A: Each flashpattern will have a historical accuracy rate of at least 80% – some as high as 100%. The green bars will be the bullish patterns. The red bars will be the bearish ones.
This is an example of how that looks – keep in mind that these flashpatterns have already expired:
Here’s what each of those columns mean:
Symbol: the stock or exchange traded fund (ETF) on which the flashpattern’s occurring.
Direction: the bullish or bearish movement of the flashpattern. Green bars represent a bullish pattern; red bars represent a bearish pattern.
Start Time: the time the flashpattern starts.
End Time: the time the flashpattern ends.
Length (Minutes): the flashpattern’s duration.
Average ($): the average profit of one stock or ETF share during the specified period.
Total ($): the total profit the stock or ETF earned if you had traded it during that specific period every day since the flashpattern appeared.