Candlestick Charts

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

The two crows candlestick formation consists of three candlesticks, and its reliability as a bearish reversal signal increases if it takes place after a long uptrend.

The two rabbits candlestick formation consists of three candlesticks, and its reliability as a bullish reversal signal increases if it takes place after a long downtrend.

The Upside Tasuki Gap is a three day candlestick continuation pattern. The pattern starts with a green candlestick that has gapped above the previous green candlestick.

A white marubozu is a long white body with no shadows on either end.

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