Long-Legged Doji - Reversal Candlestick Pattern


Long-legged doji is a candle with a long upper and lower shadows and a small real body. Another name for the long-legged doji is the rickshaw man. The long upper and lower shadow is a sign that the market is confused and approaching a transition period. The Japanese interpret the candle to mean that the trend has "lost its sense of direction". Traders should wait for the high of the candle to be exceeded prior to taking a long position and the low to be violated before initiating any shorts. The key to success when this candle, is your ability to assess the strength or weakness of the current trend.

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Long-Legged Doji Chart Example

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