CaterpillarA similar setup is shaping up in Caterpillar (CAT - Get Report), even if it's not as textbook right now. While ascending triangles are typically continuation setups that come into play during an uptrend (as with MNR), Caterpillar is forming an ascending triangle bottom, a triangle pattern that's forming at the bottom of a downtrend. It's a perfect example of the idea that the pattern itself isn't as important as what's actually causing it.
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