Wedge

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The wedge is a small triangle inclined against the trend:

Typically, like the flag, both the pattern’s upper and lower edges are either going up (bearish formation) or down (bullish formation). Breakout tends to happen between 2/3 and 1 of the way through the pattern, and chances of a reversal are great if the pattern inclines along with the trend.