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Descending Triangle
This is the mirror of the ascending triangle, and is generally considered a bearish pattern. This pattern indicates that seller are more aggressive than buyers, and is usually resolved on the downside. The downside signal is registered by a decisive close under the lower trendline, usually on increased volume.
Diamond formations signify a reversal of the trend prevailing before its formation. It appears like a diamond. A Diamond formation may be identified as one of the following:
a)   A broadening formation being followed by a symmetric triangle, boundaries of which meet at an apex.
b)   A head & shoulder pattern having a 'V' shaped Neckline.
The diamond formation is more relevant on weekly charts rather than daily charts. They are overall bearish in nature.
A situation where different delivery months or related markets or technical indicators fail to confirm one another. Normally when price is going up but the indicator is not or vice versa.
Double Top Or Bottom
Next to the head and shoulders, the most frequently seen and the most easily recognized. For obvious reasons, the top is often referred to as an M and the bottom as a W. The general characteristics of a double top are similar to that of the head and shoulders and triple top except that only two peaks appear instead of three.
A series of descending peaks and troughs.
Dow  Theory

Dow theory is the method of identifying trends in the stock market. It was given by Charles Dow in 1900. It studies the major movements in the market with a view of establishing trends. It only describes the direction of market trends and does not forecast future movements and durations or size of the market trends. In 1932 the Dows theory was formalized by Robert Rheas. It majors the size and duration of trends proposed. It uses the behavior of the stock market rather than forecasting stock prices themselves. It assumes that stocks follow underline market trends.

1.)    The Averages Discount Everything: - Every possible factor affecting supply and demand must be reflected in the market averages.

2.)    The Market Has Three Trends: - The primary , secondary and minor. An uptrend has a pattern of rising peaks and troughs. A downtrend would be just the opposite with successively lower peaks and troughs.

3.)    Major Trends Have Three Phases: - the accumulation phase, represents informed buying. The second phase, where most technical trend follower begin to participate, takes place as price begin to advance rapidly. The final phase is characterized by informed investor who begin to distribute when no one else does.

4.)    The Average Must Confirm the Trend: - No important bull or bear market signal could take place unless both averages give the same signal.

5.)    Volume Must Confirm the Trend: - Volume should expand in the direction of the major trend. It is an important factor in confirming the signals generated on the price charts.

6.)    A trend is assumed to be in effect until it gives definite signal that it has reversed.

Dow Jones Industrial Average is one of the oldest US Index which was founded by Charles Dow. It consists thirty of the biggest public limited companies in the US.  The BSE sensex in India is also composed of thirty stock.
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