What is a Double Bottom Chart Pattern?

What is a Double Bottom Chart Pattern?

A double bottom chart pattern is a chart pattern used in technical stock analysis to describe the fall in price of a stock or index, followed by a rebound, then another drop to a level that's roughly similar to the original drop, and another...
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Cabot’s Investing Techniques FAQs

Q: What does the Cabot Tides Market Timing Indicator tell us? A: The Cabot Tides Market Timing Indicator is a technical indicator that uses five different market indexes to help us determine the overall intermediate-term direction of the stock market. The indexes are: S&P NYSE...
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Advanced Technical Analysis

This page deals with topics discussed in advanced technical analysis. If you're new to technical analysis or need a refresher, click here. Double Top A double top occurs when a stock attempts to break out above a recent peak but fails. (Remember, that first peak resistance!)...
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Small-Cap Confidential FAQs

Q: How should I systematically use Cabot Small-Cap Confidential to invest? (Do I invest in every recommended stock, etc.?) Tyler Laundon: For starters, it’s important to recognize that every investor is different. We all have different risk profiles, different amounts of capital to invest preferences...
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Value Investing FAQs

Q: What is your investment process and criteria for investments? Roy Ward: I am a value investor. I  look for high-quality companies that are undervalued, and companies with strong balance sheets and low price to earnings (P/E) ratios. I  use the criteria spelled out the...
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Options Trading FAQs

Q: What is an option Jacob Mintz: Before you read any further, make a cup of coffee. For the uninitiated, options can get complicated. An option is a contract that gives its owner the right (but not the obligation) to purchase or sell an underlying at...
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