Candlestick Charts

The three black crows and three white soldiers formations preclude more longer term reversals in a stock or market.

The three inside down pattern is comprised of three candlesticks and is an early signal that a bearish reversal is in play.

The three outside down pattern is comprised of three candlesticks and is an early signal that a bearish reversal is in play.

The three outside up pattern is comprised of three candlesticks and is an early signal that a bullish reversal is in play.

The three stars in the north formation is a rare bearish candlestick reversal pattern. It is comprised of three candlesticks and is an early sign that a bearish reversal is in play.

The three stars in the south formation is a rare bullish candlestick reversal pattern. It is comprised of three candlesticks and is an early sign that a bullish reversal is in play.

Tower Bottoms occur when an asset is in the last stage of a downtrend and produces large green candlesticks that lead to a bullish reversal.

Tower Tops occur when an asset is in the last stage of an uptrend and produces large red candlesticks that lead to a bearish reversal

The tri-star candlestick reversal pattern is a three doji reversal pattern that s very accurate in determining tops and bottoms.

A tweezer (kenuki) bottom occurs when the lows of two or more candlesticks are equal in a series of candlesticks. The lows of these days can also coincide with the open or close. These lows will later become support.
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