P&F chart patterns

100% Pole - Bullish Pattern
100% Pole – Bearish
100% Pole Follow Through – Bearish
100% Pole Follow Through – Bullish
123 Pullback - Bullish Pattern
123 Pullback – Bearish
ABCD Bearish
ABCD Bullish Pattern
Affordable Breakout - Bullish
Affordable Breakout – Bearish
Affordable Probable Breakout - Bearish
Affordable Probable Breakout - Bullish
Anchor Column
Anchor Support Resistance
ARF - Bearish
ARF Bullish
Bear Trap
Bear trap follow through-Bullish
Bear Trap Variation
Bearish AFT
Bearish AFT - Immediate breakout
Bearish AFT – Anchor breakout
Bearish Probable AFT
Bow-tie pattern
Broadening Follow Through – Bearish
Broadening Follow Through – Bullish
Broadening Pattern – Bearish
Broadening Pattern – Bullish
Bull Trap Follow Through - Bearish
Bull Trap Pattern
Bull Trap Variation
Bullish AFT
Bullish AFT - Immediate breakout
Bullish AFT – Anchor breakout
Bullish Probable AFT
Catapult Buy
Catapult Sell
DB Sell After n Box Reversal
Diagonal Triple Bottom
Diagonal Triple Top
Diamond Follow Through
Diamond Pattern
Double Bottom Sell
Double Bottom Sell Resistance
Double Top Buy
Double Top Buy After n-box Reversal
Double Top Buy Support
Falling Top Dbl Bottom Sell
Follow through -Bearish
Follow through -Bullish
Hidden DBS Pattern
Hidden DTB Pattern
High Pole Follow Through – Bearish
High Pole Pattern
Highest 'X' in n Columns
Inside Column
Large Poles – Bearish
Large Poles – Bullish
Less than n Os after DB Sell
Less than n Xs after DT Buy
Long Tail Down
Long Tail Up
Low Pole
Low Pole Follow Through – Bullish
Lowest O in n Columns
More than n Os after DB Sell
More than n Xs after DT Buy
Multi-Column Breakout-Bearish
Multi-Column Breakout-Bullish
n boxes after DB Sell
n Xs after DT Buy
Narrowest Column
Negative Column Reversal
No of Boxes in a Column
Non-overlapping Wave - Bearish
Non-overlapping Wave – Bullish
Not Double Bottom Sell
Not Double Top Buy
O Above n Percent of prev col
O at Same Level
O Below n Percent of prev col
Oops Reversal pattern Bearish
Oops Reversal Pattern Bullish
Pattern Reversed Bearish
Pattern Reversed Bullish
Positive Column Reversal
Probable OOPS Bearish
Probable OOPS Bullish
Probable Triple Bottom Sell
Probable Triple Top Buy
Quadruple Buy
Quadruple Sell
Rising Bottom Dbl Top Buy
Strike-back – Bearish
Strike-back – Bullish
Super Pattern - Bearish Probable
Super Pattern - Bullish Probable
Super Pattern – Bearish
Super Pattern – Bullish
Three Crows Pattern
Three Soldiers Pattern
Triangle - 3 Column
Triangle - 4 Column
Triangle - 50% Rule
Triangle Breakout - Bearish
Triangle Breakout – Bullish
Triangle Breakout Failure – Bearish
Triangle Breakout Failure – Bullish
Triple Bottom Sell Pattern
Triple Bottom with Bull Trap Pattern
Triple Top Buy Pattern
Triple Top with Bear Trap Pattern
Turtle Breakout - Bullish
Turtle breakout bearish
Turtle Breakout Follow-through - Bearish
Turtle Breakout Follow-through - Bullish
Tweezer Pattern
Weak Breakout - Bearish
Weak breakout - Bullish
Widest Column
Within DBS
Within DTB
WW - Bearish
WW - Bullish
X Above n Percent of prev col
X at Same Level
X Below n Percent of prev col
Ziddi Bears
Ziddi Bulls

Bearish Probable AFT

AFT stands for Anchor Column Follow Through Pattern.

TradePoint and RZone have 4 bearish AFT patterns.

> Bearish AFT

> Bearish Probable AFT

> Immediate AFT – Bearish

> Bearish AFT – Anchor breakout

All these patterns belong to the same AFT family. These options allow you possibilities of using variations of these patterns based on your preference.

Below is an explanation for the Bearish Probable AFT.

The bearish anchor column represents strong bearish momentum in the stock.

After the bearish anchor column, the follow-through breakout helps identify bearish trade opportunities.

Bearish Follow-through pattern is a double bottom sell pattern.

The follow-through pattern that took place within 9 columns in the AFT pattern is effective (8 columns after Anchor column). It is possible for the Bearish Anchor column to appear in any column during the last 9 columns. The price should not break the anchor column high or low before triggering a follow-through breakout.

Double bottom sell pattern in the 4th column after bearish anchor column is a 4-column AFT pattern. Double bottom sell pattern in the 6th column after bearish anchor column is a 6-column AFT pattern. And the breakout in the 8th column is an 8-column AFT pattern.

A bearish AFT pattern considers all these scenarios and marks the pattern accordingly.

When you scan for a Bearish AFT pattern, you get a list of stocks that qualify for the pattern in the 4th, 6th, or 8th column after the Anchor column.

The bearish AFT pattern shows strong downtrend and a bearish breakout in the stock.

It is possible to identify stocks that have entered the column of O but have not yet triggered a double-bottom sell pattern using probable bearish AFT patterns.

This pattern can help you identify stocks with potential bearish AFT pattern breakouts. The double-bottom sell pattern level shown in the commentary box is a bearish AFT pattern level. The low price of the Anchor column is a bearish AFT anchor breakout level. This can help you plan your trades accordingly.

This pattern can be plotted on the chart by adding it from the study menu in TradePoint & RZone. The pattern is also available in the system builder section. By combining this pattern with other patterns and indicators, you can create your own trading strategies. For any group of stocks and market segments, you can scan and backtest stocks based on those strategies.

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