1. Bollinger Bands two-bottom pattern

The double bottom pattern usually appears after a long trend, it can be said that this pattern is a sign that the trend is changing. The strong signal to trigger the reversal is that on the double bottom pattern, the price tried to break the lower band of the Bollinger Bands indicator but ultimately failed immediately. As shown below:

And similar to the two vertices model.

2. Rejection in the area of supply and demand (Demand)

It is very difficult to determine if the price breaks a certain barrier. But if we see prices go deeper into an area of supply and demand, the trend may be ending.

The figure below shows a sharp decline in price, but when it reaches the demand zone (in green), the price accelerates into this area and then is rejected and reversed:

This acceleration of price deceives traders that market momentum is strong, when in fact it is a trap. The following bullish candlestick and candlestick showed that the trend ended and reversed.

3. Head and shoulder pattern

This is a typical reversal pattern. This pattern is the clearest sign of a trend change. The photo below shows when the price breaks the neckline of a trend structure confirmation pattern is formed:

4. Exhaustion Gap

The depletion gap is more common in the stock market. In FX, you can see more clearly on the W1 chart.

The figure below shows that the high price suddenly stopped and reversed. Previously, the market created a gap up, causing traders to mistakenly believe that buyers are pushing prices higher, causing many traders to buy. But then the market was pushed back down, causing all those traders to stop loss.

5. Support resistance and swap Support support

This is what happens often on the chart. You look at the chart below, you can see in the two arrows on the left of the chart, the price struggled to find a new direction, after breaking the support, it continued to find new support and retest. Previous support broken (current resistance). When the price retested back to the previous resistance level and was pushed back.

It can be seen that the support resistance works very well in trend identification.

6. 3-peak pattern and momentum candles

The momentum candle is a clear signal for a change in trend sentiment.

The figure above shows the price consolidating in a range after the bull run. And suddenly a strong bearish candle appeared but did not break below the bottom first. This shows a change in price behavior. A momentum candle out of this range signals a new trend to start with a strong move. It is important that we wait until it closes to avoid falling into the FOMO trap.