Technical anlaysis term used to describe the chart formation in which price...
A chart formation in which the price fluctuations are confined within converging straight lines. It differs form a triangle in that both boundary lines slope either up or down.
an object with at least one slanting side closing within a particular crisp border, what cuts stuff apart
an object with at least one slanting side ending in a sharp edge, which cuts material apart
Mesh triangle is a set of references to three wedges. A wedge combines a vertex with a normal, texture coordinates and a vertex color. P04
3, 6, 10, 15, 21, 28 ... jumpers forming a triangle or wedge shape
One of Palmer's metal gun stocks. Can attach to the bottom of Sheridan (Palmer) grip/trigger frames without the use of a UMB. Shaped like a triangle or wedge.
Two converging chains reaching into enemy territory.
A reversal chart pattern characterized by two converging trendlines that connect at an apex. The wedge is slanted either downwards or upwards demonstrating bullish or bearish behavior respectively.
A pattern in which two converging lines connect a group of price peaks and troughs.
A chart pattern composed of two converging lines connecting peaks and troughs. In the case of falling wedges, the pattern indicates temporary interruptions of upward price rallies. In the case of rising wedges, indicates interruptions of a falling price trend.
A technical chart pattern composed of two converging lines connecting a series of peaks and troughs.
technical analysis term used to describe a chart on which lines that connect tops and bottoms converge towards each other but are both moving in the same direction. Similar to a triangle, except that in a triangle, the trends move in opposite directions, with the tops decreasing and the bottoms increasing. In a wedge, both lines have the same trend (upward or downward) but have different slopes, leading to the convergence. A falling wedge is generally thought to be a rest during a period of upward movements. See Also double bottom, triple bottom, triangle, ascending bottoms, ascending tops, descending tops, descending bottoms, trendline, double top breakout
Technical chart pattern where two converging lines connect a series of peaks and troughs to form a wedge. These converging lines move in the same direction. Rising wedges normally occur when there are interruptions of a falling price trend. Falling wedges normally occur when there are interruptions of price rallies. See: Chartist; Technical Analysis
In geometry, a wedge is a polyhedral solid defined by two triangles and three trapezoid faces. A wedge has five faces, nine edges, and six vertices.