The longest Basic Advance and varies between 929 and 968 days.
Fade Date A proprietary indicator of Seattle Technical Advisors which combines Lindsay's 221 and 107-day intervals then confirms the targeted dates using Fibonacci time spans. The move on the targeted date should be "faded"; i.e. buy on declining dates and sell on advancing dates.
Final Dip A
variation of the Key
Range concept in the
Lindsay Timing Model in which the Key Date is the final dip in price prior to
the high of the advance.
First Floor Roof
Often, but not always, a sideways pattern following the First Floor Wall in a
Three Peaks/Domed House pattern.
First Floor Wall
A sharp rise following the base in a Three Peaks/Domed House pattern.
geometric shape that can be split into parts, each of which is a reduced-size
copy of the whole.
Hanging-Man Candlestick Same as a 'hammer' candlestick but found at market tops, not bottoms. A price pattern in candlestick charting that occurs when a security trades significantly lower than its opening, but rallies later in the day to close either above or close to its opening price. This pattern forms a hammer-shaped candlestick.
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Herd Indicator A confirming indicator of trend proprietary to SeattleTA.
Important Count 1A count from one Important Low to
another Important Low. 2A count from an Important Low to a Minor Low
not more than three months later.
During an uptrend, a low in a Low-Low-High interval which drops lower than a
previous low in the uptrend preceding the most recent high. An Important Low
can also be a change in trend. Important Lows in downtrends precede an upward
retracement that climbs higher than a previous upward correction in the same
Intervals of First Principle (IFP) These calendar day intervals (107, 221, 144, 176) are taken from market extremes in the past and converge on a single date point forecast for a turn date in the Dow industrials index.
Inverted Hammer Candlestick The Inverted Hammer is a type of bullish reversal pattern. As its name implies, the Inverted Hammer looks like an upside down version of the hammer candlestick pattern. Like the hammer candlestick pattern, the Inverted Hammer consists of one candle and when found in a downtrend is considered a potential reversal pattern.
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Irregular Base A
base which forms after the Separating Decline in a Three Peaks/Domed House
pattern. This base cannot be contained within parallel lines.
Key Date The
origin of the 107 day count used in the Lindsay Timing Method.
The price range within which the Key Date is located. A Key Range
has nine possible variations.
Lindsay Timing Model A
timing method used to identify the intraday price high of a market advance
using both the 107 day interval and the Low-Low-High interval.