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1/11: The High Tight Flag (HTF) pattern, also known as Powerplay, indicates a potential strong upward movement in price after consolidation. It consists of a sharp price surge (pole) followed by a tight consolidation (flag) and breakout. #HighTightFlag #Powerplay Image
2/11: Anatomy of HTF:
Flagpole: Unusual surge in price and volume within a short time.
Flag: Consolidation phase with a narrow trading range and lower volume.
Sloping Flag: It may exhibit a slight downward slope.
Duration: Typically lasting weeks to months.
3/11: Key Characteristics of HTF:
-Not solely dependent on strong fundamentals.
-Occurs due to special situations or unexplained strength.
-Less influenced by the general market.
-Works with any instrument and time frame.
-High reward-to-risk ratio, daily returns averaging 2-5%.
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Hi Nishant, I wrote a detailed thread on why I think it can fail. While any setup can fail, but obviously some are more failure prone and some are less.

We were taught to measure base in 2 ways - depth and duration. These are the key factors which differentiates a (1/n)
flat base kind of setup from larger bases like CNH and W Bottom, VCP as pattern etc.

According to WON, a base can qualify for a flat base if it is 4 week long and upto 15% deep. But WON himself says that Flat Bases are weak bases - they work better when they emerge as a (2/n)
base on base kind of thing.

Why Flat Bases are weak - think upon it. The answer lies in the Wyckoff's Law of Cause and Effect. Larger the cause, bigger the effect it will produce.

When I started reading WON's book - something which attracted my attention was - the book (3/n)
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I'll be using this thread to group setups from Mark Minervini Trade Like a Stock Market Wizard book
I'll be using ThinkorSwim &/or TradingView depending on where chart data is still available.
Each setup will have 2 charts (before the breakout and few weeks/months after breakout)
Here we go - 1st setup is for:
Dated: August 2004
#TAPLOT_Minervini_BookSetups ImageImage
2nd setup:
Dated: November 1990
#TAPLOT_Minervini_BookSetups ImageImage
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