U.S. SteelAnother ascending triangle pattern is shaping up in shares of U.S. Steel (X - Get Report). Typically, ascending triangles are thought of as bullish continuation patterns -- they come into play after an up move has already occurred, like the setup in Merck. But in the case of U.S. Steel, shares are actually making an ascending triangle bottom.
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