As of 10/15/2020   Indus: 28,494 -19.80 -0.1%     Trans: 11,989 +101.34 +0.9%     Utils: 875 +0.03 +0.0%     Nasdaq: 11,714 -54.86 -0.5%     S&P 500: 3,483 -5.33 -0.2% YTD -0.2%    +10.0%   -0.4%    +30.6%    +7.8% Overview: 09/29/2020     29,300 or 27,400 by 11/01/2020   12,000 or 11,000 by 11/01/2020   915 or 840 by 11/01/2020   12,800 or 11,300 by 11/01/2020   3,700 or 3,400 by 11/01/2020 CPI (updated daily): on 9/25/20
 As of 10/15/2020   Indus: 28,494 -19.80 -0.1%     Trans: 11,989 +101.34 +0.9%     Utils: 875 +0.03 +0.0%     Nasdaq: 11,714 -54.86 -0.5%     S&P 500: 3,483 -5.33 -0.2% YTD -0.2%    +10.0%   -0.4%    +30.6%    +7.8% Overview: 09/29/2020     29,300 or 27,400 by 11/01/2020   12,000 or 11,000 by 11/01/2020   915 or 840 by 11/01/2020   12,800 or 11,300 by 11/01/2020   3,700 or 3,400 by 11/01/2020 CPI (updated daily): on 9/25/20

Bulkowski's Pennant Quiz

Released 8/30/2019.

Pennant: Quiz

Below is a slider quiz to test your ability to identify pennants. Captions appear below the pictures in red for guidance, so be sure to scroll down far enough to read them.

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A pennant is a small, tight pattern, less than 3 weeks long with bordered by two trendlines which converge. The trendlines can both slope up, down, or horizontally. Volume trends downward often, as in this example. The pennant must be perched on pole. The flagpole in this example starts at A and ends at B. The pennant is at BC. The pennant is supposed to act as a half staff pattern, meaning it appears midway along a trend. That doesn't always happen as in this example where AB is longer than CD where they should be equal. Now that you're an expert at finding them, let's test you.
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The pennants are shown.
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Let's try that again. Find as many pennants as you can.
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Here's the ones I found.

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