As of 11/21/2014
17,810 91.06 0.5%
9,094 40.49 0.4%
596 2.36 0.4%
4,713 11.10 0.2%
2,064 10.75 0.5%
or 17,200 by 12/01/2014
or 8,700 by 12/01/2014
or 570 by 12/01/2014
or 4,500 by 12/01/2014
or 1,975 by 12/01/2014
Written by and copyright © 2005-2014 by Thomas N. Bulkowski. All rights reserved.
Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns, Second Edition,
has 53 chart patterns and 10 event patterns described including performance statistics.
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Event patterns are price patterns caused by significant events that affect
securities. Events such as earnings releases, Dutch auction tender offers, stock
broker rating upgrades and downgrades, I call event patterns. This page serves as the
gateway to examining those patterns and how to trade them.
Event patterns have failure rates that are often significantly higher than your average chart pattern.
For example, an Eve & Eve double bottom chart pattern has a bull market break even
failure rate of 4%.
The earnings flag event pattern has a 10% failure rate. A good earning surprise event
pattern has a 29% failure rate. Ouch!
Despite the high failure rates, traders should know how to recover from or take advantage of event patterns. That is what the below links discuss.
- July 29, 2010: Stock splits. What happens to price before and after a stock split? Find out.
-- Thomas Bulkowski
Copyright © 2005-2014 by Thomas N. Bulkowski. All rights reserved. Eat well, stay fit, die anyway.