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By Stephen Houlgate

This vintage advent to at least one of the main influential sleek thinkers, G.W.F. Hegel (1770-1831), has now been up to date and multiplied to make it much more finished.

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It is a power box, as we have seen earlier, but even more so. In a breakaway gap we see both volume and price range expand across the gap. That means, a small Equivolume box followed by a large Equivolume box, and one that is quite tall for its width. A breakaway gap is a strong signal to buy or sell, depending upon its direction. A Runaway gap is seen when a stock is rising or dropping so fast that it leaves holes in the trading along the way. It is a sign of a very emotional move, and usually implies that the move has further to go.

They show the levels where we have to become concerned. If we are short, we do not want to stay with the position if it moves out of its down channel to the upside. If we are long a stock, we want to cover the position if it breaks the lower ascending trendline, indicating a loss of momentum. In addition, of course, we will want to look at the type of Equivolume box involved in the reversal. Heavy volume and a big range is a much more bothersome signal than a light volume small penetration. 64) 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 31 7 August 14 21 28 5 11 18 25 September 2 9 October 16 23 30 6 November 13 20 5 18 26 2 December 2001 8 16 22 29 5 12 February The above chart shows both a down channel and an up channel.

98) 70 69 68 67 66 breakout 65 64 63 62 resistance 61 60 59 58 57 pullback resistance 56 55 54 53 support 52 support 51 50 49 48 47 9 26 3 10 July 17 24 31 7 August 14 21 28 5 11 September 18 25 2 October 9 16 23 30 6 13 November 20 27 4 11 December 18 26 2 2001 Here is one more example, now on the upside. Notice how it came back down after the breakout, and held right at the old resistance level, before going higher. com TRADING WITH EQUIVOLUME 35 TRENDLINES AND CHANNELS So far we have been looking at horizontal lines that define the tops and bottoms of sideways consolidation areas.

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