In A Flat Base, Dull Trade Can Be Positive Action

Mention the word “flat” in a conversation about stocks, and images of dull, laggard performance come to mind. But that’s not necessarily the case with stock charts.

A flat base is one of the few reliable patterns that quality stocks form before making substantial price advances. While it may seem like a stock is going nowhere for weeks, it may be quietly winding itself up for a big climb. Continue reading “In A Flat Base, Dull Trade Can Be Positive Action”