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Frequently Asked Questions

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  1. What is ATmatix used for?

    ATmatix automatically detects and tracks the most popular linear price chart patterns, such as double bottoms and tops, triangles, wedges, channels, flags and more, as well as trend lines and support/resistance levels.
    The full list of pattern types handled by ATmatix can be found in the Statistics tab.
    Not sure if the stock price is going to rise or decline? Use price patterns and their statistics. ATmatix will help you with it. Forget about simple candlestick patterns or naïve strategies based on the moving averages – try something more advanced that actually works and is backed with verifiable statistics.

  2. How does ATmatix work?

    ATmatix, thanks to its machine learning (ML) algorithms, automatically finds classic technical analysis chart patterns and presents them in the form of table and charts.
    Our analysis is based on end-of-day data and updated every day after the stock market trading session ends.

    Our algorithms determine breakout levels (support and resistance levels within a given pattern), as well as calculate the target price range of expected post-breakout price movement with their estimated probability, which is our unique feature. To keep it short, we are able to predict how high (or how low) the stock price will move after a breakout with a certain probability (determined by our statistics).

    We calculate the target range levels based on historical data statistics as well as classic measure rules. We attach the highest value of importance to analyzing the trend of the volume and the volume of a pattern breakout (very often the turnover volume on the day of the breakout signals the strength of the subsequent price movement – it is taken into account in our statistics). ATmatix informs about price closing to the level of the breakout, the breakout itself, or meeting the target price. Moreover, you will be notified about the most important pattern events, via email alerts. Breakout detection is based on end-of-day data closing prices and updated every day after the stock market trading session ends.

    Breakout target predictions are made based on such information as stock’s turnover volume on the day of the breakout, volume trend during the pattern creation, yearly price range of the stock and more. Our mathematical and statistical learning model is going to be further developed with new attributes significant to the efficiency of our predictions.

    For more information go to the Help Topics page.

  3. How much does it cost?

    Registration and PREMIUM account with the full access is completely for free for the first 15 days. Using your Account during a Trial Period doesn't involve any fees. No credit card required.
    Use this time to get to know our application and to assess its abilities.
    After the trial period, your account is automatically transformed into a regular account with access to WIG20 stocks only - unless you want to subscribe and keep the full features of your PREMIUM account. The decision is up to you.
    You may renew the subscription at any time, during or after the trial period according to the current price list. It is entirely voluntary.

  4. Which chart pattern types can be found by ATmatix?

    The complete list of supported pattern types may be found in the Statistics tab.

  5. Does ATmatix detect price tops?

    Yes, we detect and track double tops and head and shoulders tops patterns.

  6. What time is the pattern scanner data updated?

    Currently, about 30 to 45 minutes after the WSE trading session ends (5:30 PM – 5:45 PM CET/CEST after each session). This is also the time we start the notifications sending.

  7. Why didn’t I get the activation/ notification email?

    First of all, please make sure if the email entered during the registration process is correct (typos happen). If there has been a mistake, we won’t be able to send you an activation message. In this case register again, this time providing the correct email address.

    Please note that some email providers may automatically move such email to spam. In this case, please change the settings of your spam filter. Some email providers may group messages in folders of different names, such as "offers".

  8. Why ATmatix does not detect candlestick patterns, such as hammer or evening star?

    Candlestick patterns are very simple. We focus on the unique feature to detect more advanced patterns (price chart patterns, linear patterns) that provide additional information on the expected direction and range of breakouts, break even failures, pullbacks/throwbacks and whose efficiency is verifiable with statistics. Candlestick patterns very often do not provide any additional information about the potential range of price movement after a breakout.

  9. Why ATmatix does not provide technical analysis indicators such as RSI, MACD?

    The moving averages or other indicators may be found in almost every technical analysis application and dozens of web portals. We focus on a unique feature that has been verified and allows us to predict price patterns breakout chances along with their post-breakout target ranges and to estimate their probabilities. Naive strategies based on simple indicators very often are not able to do so, but they may, of course, be an additional helpful tool to determine when to buy or sell stocks.
    However, we don't exclude using such indicators in the future as supplementary information to evaluate the quality of the signals based on price pattern occurrences, if they are able to improve the effectiveness of our predictions - which of course requires careful verification of their statistical usefulness and significance.

  10. Why does ATmatix signal downward breakouts for pattern bottoms or upward breakouts for pattern tops?

    The classic technical analysis does not care about this kind of breakouts. According to the classic TA, these patterns are considered as negated or invalid, or in the worst case as nonexistent.
    However, our pattern statistics allow us to estimate the range of this kind of breakouts, based on the historical data, even if the technical analysis doesn't have a suitable measure rule. Therefore, it would be awkward if we didn't offer such feature, because from the technical point of view, there is no difference in estimating the statistical target for any pattern type in either breakout direction. What is more, it allows us to collect reliable statistics for pattern confirmations and invalidations (i.e. to answer a question what breakout direction you should expect for the specific pattern type under certain conditions, regardless of it is a top, bottom or another pattern type).


Pricing and features

PREMIUM subscription plans

The current price list for PREMIUM subscription plans can be found below. All prices are given in PLN. Please note the prices in your local currency may differ due to varying exchange rates.

Remember that registering the new account you are given PREMIUM access for 15 days for free and without any commitment. During this trial period you are able to get to know the ATmatix features without incurring any risk and costs. If you decide to renew your PREMIUM account subscription, the current subscription fees apply. If you don’t decide to subscribe, your PREMIUM account will be automatically transformed into regular account after 15 days. The decision is up to you.
Subscription plans (for different validity periods) Price Additional bonuses
PREMIUM subscription 30 days
Holiday Promotion
29 PLN

23 PLN

Discount
6 PLN
PREMIUM subscription 90 days
Holiday Promotion
78 PLN

59 PLN

Discount
19 PLN
PREMIUM subscription 180 days
Holiday Promotion
138 PLN

97 PLN

Discount
41 PLN

Features comparison

Public (anonymous) access Registered users (account required) PREMIUM users (account and subscription required)
Chart pattern data for selected WIG20 stocks and selected WSE WIG indices
Favorite stocks list (Watch List)
Pattern data for the rest of the main market stocks, all WIG indices (including sector indices) and FW20 futures
Breakout, efficiency, pullbacks/throwbacks and break even failures statistics for price chart patterns
Email notifications
Volume analysis
Liquidity analysis
Yearly price range analysis
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Price chart patterns statistics for the time period from 10/1/2015 to 9/30/2018

NOTE:

  • These statistics apply only to price patterns automatically detected by ATmatix for the Warsaw Stock Exchange market.
  • Pattern statistics apply to historical data and there is no guarantee of achieving the same outcome in the future.
  • Statistics are calculated separately for WSE indices/futures and WSE-listed stocks.
  • Upward/downward breakout percentage ratios may not add up to 100% (due to numerical roundings or lack of breakouts within the expected time period).
  • Pattern statistics are subject to change without notice after chart pattern detection algorithm improvements or any parameter modification.
  • Statistical targets after a pattern breakout are calculated based on the historical average of post-breakout move ranges, which are not included in this table.
  • The table below contains averaged values and excludes breakout volume, volume trend, (trendline) slope, yearly price range position or other pattern characteristics – that information is used additionally by our algorithms to calculate breakout targets; it is also shown in every pattern details.
Group Pattern type % of upward breakouts % of downward breakouts Up brk. efficiency (percentage meeting price target) Down brk. efficiency (percentage meeting price target) Throwback rate Pullback rate Break even failure rate for upward brk. Break even failure rate for downward brk.
WSE Indices Ascending broadening triangle
WSE Indices Ascending broadening wedge
WSE Indices Ascending channel
WSE Indices Ascending triangle
WSE Indices Broadening (inverted) triangle
WSE Indices Descending broadening triangle
WSE Indices Descending broadening wedge
WSE Indices Descending channel
WSE Indices Descending triangle
WSE Indices Double bottom
WSE Indices Double top
WSE Indices Downtrend line
WSE Indices Falling wedge
WSE Indices Flag
WSE Indices Flat base
WSE Indices Head & shoulders bottom
WSE Indices Head & shoulders top
WSE Indices Horizontal channel
WSE Indices Pennant
WSE Indices Resistance
WSE Indices Rising wedge
WSE Indices Support
WSE Indices Three rising valleys
WSE Indices Triangle
WSE Indices Uptrend line
WSE Indices Vertical run up
WSE Stocks Ascending broadening triangle
WSE Stocks Ascending broadening wedge
WSE Stocks Ascending channel
WSE Stocks Ascending triangle
WSE Stocks Broadening (inverted) triangle
WSE Stocks Descending broadening triangle
WSE Stocks Descending broadening wedge
WSE Stocks Descending channel
WSE Stocks Descending triangle
WSE Stocks Double bottom
WSE Stocks Double top
WSE Stocks Downtrend line
WSE Stocks Falling wedge
WSE Stocks Flag
WSE Stocks Flat base
WSE Stocks Head & shoulders bottom
WSE Stocks Head & shoulders top
WSE Stocks Horizontal channel
WSE Stocks Pennant
WSE Stocks Resistance
WSE Stocks Rising wedge
WSE Stocks Support
WSE Stocks Three rising valleys
WSE Stocks Triangle
WSE Stocks Uptrend line
WSE Stocks Vertical run up