Candlestick Charts

Matching high is a two-bar candlestick reversal pattern where both green candles have the same closing price. This pattern indicates that a potential top is in place.

Matching Low is a two-bar candlestick reversal pattern where both red candles have the same closing price. This pattern indicates that a potential bottom is in place.

Meeting Lines are formed when opposite-colored candlesticks have the same closing price.

The One Black Crow (red candlestick) is a bearish reversal pattern comprised of two candlesticks. The One Black Crow carries more weight if it comes after a clear uptrend has been in place.
The One White soldier (green candlestick) is a bullish reversal pattern comprised of two candlesticks. The One White soldier carries more weight if it comes after a clear downtrend has been in place.

An opening marubozu has no shadow extending from the open of the candlestick body. This is an early indication that the bulls are in control and there is further upside potential.

A paper umbrella is a small candlestick where the lower and upper wicks are larger than the body.

Piercing Line is a bullish candlestick reversal that occurs at the end of downtrends.

The bullish rising three method and bearish falling three method candlestick patterns are continuation candlestick patterns.

The squeeze alert pattern is a three candlestick formation that precedes explosive counter moves in the market.

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