Forex Term: Ascending Wedge

An 'ascending wedge' is a bullish continuation pattern that is formed when both the top resistance line and bottom support of the consolidation pattern slope upward as in the example below. Ascending wedges are very similar to ascending triangles - the main difference being that in an ascending triangle the top support is a horizontal line and does not slope upward.

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