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Bullish Continuation Patterns

See Slides 5-63

Top Reversals

The applicable rules for a top reversal:

A top reversal is only possible AFTER an uptrend.

Most patterns need a confirmation.

A confirmation must appear one up to three candles after the pattern.

This confirmation is a big black candle, high volume with the new down move, a falling window, or breaking support.

For best results, you must combine candlestick patterns with Western technical analysis.

An unconfirmed pattern has no further meaning.

 

CANDLESTICKS CONTINUATION PATTERNS

Bullish Three-line Strike ( )

In an uptrend, there are three or more days of higher prices, followed by a big black candle covering most of the previous bars up-move. Wait for a confirmation.

Rising Three ( )

In an uptrend, a big white candle is followed by a number of small, mostly black bodies. The pattern ends with a big white candle with a new high price.

Mat Hold ( )

This is a variation of the rising three. In an uptrend, a big white candle is followed by a small candle with a rising window and a lower closing price, forming an evening star pattern. Next, there are a number of small, mostly black candles. The pattern ends with a big white candle with a new high price.

Separating Lines ( )

  In an uptrend, a black body is followed by a white body with the same opening price.  

 

 

CANDLESTICKS CONTINUATION PATTERNS


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  1. Bearish Continuation Patterns
  2. Engulfing Bullish ( )
  3. Reversal, Continuation and Bilateral




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