Visa ( V) is another name that's making sideways moves after rallying hard for the better part of the last year. Shares of the payment processing giant have climbed more than 32% in the trailing 12 months, besting the broad market's performance by a wide margin. Now Visa's trading in between a horizontal resistance level at $162 and horizontal support at $153. That bouncing in between two horizontal price barriers means that Visa is in a consolidation pattern called a rectangle -- in short, the pattern is common after big price moves because it gives market participants a chance to catch their breath and plan their next move. For technical traders, there's no planning involved; just wait for the breakout above $162 or below $153, and then pile in behind in the direction of the breakout. More often than not, rectangles are continuation patterns. And since Visa has been in a distinct uptrend, that makes an upside breakout look like a slightly more plausible scenario. But it's critical to actually wait for shares to exit the rectangle before jumping onboard; a negative divergence in momentum right now could spell trouble for shares.