Introduction to Candlesticks

White Candlestick
March 17, 2016 at 1:18 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Price Movement at a Glance The most important thing to understand about technical analysis is that instead of relying on observations about society or the value that a certain commodity might have to certain people down the road, it uses concrete patter...Read More »
Upside Tasuki Gap
March 17, 2016 at 1:17 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Bridging the Gap Before you can start to use patterns like the upside tasuki gap to your advantage, you have to understand the methodology that they come from. In the earliest centuries of the rice trade, Japanese investors interested in the rice trade ...Read More »
Shooting Star
March 17, 2016 at 1:17 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Trouble In Paradise Before you can understand the significance of the shooting star, you’re going to have to establish a firm understanding of the way traditional candlestick charts work in the first place. Basic candlestick charts are made up of bar ...Read More »
Rising Three Methods
March 17, 2016 at 1:16 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Moving Up In The World The rising three methods is a member of the candlestick chart analysis family, which means that it uses the traditional candlestick shape to communicate important information about a certain stock, and the direction that it is lik...Read More »
Red Candlestick
March 17, 2016 at 1:16 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Interpreting The Signs Technical analysts depend on the candlestick stock charts to relay information about the movement of stock prices in an easy to understand format. Early Japanese rice traders are thought to be the first ones to use this early form...Read More »
Morning Star
March 17, 2016 at 1:15 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Good News On The Horizon The morning star is part of a larger family of charting techniques, called candlestick charts. These are some of the oldest tools in the industry, as they are based on techniques used by Japanese rice traders centuries ago. The ...Read More »
Long-Legged Doji
March 17, 2016 at 1:15 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Indecision In The Marketplace The doji is actually a very important part of technical analysis using candlestick charts and signals, and interpreted literally, it means that the opening and closing prices on the day were identical. The long-legged doji ...Read More »
Heikin-Ashi Technique
March 17, 2016 at 1:14 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Balancing On One Foot The Heikin-Ashi technique is part of a larger family of charting techniques called candlesticks. These charts are simple bar graphs that contain information about the opening and closing prices of a certain stock over time. Not onl...Read More »
Harami Cross
March 17, 2016 at 1:13 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” The End of a Trend Before you can understand the usefulness of the harami cross, you have to have a firm understanding of the basic candlestick charts, and how to interpret their data for your own use. First of all, the candlestick is a type of bar grap...Read More »
Falling Three Methods
March 17, 2016 at 1:13 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Interruption, Not Reversal The candlestick charts, like all tracking charts, are meant to allow investors to see and interpret market activity at a glance. Through these charts, investors are able to step back from the individual trades and observe the ...Read More »
Evening Star
March 17, 2016 at 1:12 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Bearish Reversal Pattern Many people are unaware of how much traders and analysts depend on stock chart patterns to help them make educated decisions about what will happen with their stocks in the future. Centuries ago, when they were first getting inv...Read More »
Downside Tasuki Gap
March 17, 2016 at 1:11 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Beware Of the Black Candle Before you can really develop a firm understanding of candlestick chart signals like the downside tasuki gap, it’s important that you become more familiar with the general uses and appearances of the candlestick charts thems...Read More »

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