Harami -- A 1-bar candlestick reversal pattern in which the open-close range is much smaller than the high-low range and sits within the real body of a tall prior bar.
Hard Right Edge -- The location where the next bar will print on the price chart. This also points to the spot where the swing trader must predict the future.
Head and Shoulders -- This classic reversal pattern forms from an extended high that sits between two lower highs. Three relative lows beneath the three highs connect at a trendline known as the neckline. Popular opinion expects a major selloff when the neckline breaks.
Head in Ceiling -- Bollinger Band pattern that indicates short-term resistance and reversal.
Historical Volatility -- The range of price movement over an extended period of time as compared to current activity.
Hole in the Wall -- A sharp down gap that immediately follows a major rally.
Inside Day -- A price bar that prints a lower high and higher low than the bar that precedes it.
Inverse Head and Shoulders -- This classic reversal pattern forms from an extended low that sits between two higher lows. Three relative highs above the three lows connect at a trendline known as the neckline. Popular opinion expects a major rally when the neckline breaks.
January Effect -- The tendency for stocks to recover in January after end-of-year, tax-related selling has completed.
Market Numbers – Price levels based on multiples or fractions of 10 that act as support or resistance. Common market numbers include 5, 10, 20, 25, 30, 50 and 100.
Moving Average Convergence-Divergence (MACD) -- A trend-following indicator that tracks two exponentially smoothed moving averages above and below a zero line.
Mesa Top -- A double-top reversal pattern that declines at the same angle as the initial rally.
Moving Average Crossover -- The point where a moving average intersects with another moving average or with price.
Moving Average Rainbows (MARs) -- Wide bands of mathematically related and color-coded moving averages.
Narrow Range Bar (NR) -- A price bar with a smaller high-low range as compared to the prior bar's high-low range.
Narrowest Range of the Last 7 Bars (NR7) -- A low-volatility time-price convergence that often precedes a major price expansion. A price bar with a smaller high-low range as compared to the prior six bars high-low ranges.
NR7-2 -- The second NR7 in a row. A low-volatility time-price convergence that often precedes a major price expansion.