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  • Candlestick 11:11 am on March 6, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Candlestick Patterns Basic Knowledge

    Candlestick charts are one of the most powerful technical analysis tools used by the traders in the market.
    They are also one of the most prevalent.
    Most technical analysis programs use candlesticks as the default mode of charting.
    If used correctly, candlesticks can give a signal in advance of much other market action.
    They can be a leading indicator of market activity for the traders.

    But just knowing about it cannot help the traders in their trading as there are perhaps more than
    100 individual candlesticks and candlestick patterns available in candlestick charts.
    This is a daunting amount of information for a trader to understand and apply for own benefits
    For those not familiar with the details of candlestick charting, it’t important to go over the fundamentals.
    The difference between the open and the close is called the real body of the candlestick.
    The higher of these values creates the upper extreme of the real body, and the lower of these values creates the lower extreme.
    The amount the stock close in price above the real body is called the upper shadow.
    The amount that the stock fell below the real body is called the lower shadow.

    If the candle is green or white, it means the lower extreme is defined by the opening price and that the stock price close during the period being charted.
    If the candle is red or black, then the lower extreme identifies the closing price and the stock fell during the period.

    Candles may be created for any time period: Monthly, weekly, hourly or even a minute.
    Regardless of the time frame, candlesticks should not be judged in isolation; traders
    should always look for follow-up action to confirm any signals during the following applicable period.
    Otherwise they may fail to gather the actual knowledge of the market and risk their trading opportunities.

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    On the 24 Candlesticks Entry Timing Strategy

     
    • Candlestick 10:50 am on March 5, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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      All the basic things about engulfing pattern

      There are more than 100 simple and complex patterns in candlestick charts.
      This is a vast knowledge for any trader.
      But if they can have the basic knowledge of the most common patterns, they can still survive the flood.
      Engulfing pattern is one of the common patterns the traders have to stumble upon everyday in the market chart.
      There are two types of engulfing patterns: bullish engulfing pattern and bearish engulfing pattern.

      The bullish engulfing pattern is most significant when it occurs after a prolonged downtrend.
      The stock or index has been selling off sharply.
      On the day of the bullish engulfing pattern, prices will often start the day by falling.
      However, strong buying interest comes in and turns the market around.
      The bullish engulfing pattern is so named because the open-close range of this candle surrounds or engulfs the open-close range of the previous one.
      The bullish engulfing represents a reversal of supply and demand.
      Whereas supply has previously far outstripped demand, now the buyers are more eager than the sellers.
      Perhaps at a market bottom, this is just short covering at first, but it is the catalyst that ultimately creates a buying stampede.
       When analyzing the bullish engulfing pattern, traders have to always be aware of its size.
      The larger the candle, the more significant the possible reversal is.
      A bullish engulfing candle that consumes several of the previous candles speaks of a powerful shift in the market.

      The opposite of a bullish engulfing candle, a bearish engulfing candle pattern will move to test a level above the previous day high,
      then after finding selling volume will move sharply downwards, breaking the previous day low.
      Again this can be a precursor to a sharp sustained drop in price or trend change.
      Because of the possible trend changing effects both of these patterns are very important for the traders.

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