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Reversal Candlestick Patterns

 

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The more you learn about candlestick charting, the better off you will be in your trading.

?? ? ? ? Listen to what the patterns are telling you. If they tell you a stock is ready to go ?down, ?it may not happen in the next bar but you can rest assure that it will happen. ? ? ? ??

4 thoughts on “Candlestick Charting can help your trading. | Technical analysis

  1. Dollie Mccrystal says:

    Can anyone recommend me a best freeware or a trial (but fullly function) version of commercial software for a candlestick charting.
    The software should be able to recognise common candlestick patterns and/or trends.

    I’d also need a free source of stock price data so I could feed that data into the application to analyse my previous actions from
    technical analysis viewpoint.

    I don’t really need a fresh market data – historical (e.g. month/two old data is fine) would be enough for my research.

    Thanks.

  2. Steve says:

    Well Dollie, if you use a trading platform like think or swim you get all that and more for free.
    Just open an account with them. You might not even have to fund it to get to use their tools.

  3. Richie Barchus says:

    I am 18 and I am just learning how to spread bet with my basic understanding of technical analysis in line-dot charts and candlestick charts. I am a strong believer in the saying “the trend is your friend”, and I placed a bet on the price of gold would fall based on the fact that the trend had went up all year so far and in the coming months and weeks, days, hours, minutes etc, and it took a turn at some point a few days ago and had been going down for hours during the day mostly. I bought at 1,114.5, it rose to 1,115 and I can’t tell wether the price of gold is going to continue to rise or fall (hopefully fall!).

    What I do know however is that where it stopped trading at the end of this weeks trading, I could tell that on a candlestick chart of gold, there was a spinning top within a 2-hour timescale chart which suggests to me that there is an indicision between buyers and sellers and thats where I’m not sure of where the trend is due to head.

    Will it rise or fall from its current price of 1,115. Please give me a good resonable, easy to understand answer to earn maximum star best answer.

    P.S. Sorry its too long of question.

  4. Marissa Degan says:

    I am 18 and I am just learning how to spread bet with my basic understanding of technical analysis in line-dot charts and candlestick charts. I am a strong believer in the saying “the trend is your friend”, and I placed a bet on the price of gold would fall based on the fact that the trend had went up all year so far and in the coming months and weeks, days, hours, minutes etc, and it took a turn at some point a few days ago and had been going down for hours during the day mostly. I bought at 1,114.5, it rose to 1,115 and I can’t tell wether the price of gold is going to continue to rise or fall (hopefully fall!).

    What I do know however is that where it stopped trading at the end of this weeks trading, I could tell that on a candlestick chart of gold, there was a spinning top within a 2-hour timescale chart which suggests to me that there is an indicision between buyers and sellers and thats where I’m not sure of where the trend is due to head.

    Will it rise or fall from its current price of 1,115. Please give me a good resonable, easy to understand answer to earn maximum star best answer.

    P.S. Sorry its too long of question.

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