Posts tagged with "Bearish Reversal"
Advance Block Candlestick Pattern
Aug 17, 2020
The advance block is a three bar pattern that is usually taken as a bearish reversal signal. The pattern appears as a block of three white, rising candlesticks, each with a shorter body than the last.
Market Blow Offs: How to Identify and Profit from Bubbles and Crashes
Apr 30, 2018
Bubbles and blow offs produce winners and losers. The winners are those who get in early or those who anticipate the crash and profit from it. The losers are those don’t see what’s coming.
Belt Hold Patterns
Apr 23, 2018
Belt holds are a useful class of chart pattern because they highlight areas where market sentiment may be changing. As the name suggests, the...
The Bearish Shooting Star
Feb 19, 2018
In major currency pairs, the shooting star is shown to be reliable at predicting the immediate period ahead, but it is less reliable in forecasting longer term changes in trend.
The “Hanging Man” Candlestick Pattern Explained
Jan 29, 2018
The hanging man is Japanese candlestick pattern that appears in uptrends. It can in some circumstances be a sign that a trend is about...
Trading the Falling Window Signal
Dec 11, 2017
A falling window is a type of candlestick pattern that can appear in market selloffs. It forms where the price falls rapidly and produces...
The Bearish Breakaway
Nov 27, 2017
A bearish breakaway is a chart formation that can appear in a rising market when the price starts to pull or break away gradually...
Tweezer Top Chart Patterns
Oct 30, 2017
A tweezer top in a chart is generally treated as a bearish reversal pattern. It suggests that the market is losing upwards momentum and...
How to Trade a Three Black Crows Chart
Oct 23, 2017
The three black crows is a bearish sign that an uptrend has reversed or is in the process of reversing. It appears in trend tops as well as in bear rallies.
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.
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