What Is a Symmetrical Pattern?


A symmetrical pattern is a pattern where two converging lines meet resembling an acute triangle. It is comprised of price fluctuations where each swing high or swing low is smaller than its predecessor.
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A symmetrical pattern is a shape or form that has a line of symmetry .When the shape is folded on its symmetry line, it forms two equal sides or rather a perfect match. Symmetry of an object can also be termed as the transformation that leaves the object unchanged.
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