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Bearish Closing Marubozu

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A bearish closing Marubozu is a candlestick chart pattern indicating that bears have full control of the market, with the stock opening near its high for the day and closing near its low with no upper wick. The main character is a Red body and does not have a shadow… Read More »Bearish Closing Marubozu

Bullish Closing Marubozu

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A Bullish Closing Marubozu is a candlestick pattern that signals strong bullish sentiment in the market. It is characterized by a long green or white body with no upper or lower shadow, indicating sustained buying pressure throughout the day. The main character is a green body with no shadow at… Read More »Bullish Closing Marubozu

Hanging Man Candlestick Pattern

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The Hanging Man is a bearish candlestick pattern commonly used in technical analysis to signal a potential trend reversal. It is formed when a small-bodied candlestick with a long lower shadow appears after an uptrend, indicating that sellers are beginning to outnumber buyers. You can identify the Hanging Man pattern… Read More »Hanging Man Candlestick Pattern

In neck Candlestick Patterns

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In neck Candlestick Patterns is a type of candlestick pattern that indicates a bearish continuation in a downtrend, suggesting that the downward trend is likely to persist. This pattern forms when a small white candlestick closes just below the low of the preceding long black candlestick. It consists of a… Read More »In neck Candlestick Patterns

On Neck Candlestick Pattern

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On Neck Candlestick Pattern is a two-candlestick pattern used in technical analysis. This chart pattern resembles two candlesticks that seem to be catching each other’s necks. The first red candle appears followed by a green candle that closes on the neckline, which is formed where the two candles finish after… Read More »On Neck Candlestick Pattern

Matching High candlestick pattern

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Matching High candlestick patterns indicate a potential reversal of an uptrend or the start of a downtrend. This pattern occurs when two or more candlesticks have the same high price. To identify a matching high pattern, look for two or more consecutive candlesticks with the same high price. The pattern… Read More »Matching High candlestick pattern