that falling trend line connecting the pair’s highs, we would’ve been able to jump in on the strong uptrend and caught some pips! A good upside target would be the height of the wedge formation.

If you want to go for more pips, you can lock in some profits at the target by closing down a portion of your position, then letting the rest of your position ride.



楔形是种整理的形态,趋势可能继续 或者 反转。



上升楔形的 支撑线比阻力线更为陡峭。这表明,渐高的低点 比渐高的高点,形成得更快。这导致了楔子形状的形成,这正是形态名字的由来!

随着价格的整顿,我们知道,一个大的波动要来了。所以我们可以预期,在顶部 或底部,将有个突破。








现在让我们来看看另外一个上升楔形的例子。 只有这时候,它作为熊市持续的信号。










作为一个延续的信号,它通常形成于上涨趋势中,这意味着价格上升的行动将继续。 不同于上升楔形,下降楔形是种牛市的图表形态。

在这个例子中,下降楔形当做一个翻转信号。 经过一段下跌趋势后,价格会形成渐低的高点和渐低的低点。

注意看那连接高点的向下趋势线,是如何比 连接低点的趋势线,更为陡峭的。








How to Use Rectangle Chart Patterns to Trade Breakouts

Bullish and Bearish Rectangle Forex Chart Pattern

A rectangle is a chart pattern formed when price is bounded by parallel support and resistance levels.

A rectangle exhibits a period of consolidation or indecision between buyers and sellers as they take turns throwing punches but neither has taken over.

The price will “test” the support and resistance levels several times before eventually breaking out. From there, the price could trend in the direction of the breakout, whether it is to the upside or downside.

Rectangle with support and resistance
In the example above, we can clearly see that the pair was bounded by two key price levels which are parallel to one another. We just have to wait until one of these levels breaks and go along for the ride!

Remember, when you spot a rectangle: THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX!

Bearish Rectangle

A bearish rectangle is formed when the price consolidates for a while during a downtrend. This happens because sellers probably need to pause and catch their breath before taking the pair any lower.

Bearish rectangle after a downtrend
In this example, price broke the bottom of the rectangle chart pattern and continued to shoot down. If we had a short order just below the support level, we would have made a nice profit on this trade.
Bearish rectangle pattern and breakdown
Here’s a tip: Once the pair falls below the support, it tends to make a move that is about the size of the rectangle pattern. In the example above, the pair moved beyond the target so there would have been a chance to catch more pips!

Bullish Rectangle

Here’s another example of a rectangle, this time, a bullish rectangle chart pattern. After an uptrend, the price paused to consolidate for a bit. Can you guess where the price is headed next?

Bullish rectangle after an uptrend
If you answered up, then you’re right! Check out that nice upside breakout right there!
Forex bullish rectangle pattern and breakout
Notice how the price moved all the way up after breaking above the top of the rectangle pattern. If we had a long order on top of the resistance level, we would’ve caught some pips on the trade!

Just like in the bearish rectangle pattern example, once the pair breaks, it will usually make a move that’s AT LEAST the size of its previous range.





从上面的例子中,我们可以清楚地看到,货币对受两个平行的关键价位所限制的。我们只需要休息一下子,等到某一方突破价位时才去加入趋势!记住,一旦你发现一个矩形形态: 跳出盒子外去思考!










How to Trade Bearish and Bullish Pennants

Bearish Pennants

Similar to rectangles, pennants are continuation chart patterns formed after strong moves.

After a big upward or downward move, buyers or sellers usually pause to catch their breath before taking the pair further in the same direction. Because of this, the price usually consolidates and forms a tiny symmetrical triangle, which is called a pennant.

While the price is still consolidating, more buyers or sellers usually decide to jump in on the strong move, forcing the price to bust out of the pennant formation.

A bearish pennant is formed during a steep, almost vertical, downtrend. After that sharp drop in price, some sellers close their positions while other sellers decide to join the trend, making the price consolidate for a bit.

Bearish Pennant
As soon as enough sellers jump in, the price breaks below the bottom of the pennant and continues to move down.
Forex Bearish Pennant Breakdown
As you can see, the drop resumed after the price made a breakout to the bottom. To trade this chart pattern, we’d put a short order at the bottom of the pennant with a stop loss above the pennant. That way, we’d be out of the trade right away in case the breakdown was a fake out.

Unlike the other chart patterns wherein the size of the next move is approximately the height of the formation, pennants signal much stronger moves. Usually, the height of the earlier move (also known as the mast) is used to estimate the size of the breakout move.

Bullish Pennant

Bullish pennants, just like its name suggests, signals that bulls are about to go a-chargin’ again. This means that the sharp climb in price would resume after that brief period of consolidation, when bulls gather enough energy to take the price higher again.

Bullish Pennant
In this example, the price made a sharp vertical climb before taking a breather. I can hear the bulls stomping and revving up for another run!
Forex Bullish Pennant Breakout
Just like we predicted, the price made another strong move upwards after the breakout. To play this, we’d place our long order above the pennant and our stop below the bottom of the pennant to avoid fake outs.

Like we discussed earlier, the size of the breakout move is around the height of the mast (or the size of the earlier move). You see, pennants may be small in size but they could signal huge price moves so don’t underestimate ‘em!









和其他图表形态的价格移动距离不一样,三角旗型的移动幅度往往更强劲。 通常情况下,它之前移动的高度(也称为旗杆)是用来估计突破后移动的距离的。






How to Trade Triangle Chart Patterns

Symmetrical Triangle

A symmetrical triangle is a chart formation where the slope of the price’s highs and the slope of the price’s lows converge together to a point where it looks like a triangle.

What’s happening during this formation is that the market is making lower highs and higher lows. This means that neither the buyers nor the sellers are pushing the price far enough to make a clear trend.

If this were a battle between the buyers and sellers, then this would be a draw.

This is also a type of consolidation.

Symmetrical Triangle
In the chart above, we can see that neither the buyers nor the sellers could push the price in their direction. When this happens we get lower highs and higher lows.

As these two slopes get closer to each other, it means that a breakout is getting near. We don’t know what direction the breakout will be, but we do know that the market will most likely break out. Eventually, one side of the market will give in.

So how can we take advantage of this?


We can place entry orders above the slope of the lower highs and below the slope of the higher lows. Since we already know that the price is going to break out, we can just hitch a ride in whatever direction the market moves.

Forex symmetrical triangle and breakout
In this example, if we placed an entry order above the slope of the lower highs, we would’ve been taken along for a nice ride up.

If you had placed another entry order below the slope of the higher lows, then you would cancel it as soon as the first order was hit.

Ascending Triangle

This type of triangle chart pattern occurs when there is a resistance level and a slope of higher lows.

What happens during this time is that there is a certain level that the buyers cannot seem to exceed. However, they are gradually starting to push the price up as evident by the higher lows.

Ascending Triangle Chart Pattern
In the chart above, you can see that the buyers are starting to gain strength because they are making higher lows. They keep putting pressure on that resistance level and as a result, a breakout is bound to happen.

Now the question is, “Which direction will it go? Will the buyers be able to break that level or will the resistance be too strong?”

Many charting books will tell you that in most cases, the buyers will win this battle and the price will break out past the resistance.

However, it has been our experience that this is not always the case. Sometimes the resistance level is too strong, and there is simply not enough buying power to push it through.

Most of the time, the price will in fact go up. The point we are trying to make is that you should not be obsessed with which direction the price goes, but you should be ready for movement in EITHER direction.

In this case, we would set an entry order above the resistance line and below the slope of the higher lows.

Forex ascending triangle and breakdown
In this scenario, the buyers lost the battle and the price proceeded to dive! You can see that the drop was approximately the same distance as the height of the triangle formation.

If we set our short order below the bottom of the triangle, we could’ve caught some pips off that dive.

Descending Triangle

As you probably guessed, descending triangles are the exact opposite of ascending triangles (we knew you were smart!). In descending triangle chart patterns, there is a string of lower highs which forms the upper line. The lower line is a support level in which the price cannot seem to break.

Descending Triangle Chart Pattern
In the chart above, you can see that the price is gradually making lower highs which tell us that the sellers are starting to gain some ground against the buyers.

Now most of the time, and we do say MOST, the price will eventually break the support line and continue to fall.

However, in some cases the support line will be too strong, and the price will bounce off of it and make a strong move up.

The good news is that we don’t care where the price goes. We just know that it’s about to go somewhere. In this case, we would place entry orders above the upper line (the lower highs) and below the support line.

Forex descending triangle and breakout
In this case, the price ended up breaking above the top of the triangle pattern. After the upside breakout, it proceeded to surge higher, by around the same vertical distance as the height of the triangle.

Placing an entry order above the top of the triangle and going for a target as high as the height of the formation would’ve yielded nice profits.








由于这两个斜坡逐渐接近对方,这意味着价格的突破越来越近了。我们不知道将会往什么方向突破,但我们知道,市场的爆发 即将 来临。最终,市场的其中一方将会取胜。













在大多数情况下,价格确实是会升上去的。这里我们想强调的是,你不应该在乎价格往哪个方向前进,不论价格是上升还是下跌,你都应该随时在两方 做好准备。







在大多数的时候,我们确实是说 大多数,价格最终将突破支撑线,然后继续下跌。





Know the 3 Main Groups of Chart Patterns

That’s a whole lot of chart patterns we just taught you right there. We’re pretty tired so it’s time for us to take off and leave it to you from here…

Just playin’! We ain’t leaving you till you’re ready!

In this section, we’ll discuss a bit more how to use these chart patterns to your advantage.

It’s not enough to just know how the tools work, we’ve got to learn how to use them. And with all these new weapons in your arsenal, we’d better get those profits fired up!

Let’s summarize the chart patterns we just learned and categorize them according to the signals they give.

Reversal Chart Patterns

Reversal patterns are those chart formations that signal that the ongoing trend is about to change course.

If a reversal chart pattern forms during an uptrend, it hints that the trend will reverse and that the price will head down soon. Conversely, if a reversal chart pattern is seen during a downtrend, it suggests that the price will move up later on.

In this lesson, we covered six chart patterns that give reversal signals. Can you name all six of them?

  1. Double Top
  2. Double Bottom
  3. Head and Shoulders
  4. Inverse Head and Shoulders
  5. Rising Wedge
  6. Falling Wedge

If you got all six right, brownie points for you!

Forex Chart Pattern: Double TopForex Chart Pattern: Head and ShouldersForex Chart Pattern: Rising Wedge

Forex Chart Pattern: Double BottomForex Chart Pattern: Inverse Head and ShouldersForex Chart Pattern: Falling Wedge

To trade these chart patterns, simply place an order beyond the neckline and in the direction of the new trend. Then go for a target that’s almost the same as the height of the formation.

For instance, if you see a double bottom, place a long order at the top of the formation’s neckline and go for a target that’s just as high as the distance from the bottoms to the neckline.

In the interest of proper risk management, don’t forget to place your stops! A reasonable stop loss can be set around the middle of the chart formation.

For example, you can measure the distance of the double bottoms from the neckline, divide that by two, and use that as the size of your stop.

Continuation Chart Patterns

Continuation chart patterns are those chart formations that signal that the ongoing trend will resume.

Usually, these are also known as consolidation patterns because they show how buyers or sellers take a quick break before moving further in the same direction as the prior trend.

We’ve covered several continuation chart patterns, namely the wedges, rectangles, and pennants. Note that wedges can be considered either reversal or continuation patterns depending on the trend on which they form.

Forex Chart Pattern: Falling WedgeForex Chart Pattern: Bullish RectangleForex Chart Pattern: Bullish Pennant

Forex Chart Pattern: Rising WedgeForex Chart Pattern: Bearish RectangleForex Chart Pattern: Bearish Pennant

To trade these patterns, simply place an order above or below the formation (following the direction of the ongoing trend, of course). Then go for a target that’s at least the size of the chart pattern for wedges and rectangles.

For pennants, you can aim higher and target the height of the pennant’s mast.

For continuation patterns, stops are usually placed above or below the actual chart formation.

For example, when trading a bearish rectangle, place your stop a few pips above the top or resistance of the rectangle.

Bilateral Chart Patterns

Bilateral chart patterns are a bit more tricky because these signal that the price can move either way.

Huh, what kind of a signal is that?!

This is where triangle formations fall in. Remember when we discussed that the price could break either to the topside or downside with triangles?

Forex Chart Pattern: Ascending TriangleForex Chart Pattern: Descending TriangleForex Chart Pattern: Symmetrical Triangle

To play these chart patterns, you should consider both scenarios (upside or downside breakout) and place one order on top of the formation and another at the bottom of the formation.

If one order gets triggered, you can cancel the other one. Either way, you’d be part of the action.

Double the possibilities, double the fun!

The only problem is that you could catch a false break if you set your entry orders too close to the top or bottom of the formation.

So be careful and don’t forget to place your stops too!


我们刚刚教了你一大堆的形态, 我们已经非常疲劳了,所以是时候离开一下,让你们自己练习一下了……



只是知道这些形态的作用是远远不够的,我们必须练习如何使用它们。 配合你兵器库里的这些新武器,我们可以让盈利激增上来!






1. 双顶 3. 头肩型 5. 上升楔形
2. 双底 4. 反头肩型 6. 下降楔形




根据风险管理的策略,别忘了止损单! 一个合理的止损单可设置在大约是形态高度的中间位置。





我们已经介绍了几种持续的形态,分别是楔形,矩形和三角旗形。 请注意,楔形形态同时是反转和持续形态,必须根据它们形成时的趋势来进行辨别。

使用这些形态来进行交易,只需在形态尾端的上方和下方,简单的设置订单。(当然,依照将要前进的趋势方向)。 其止盈的目标至少为楔形和矩形的大小。






哈,它们究竟是哪一种的形态呢 ?!


使用这些形态来交易,你应该考虑两个情况 (向上和向下突破),并同时在底部和顶部,都设置一个订单。





Forex Chart Patterns Cheat Sheet

Forex Chart Patterns Cheat Sheet

Like we promised, here’s a neat little cheat sheet to help you remember all those forex chart patterns and what they are signaling.

We’ve listed the basic forex chart patterns, when they are formed, what type of signal they give, and what the next likely price move may be. Check it out!

Chart PatternForms DuringType of SignalNext Move
Double TopUptrendReversalDown
Double BottomDowntrendReversalUp
Head and ShouldersUptrendReversalDown
Inverse Head and ShouldersDowntrendReversalUp
Rising WedgeDowntrendContinuationDown
Rising WedgeUptrendReversalDown
Falling WedgeUptrendContinuationUp
Falling WedgeDowntrendReversalUp
Bearish RectangleDowntrendContinuationDown
Bullish RectangleUptrendContinuationUp
Bearish PennantDowntrendContinuationDown
Bullish PennantUptrendContinuationUp

You also might want to add this page to your bookmarks in case you need to double-check those chart patterns’ signals before you risk your hard-earned cash on a trade. You never know when you’re gonna need to cheat, hah! Bookmark this thing yo!

And as you probably noticed, we didn’t include the triangle formations (symmetrical, ascending, and descending) in this cheat sheet. That’s because these chart patterns can form either in an uptrend or downtrend, and can signal either a continuation or reversal. Confusing I know, but that’s where practice and experience comes in!

Like we mentioned, it’s tough to tell where the forex market will breakout or reverse. So what’s important is that you prepare well and have your entry/exit orders ready so that you can be part of the action either way!