Ascending triangle

An ascending triangle suggests an entry point on a bullish pattern. Identifying an entry point using an ascending triangle involves drawing a line across the chart where a previous strong support level existed and met with another line that follows the trend's higher lows. Traders enter above the historical support level after a series of higher highs as a confirmation of a bullish trend.

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