Wedges, boxes, triangles, channels, double & triple tops/bottoms, regression, retraces…the list goes on.
Keep it simple and trade price - I hesitate to mention that most of the names given to silly patterns are also marketing tools for attracting new ‘want to be’ traders into the market. Sure these patterns hold up sometimes; anyone can curve-fit data to make an exception to the general rule - patterns are the result of price, they don’t drive future price [a subtle but important difference when trying to establish a potential trade because of a lagging pattern]
No disrespect intended to anyone who attempts to trade such patterns, but with experience there comes a time when the penny drops; nothing wrong with trend lines, but patterns, well, good luck - take that as you will.
What’s next - the inverted ‘Head and Shoulders’ or ‘the man with a third leg’