Candlestick Charts

The advance block is a variation of the three white soldiers formation. Generally two of the three candlesticks that make up the advance block have lengthy upper shadows, thus implying the bullish trend is at risk. The advance block is a bearish candlestick reversal pattern.
The bearish mat hold is a variation of the falling three methods. The formation is comprised of 5 candlesticks. The bearish mat hold is an extremely bearish setup due to its complexity and rarity.
A bearish separating line is a bearish continuation pattern.
Black Marubozu is a long black candlestick body with no shadows on either end. It is considered a bearish candlestick bar.
The breakaway pattern is comprised of five candlesticks that initiate explosive counter moves. The breakaway pattern can take place in both bull and bear markets.
The bullish mat hold is a variation of the rising three methods. The formation is comprised of 5 candlesticks.
A bullish separating line is a bullish continuation pattern.
Closing Marubozu has no shadow extending from the close of the candlestick body and can be either a bullish or bearish signal.
A dark cloud cover is a bearish candlestick reversal that occurs at the end of up trends. The dark cloud cover is the counterpart to the piercing line pattern.
The deliberation pattern is a variation of the three black crows and three white soldiers formation.
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