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10 hours ago, alansari said:

hi i am enquiring the significance of the neckline on double tops and bottoms

hi, crossing the neckline is confirmation and the trigger for trade entry, the question is where do you draw it, should it be horizontal from the first dip between the first shoulder and head or diagonal across both dips.

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