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Step 2: Improve Attention to Detail (Base Categories)

by Erik Grywalski

Base pattern recognition is one way to find stocks that have the potential to move higher.

But did you know that there are individual price behaviors within bases that may help you find turning points in stocks?

The categories below will help you learn how to recognize these price behaviors and develop a good eye to filter stocks in the market.

Each link below contains a specific price behavior with three (3) historical examples.

If you need to refresh your memory on the significance of some these price behaviors, you can return to Step 1 Base Behaviors by clicking here.

Note:  The historical stock examples given in each link below are for EDUCATIONAL USE ONLY.  They ARE NOT to be used to make buy/sell decisions in today's market.  For more information, please read the HSR Terms of Use.

Please click on a link below to view the weekly chart examples:

Retracement to Prior Demand Week (PDW) - coming later

Low Volume Retest of High Volume Low (coming later)

First Swing Point Low (coming later)

Rhythmic Swing Point Low (coming later)

Right Side Curl with Reaccumulation
by Erik Grywalski

1st Stage Bases following Accumulation Below the 40 Week MA
by Erik Grywalski

Leading Bases
by Erik Grywalski

Qualifying Distribution within a Base
by Erik Grywalski