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killertrader
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msg #45484
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7/5/2006 11:06:02 PM

Would anybody care to share some ideas on how to narrow down a basic triangle search? I like to trade ascending and symmetric triangles when I can, but SF pulls up too many, and of course how you read them tends to be subjective. Any ideas on how to narrow the field to obtain more quality, maybe with oscillators or volume indicators, and possibly get better entry points? Thanks!


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