- Candlestick Patterns
Candlestick chart patterns are able to highlight trend weakness and reversal signals that may not be apparent on a normal bar chart.
- Candlesticks Strongest
Japanese Candlestick Chart Patterns, displayed from strongest to weakest.
Library of Japanese Candlestick Reversal Patterns, displayed from strongest to weakest, in two columns: Bullish & Bearish Patterns. Reversals are candlestick patterns that tend to resolve in the opposite direction to the prevailing trend.
Library of Japanese Candlestick Continuation Patterns, displayed from strongest to weakest, in two columns: Bullish & Bearish Patterns. Continuation Patterns are candlestick patterns that tend to resolve in the same direction as the prevailing trend.
Consolidation Patterns are typically weak candlestick patterns that have close to an even chance of resolving in either direction.
- Bar/OHLC Charts
How to identify trends, control, commitment, uncertainty, inside and outside days.
Gaps are often found at breakouts or during a strong trend.
- Wide Ranging Days
A powerful signal, especially after big volume changes or a strong trend.
A spike is identified by a high sharply above the days on either side, a close near the day's low, and a strong preceding trend.
- Volume Spikes/Dips
There are two times where daily volume will highlight unusual trading activity: a spike above the normal range or a dip below normal activity levels.