Putting Trendlines Together with Bearish Trending Candlestick Patterns for Selling and Confirmation

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Trendlines are one of the most straightforward technical indicators. If an uptrend is in place, a trendline has a positive slope. If a downtrend is the order of the day (or week or month), a trendline has a negative slope. This concept sounds simplistic, but it can be hugely helpful when you're trying to determine a market's trend. If that trend turns out to be down, you can use a downward-sloping trendline alongside bearish-trending candlestick patterns to inform your short trading decisions.

If you're blanking on trendlines, make a quick flip to Chapter 11, where I discuss them in detail.

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