Trading the rising wedge pattern could be tricky because not all rising wedges are equal. Most of the retail traders try to memorize the pattern and trade without any trading context. Hence they usually end up not profitable.

In this video, you will find out the proven trading strategy for the rising wedge pattern adopted by the professional traders that will help you boost up your winning rate. Watch the video below:

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