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Random Walk Theory
Price changes are serially independent and that price history is not a reliable indicator of future price direction.
Rectangle formation
A pause in the trend during which prices move sideway between two parallel horizontal lines. The rectangle is sometimes referred to as a trading range or a congestion area. It usually represents just a consolidation period in the existing trend, and is usually resolved in the direction of the market trend that preceded its occurrence. 

Relative Strength Index (RSI)

A ratio line comparing two different entities. It is often used to correct the erratic movement seen in constructing a momentum line because of sharp changes in the values being dropped off.
The actual formula is calculated as follows :
RSI = 100 (100/(1+RS))
RS = Average of x days up closes/ Average of x days down closes

A price level or area over the market where selling pressure overcomes buying pressure and a price advance is turned back. Usually a previous peak identifies a resistance level. It is a place where sellers are more dominant than buyers and if the selling is absorbed there, the stock can go up.
Price action that is not in the trends direction but that does not affect the direction of the trend itself. Generally if the action retraces more than two-thirds of the trend in progress, the movement is not temporary but rather signals a reversal. Also known as a correction.
Return Move

A move that develops as a bounce-back to the bottom of the neckline or to the previous reaction low, both of which have now become overhead resistance. Volume may help to determine the size of the bounce.  

Reversal day
A trading day on which prices set a new extreme in the trends direction during trading, but close in the opposite direction.  
Right angle triangle
This pattern is formed when one of the lines of symmetrical triangle is horizontal and the other one is slanting up or down towards it. It may be of two types namely
i) Ascending when the top line is horizontal and bottom line slants towards it. It indicates a forthcoming rally in the stock prices. This is bullish in nature.
ii) Descending when the bottom line is horizontal and top line slants towards it. It indicates a breakout of prices after completion of triangle formation. This is bearish in nature.
Runaway (measuring) Gap
After the move has been underway for a while, somewhere around the middle of the move, prices will leap forward to form a second type of gap (or a series of gaps) called the runway gap. This type of gap reveals a situation where the market is moving effortlessly on moderate volume.
Risk/reward Ratio
In stock markets any position we take, we should always see the risk/reward ratio.  It means that if our risk is 1 unit, then a profit should be atleast 2 unit for a risk/reward ratio if 1:2 i.e., risk should be half than the reward.  Example:- If we buy Nifty at Rs. 2000 and our stop loss is 20 points, then our reward should be atleast 40 points.  Here we expect Nifty to go up to Rs. 2040.
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