Trading the Gravestone Doji – Bearish Reversals
Sep 11, 2017
A gravestone doji can be a sign that an uptrend has moved too high, too quickly. This can mean some retracement is necessary before new highs can be made.
Evening Star Candlestick Pattern
Sep 4, 2017
As a trading pattern, the preferred way to trade the evening star is when it appears in the bullish upward swings of a downward trending market.
Morning Star Candlestick Pattern
Aug 28, 2017
A morning star strategy is used for trading on short swings in a downward trending market. The pattern usually shows up where the market has reached an oversold level.
Harami Candlestick Patterns: Trading the “Inside Bar”
Aug 21, 2017
A harami pattern marks a sudden break in a trend where there’s indecision. At this point the buyers and sellers are closely matched leading the price to hover.
The Bearish Dark Cloud Pattern
Aug 14, 2017
When trading an uptrend we always want to be alert to changes in bullish sentiment even on a small scale. The dark cloud is one such pattern that we can look for as an early sign of a bearish reversal.
Piercing Line Candlestick Patterns as Bullish Reversals
Aug 7, 2017
A piercing line is a simple yet useful candlestick pattern to look for when trading short term up and down swings within a price channel.
Pitchfork Method for Analyzing Trends and Price Channels
Jul 10, 2017
The characteristic “pitchfork pattern” is very common in forex and in other charts. So this is a method that has great practical application.
Heikin Ashi Charts and How to Use Them
Mar 21, 2017
Heikin Ashi is most useful for visually identifying places where the market is trending. This makes them suited to scalpers, swing traders, and day traders.
“Cheat Sheet” of Common Charting Patterns
Feb 22, 2017
The following cheat sheet will help you to identify the most common technical patterns that appear in forex charts. Click each heading for more information.
The Descending Broadening Wedge
Feb 21, 2017
The descending broadening wedge is easily spotted on a chart. It looks like a megaphone with a downwards tilt. It’s equally likely to appear in downtrends as well as uptrends.
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