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  • Candlestick 10:06 pm on September 2, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    • Candlestick 10:13 pm on April 1, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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      Counting the legs of a trend candlesticks 

      Counting the legs of a trend candlesticks

      When looking at the trend of any currency you will easily notice that the market prices doesn’t
      just rise continuously if the trend is an uptrend or drop continuously downwards if the trend is downwards.

      For any trend, there are some retracements along the trend. For example, if it is an uptrend you
      will find out that there will be some downward retracements. And some other time, the market prices may
      just oscillate between a certain range.

      Now, before entering a trade anticipating the continuation of the market price swings, the trader
      should know how to count the legs. A leg is a complete swing (uptrend and a down trend, where the
      market prices move up from a specific price and then drops to around the same price as it was).
      Taking note of the number of swings that have taken place is what is referred to as counting the legs of a trend.

      https://youtu.be/-6nsO9fdLrA

       

      Double top bear flags and double bottom bull flags candlesticks

      Firstly, let’s consider a flag. A flag pattern consists of a large unpredictable upward
      move (similar to a flag pole followed by a retracement downward in an almost 450 angle.
      Then a measured move・breaks back to roughly equal the original flag pole portion.

      Now, Double top bear flag is a flag that occurs during the progress of a bear trend,
      where there are two swings with points up to almost the same level after which
      the bear (downward) trend resumes. On the other hand a double bottom bull flag is a flag
      that occurs during a bull trend, where there are two swings with points down to almost the same level,
      after which the bull trend resumes.

      https://youtu.be/-0KBcfkqRqA

      Tight channel and spike and channel bull or bear

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