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In an uptrend, if a higher high is made but fails to carry through, and then prices drop below the previous high, then the trend is apt to reverse. The converse is true for down trends. This observation applies in any of the three trends; short-term, intermediate-term, or long-term. A 2B on a minor high or low will usually occur within one day or less of the time the high or low is made. In the stock market, after the new high is made, the failure to carry forward usually occurs on low to normal volume, and the confirmation of a reversal occurs on higher volume.

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In an uptrend, if a higher high is made but fails to carry through, and then prices drop below the previous high, then the trend is apt to reverse. The converse is true for down trends. This observation applies in any of the three trends; short-term, intermediate-term, or long-term. A 2B on a minor high or low will usually occur within one day or less of the time the high or low is made. In the stock market, after the new high is made, the failure to carry forward usually occurs on low to normal volume, and the confirmation of a reversal occurs on higher volume.

I prefer to think of a 2B as one in which price begins to form a double top. It may not confirm as a double top meaning that price may not close below the price of the valley between the two peaks but price exceeds the level of the first top and then reverses. Price rises in a strong upward trend red line A to peak B.

The stock retraces a good portion of the move up that is, it drops and forms the valley between peaks BC. Price rises again and forms peak C. The horizontal blue line shows that the stock has risen above the prior peak B to make a new high at C.

Then the stock drops to D so far , leaving behind another peak C. Peak C is a 2B pattern.

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Sperandeo has over 45 successful years on Wall Street in trading both independently with his own money and on behalf of big names and other notable investors such as Leon Cooperman and George Soros. Sperandeo was given that nickname because of his intellectual ability and skills to trade profitable on the Wall Street. His many years at Wall Street and immense experience in trade and finances has made Sperandeo an expert in commodities especially in the metal and energy sectors. He first became popular and made a name for himself among industry leaders when he accurately predicted the market crash in a media interview. When his prediction of the crisis turned out to be true, Wall Street started taking his opinion seriously. His predictions on the markets have made headlines ever since.

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Closing thoughts In this article, we will discuss the trading methods of a famous Wall Street trader Victor Sperandeo. A long-time experience of trading on exchanges and managing investments as well as several books on trading have brought Sperandeo the popularity he deserves. How to draw a trend line? According to the definition from tech analysis, a trend is a period when the price is moving mostly in one direction, either growing or declining. In other words, a trend is a price movement in one direction.

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If intelligence were the key, there would be a lot more people making money trading. Sperandeo is widely regarded as an expert in commodities, particularly in the Energy and Metals sectors. In recent years, Mr. Sperandeo is best known for developing indexes and trading strategies that are designed to benefit from futures price trends. These include both actively managed strategies as well as rules-based algorithmic quantitative models. He has received three patents in the U.

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