What Direction Will This Pattern in Indian Equities Break?

While India hasn’t shown strong relative performance to U.S. equities, my article for TraderPlanet this week takes a look at an interesting pattern that’s setting up in the PowerShares India ETF ($PIN). I take a look a few of the clues given by momentum and volume and where price could be headed.

Here’s a piece:

Looking at the price action for $PIN, we can see resistance since October has been at the $17.75 level which has batted down price three times. While price has been unable to make a higher high, each dip has been shallower than the last as $PIN puts in higher lows. This creates an ascending triangle pattern, which has historically led to a continuation of the preceding trend. We can use momentum and volume to get a better idea of where the bias may be when the pattern breaks.

Read the rest: A Triangle Pattern In Indian Equities (TraderPlanet)

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About Andrew Thrasher, CMT

Andrew Thrasher, CMT is a Portfolio Manager for an asset management firm in Central Indiana. He specializes and writes about technical analysis as well as macro economic developments.