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  • Candlestick 1:08 pm on February 22, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Steps to use candlestick indicators properly

    To trade successfully using candlestick graphs, traders need to follow some basic steps. These steps can actually help them to get a better trading result.

    First of all, traders need to find exceptionally strong reversal signals at the top of an uptrend to time their exits,
    or at the bottom of a downtrend to time their entries. Reversal signals come in many shapes and sizes, in candlesticks as well as other forms.
    There are approximately 100 different candlestick indicators. One cannot possibly expect to look for all of these and some are more easily spotted than others.
    For this reason, it makes sense to identify the more reliable reversal signals and focus on looking for those.
    Some indicators work as price reversal signals about half the time and as price continuation signals the other half of the time.
    So, traders need to know all ifs and buts of reversal patterns.

    Secondly, traders need to make sure that there is a trend to reverse. Reversal only works if there is a trend to reverse.
    When traders find the reversal signals in the wrong places, they usually are continuation patterns
    sign that the price trend will continue in its current direction. The fact that the same indicator
    can be either a reversal or a continuation signal should not be confusing. It is just a matter of where it appears within the existing trend.

    Thirdly, traders have to always look for confirmation before they act.Finding independent confirmation of the predicted reversal is
    very important. Only when the confirmation is done, then traders should take action. Confirmation is one of the basic techniques used by
    technicians to time entry and exit. Because no signal is reliable all by itself all of the time, finding confirmation in one form or another
    just makes sense. These steps can help the traders to get the best ways of investing.



  • Candlestick 8:26 am on February 21, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    I will follow every time or give me some tips 

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    I see your all video, but i am confused from there. sir would you mind please advice me which candlestick pattern
    i will follow every time or give me some tips about profitable candlestick pattern with some picture.

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    Some single candlestick patterns

    Japanese candlestick pattern predictions have high accuracy rate.
    Traders should know four basic single Japanese candlestick patterns which are commonly used for the predictions.

    Hammer and Hanging man

    The hammer and hanging man look exactly alike but have totally different meanings depending on past price action.
    Both have little bodies (black or white), long lower shadows, and short or absent upper shadows.
    The hammer is a bullish reversal pattern that forms during a downtrend.
    When price is falling, hammers signal that the bottom is near and price will start rising again.
    The long lower shadow indicates that sellers pushed prices lower, but buyers were able to overcome this selling pressure and closed near the open.
    More bullish confirmation is needed before it’s safe to pull the trigger.
    A typical example of confirmation would be to wait for a white candlestick to close above the open to the right side of the hammer.
    The hanging man is a bearish reversal pattern that can also mark a top or strong resistance level.
    When price is rising, the formation of a hanging man indicates that sellers are beginning to outnumber buyers.
    The long lower shadow shows that sellers pushed prices lower during the session.
    Buyers were able to push the price back up some but only near the open.

    Inverted Hammer and Shooting Star

    The inverted hammer and shooting star also look identical.
    The only difference between them is whether you’re in a downtrend or uptrend.
    Both candlesticks have petite little bodies (filled or hollow), long upper shadows and small or absent lower shadows.
    The inverted hammer occurs when price has been falling suggests the possibility of a reversal.
    Its long upper shadow shows that buyers tried to bid the price higher.
    Since the sellers weren’t able to close the price any lower, this is a good indication that everybody who wants to sell has already sold.
    The shooting star is a bearish reversal pattern that looks identical to the inverted hammer but occurs when price has been rising.
    Its shape indicates that the price opened at its low, rallied, but pulled back to the bottom.
    This means that buyers attempted to push the price up, but sellers came in and overpowered them.

    This is a definite bearish sign since there are no more buyers left.


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  • Candlestick 12:01 pm on February 19, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Where the right entry and Why that trade are loss 

    Where the right entry and Why that trade are loss.

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    Thanks for your reply, sir would you mind please give me more example like this,
    where the right entry and why that trade are loss.



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    Some Japanese Candlestick Patterns

    The Japanese have been using candlestick charts for trading since the 17th century to analyze rice prices.
    Candlesticks were introduced into modern technical trading Candlesticks contain the same data as a normal bar chart but highlight the relationship between opening and closing prices.

    The narrow stick represents the range of prices traded during the period (high to low) while the broad mid-section represents the opening and closing prices for the period.
    If the close is higher than the open – the candlestick mid-section is hollow or shaded blue/green.
    If the open is higher than the close – the candlestick mid-section is filled in or shaded red.

    The long white line is a sign that buyers are firmly in control – a bullish candlestick.

    A long black line shows that sellers are in control – a bearish pattern.
    Marubozu are even stronger bull or bear signals than long lines as they show that buyers/sellers have remained in control from the open to the close.
    The doji candlestick occurs when the open and closing price are equal.
    This indicates the instability of the market and the exhaustion of the traders.
    An open and close in the middle of the candlestick signal indecision.
    Long-legged dojis, when they occur after small candlesticks, indicate a surge in volatility and warn of a potential trend change.
    4 Price dojis, where the high and low are equal, are normally only seen on thinly traded stocks.

    The dragonfly occurs when the open and close are near the top of the candlestick and signals reversal after a down-trend.
    The hammer is not as strong as the dragonfly candlestick, but also signals reversal after a down-trend.
    The shadow of the candlestick should be at least twice the height of the body.
    A gravestone is identified by open and close near the bottom of the trading range.
    The candlestick is the converse of a hammer and signals reversal when it occurs after an uptrend.


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  • Candlestick 12:56 pm on February 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Because Price not close down side 24 hour Candlestick low 

    Because Price not close down side 24 hour Candlestick low

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    I see your this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-nfDt5GTs0

    Please sir give me more example or detail why that trade are lost.

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    What is a Japanese Candlestick?
    Japanese candlestick analysis is perhaps the oldest of all the technical analyses.
    Japanese created their old school version of technical analysis to trade rice in the 17th century.
    Japanese candlesticks can be used for any forex time frame.
    They are used to describe the price action during the given time frame.
    Japanese candlesticks are formed using the open, high, low, and close of the chosen time period.
    If the close is above the open, then a hollow or white candlestick is drawn.
    They can also be shown by green candles.
    If the close is below the open, then a filled or black candlestick is drawn.
    Sometimes they are also shown with red candles.
    The hollow or filled section of the candlestick is called the “real body” or body.
    The thin lines poking above and below the body display the high/low range and are called shadows or wicks.
    The top of the upper shadow is the highest price or high.
    The bottom of the lower shadow is the lowest price or low.
    The Japanese predictions have high accuracy rate than other predictions or analyses.http://www.candlestick-trading.com/candlestick-trading-result/
    That’s why traders are using them more frequently to make the right call on their trading.
    Instead of just watching the trend, people can actually get a perfect idea about what is going to happen next by analyzing the candlestick graphs.
    That’s why technical trading and trading with the help of Japanese candlestick graphs are becoming more popular to the traders.
    It also has decreases the rate of loss in the market among the traders.


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  • Candlestick 12:34 am on February 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Candlestick Trading Result 

    Candlestick Trading Result

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    Candlestick graphs are short term trading tools.
    These tools are used for only short-term uses as they don’t count trend and support while doing any result.
    For this reason, candlesticks can only be used effectively in entry and then they have to be combined with support and trend.
    To get the most useful results, one has to use candlesticks in support resistance

    and also at entering into small pullbacks in the bigger trend.
    The first thing which is important is to know how the candlestick graph works.
    The upper shadow of the candlestick graph shows the highest price

    whereas at the top of the real body, you will see the opening price for a red

    candlestick and for a green candlestick that will be the closing price.
    The question arises to people’s mind is why the candlesticks are red and green.
    If the body of the candlestick is red that means the close is lower than the open.
    The body is shown green when the open is below the close.
    In red candlesticks the bottom is the closing price and in green candlesticks,

    the lowest price is the lower shadow.
    The candlesticks signs are mostly hammer, the hanging man,

    the gravestone Doji, the Doji star, dark cloud cover, harami etc.
    These are commonly used by buyers to decide when to buy or sell the share.
    The hammer is the best sign to show “Buy” sign to the buyers while the hanging man sign,

    which is quite close to hammer sign is used as “Sell” sign for the traders.
    It is up to the buyers how they follow the signs and decide accordingly.
    A wrong move can be dangerous for their trading.
    By knowing the simple candlesticks graph result tricks,

    traders can easily decide their next move and have safe trading experience.

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  • Candlestick 10:58 am on February 16, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Is there any way that we can pay in easy Installment 

    Is there any way that we can pay in easy Installment

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    Hello sir, great of you . Thanks for your quick reply.
    About the course , is there any way that we can pay in easy installment.

    as we pay, you can tell only that much of topic,
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    Entry and Exit in Price Action Trading
    Price action trading is one of the processes how trader’s trade in the market and the difference between other trading options and price
    action trading is that it uses no indicator.
    The price action traders use setups to determine entries and exits for positions.
    The perfect entry and exit is the basic rule of trading in the market.
    Entering a trade based on signals that have not triggered is known as entering early.
    It is considered to be higher risk since the possibility still exists that the market will not behave as predicted and will act so as to not
    trigger any signal. Each setup used by the traders has its optimal entry point.
    Some traders also use price action signals to exit, simply entering at one setup and then exiting the whole position on the appearance of a negative setup.
    The trader might simply exit instead at a profit target of a specific cash amount or at a predetermined level of loss.
    This style of exit is often based on the previous support and resistance levels of the chart.
    Price action traders use the price movements of the market to define the safe exit and entry point.
    For any trader, safe entry and exit is the basic rule of trading.
    A more experienced trader will have their own well-defined entry and exit criteria, built from experience.
    An experienced price action trader will be well trained at spotting multiple bars, patterns, formations and setups during real-time market observation.
    The trader will have a subjective opinion on the strength of each of these and how strong a setup they can build them into.
    A simple setup on its own is rarely enough to signal a trade. There should be several favorable bars, patterns, formations and setups in combination, along with a clear absence of opposing signals.

    How to identify correct support and resistance using only Candles


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  • Candlestick 12:00 am on February 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    How to identify correct support and resistance using only Candles 

    How to identify correct support and resistance using only candles

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    Hello sir, Thanks for your videos uploaded on youtube. I am trading in the market from 8 years but still i am confused,
    I have a question if you can help me.
    1. I want to identify correct support and resistance using only candles
    2. I want to know the correct swing low and swing high points
    3. In the candles which part is very important , the body or the tails

    Last thing if i want to learn from you , please send me the topics which you are going to educate by taking the fees.
    and how you will provide the classes, how many classes and how to pay the amount to you.
    I am waiting for your reply.
    Thank You


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    Candle patterns for safe investment

    For traders,
    a safe investment is very important.
    In Forex,
    candlestick patterns are being widely used by traders for making a call.
    There are lots of signals in candlestick patterns but the major patterns are mostly used for taking the correct decision.
    For the high accuracy rate of candlestick patterns,
    traders are being more interested in gathering more knowledge about the patterns.

    Candle patterns do not occur at all turning points.
    If a candle pattern is seen the first important work is to check for a support/resistance zone.
    Bullish patterns occur on support and bearish patterns occur at resistance.
    A support or resistance is not denoted by a single line,
    it is denoted by a zone.
    According to Japanese interpretation,
    bullish and bearish patterns are conflicting patterns.

    There are almost 40 candlestick patterns available in the market.
    But the topmost powerful candlestick patterns are abandoned baby,
    evening star,
    three black crows,
    two black gapping and three line strike.
    These powerful patterns have proven their accuracy and powerful actions after using them.
    The accuracy rate of these patterns are higher than most of the regular patterns.
    The Doji patterns are known as confusing patterns which states the instability of the market.

    With successful pattern predictions,
    investing in the Forex market has become safer for the traders.
    But many of these patterns are quite similar in looks.
    it needs to be interpreted correctly to get the best results.
    Also the past candlestick patterns needed to be carefully analyzed to get the accurate interpretation.

    Candle patterns have narrowed down the risks of investing and making a decision for the traders.
    more people are being encouraged to analyze these patterns and as a result more and more accurate patterns are being invented by traders for safe trading.
    The most accurate patterns are mainly zoned patterns rather than line patterns.

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