Candlestick Update


One of the difficulties of trading with candlestick patterns is recognizing the exact formation of certain patterns on the chart, especially if you are analyzing multiple time frames and pairs at once. The data below is specifically presented to make it easier for you to get candle pattern updates automatically in major pairs in various time frames. Thus, you don't need to manually interpret price patterns on the chart to get trading signals.


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A three-candle pattern, all of them are long bearish candles. The closing price of the second candle is lower than the first candle, as well as the closing price of the third candle compared to the second candle. This pattern indicates a bearish momentum that can still bring prices down.

This pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candle is bullish and bigger and engulfs the second candle which is a bearish pattern. This pattern indicates that the uptrend is starting to lose momentum. The axes of the second candlestick have not to be in the range of the first candlestick, although this condition can increase the signal accuracy.

A three-candle pattern, where the first candle is long bullish and followed by the second candle that forms a gap up and has a small body. The third candle is a bearish candle confirming the reversal. If the third body candle is getting bigger, it reflects to the higher the accuracy of the bearish reversal signal.

A two-candle pattern, it is consisting of a first long bearish candle at the end of the downtrend, the second candle has a small body with almost the same opening price compared to the closing price. If the second candle gets smaller, it means the higher the accuracy of the bullish signal.

A multi-candle pattern (more than 3 candles). The first candle is long bearish and is followed by several short bullish candles that signal a correction. A bearish continuation is confirmed when a long bearish candle is formed again which touches a new low and closes the Falling Three Methods pattern.

A one-candle pattern that closes near or at the highest price (High), thus indicating a weakening of the downtrend momentum. The longer the lower axis and the smaller the body candle, the higher the accuracy of the bullish reversal signal.

A three-candle pattern, the first candle is long bearish followed by the second candle that forms a gap down and has a small body. The third candle is a bullish candle confirming a reversal. The bigger of the third body candle reflects the accuracy of the bullish reversal signal.

This pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candle is bearish and engulfs the second bullish candle. This pattern indicates that the downtrend is starting to lose momentum. Although it can increase signal accuracy, the axes of the second candlestick do not have to be in the range of the first candlestick.

A three-candle pattern, with the first candle, is a long bearish candle, followed by the second candle in the form of a doji which forms a gap down and has a small body. The third candle confirms the reversal by forming a long bullish candle and a gap up from the doji (second candle).

A one-candle pattern that has a very long lower axis with a small body. This indicates a weakening in bearish sentiment and a strengthening of buyer sentiment. The smaller the body and the longer the lower axis of the candle, the stronger the bullish reversal signal will be.

A three-candle pattern, where the first 2 candles form a Bearish Engulfing formation, while the third candle pattern is a bearish candle that confirms a bearish reversal.

A three-candle pattern, the first 2 candles form a Bullish Engulfing formation, while the third candle pattern is a bullish candle that confirms a bullish reversal.

A two-candle pattern, the first candle is bearish and "engulfed" by the second bullish candle. This candle pattern indicates a weakening of the downtrend momentum which is taken over by bullish sentiment.

Engulfing Bearish pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candlestick is bullish and 'eaten' by the second candlestick which is bearish. This pattern indicates a weakening uptrend momentum and strengthening bearish sentiment in the market.

A one-candle pattern that occurs at the top of an uptrend. The open creates a gap up from the previous candle, then closes near the low. A confirmation signal breach is obtained from the next candle that opens with a price below the Shooting Star body candle.

A one-candle pattern opened lower than the previous candle. The feature of the Inverted Hammer is that it has a small body and a long upper axis. The longer the upper axis and the smaller the body, the more significant the Inverted Hammer bullish signal.

A four-candle pattern, where the first 3 candles are bullish candles which are consecutively closed at a higher price, while the fourth candlestick is a long bearish candlestick.

A three candle pattern, all of them are a long bullish candle. The second closed price candle is bigger than the first candle, and the third closed price candle also gets bigger compared to the second candle. This pattern indicates a momentum of bullish continuation.


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A one-candle pattern that forms a gap up from the previous candle. The Hanging Man has a lower axis that is longer than the body. A bearish reversal signal is confirmed if the next candle is bearish or forms a gap down.Apa Itu Hanging Man?

This pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candle is bearish and engulfs the second bullish candle. This pattern indicates that the downtrend is starting to lose momentum. Although it can increase signal accuracy, the axes of the second candlestick do not have to be in the range of the first candlestick.

A three-candle pattern, where the first 2 candles form a Bearish Engulfing formation, while the third candle pattern is a bearish candle that confirms a bearish reversal.

This pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candle is bullish and bigger and engulfs the second candle which is a bearish pattern. This pattern indicates that the uptrend is starting to lose momentum. The axes of the second candlestick have not to be in the range of the first candlestick, although this condition can increase the signal accuracy.

A one-candle pattern that has a very long lower axis with a small body. This indicates a weakening in bearish sentiment and a strengthening of buyer sentiment. The smaller the body and the longer the lower axis of the candle, the stronger the bullish reversal signal will be.

A one-candle pattern that closes near or at the highest price (High), thus indicating a weakening of the downtrend momentum. The longer the lower axis and the smaller the body candle, the higher the accuracy of the bullish reversal signal.

A three-candle pattern, the first 2 candles form a Bullish Engulfing formation, while the third candle pattern is a bullish candle that confirms a bullish reversal.

A three-candle pattern, the first candle is long bearish followed by the second candle that forms a gap down and has a small body. The third candle is a bullish candle confirming a reversal. The bigger of the third body candle reflects the accuracy of the bullish reversal signal.

A two-candle pattern, the first candle is bearish and "engulfed" by the second bullish candle. This candle pattern indicates a weakening of the downtrend momentum which is taken over by bullish sentiment.

A three-candle pattern, with the first candle, is a long bearish candle, followed by the second candle in the form of a doji which forms a gap down and has a small body. The third candle confirms the reversal by forming a long bullish candle and a gap up from the doji (second candle).

A four-candle pattern, where the first 3 candles are bullish candles which are consecutively closed at a higher price, while the fourth candlestick is a long bearish candlestick.

A one-candle pattern opened lower than the previous candle. The feature of the Inverted Hammer is that it has a small body and a long upper axis. The longer the upper axis and the smaller the body, the more significant the Inverted Hammer bullish signal.

A three-candle pattern, all of them are long bearish candles. The closing price of the second candle is lower than the first candle, as well as the closing price of the third candle compared to the second candle. This pattern indicates a bearish momentum that can still bring prices down.

A three-candle pattern, where the first candle is long bullish and followed by the second candle that forms a gap up and has a small body. The third candle is a bearish candle confirming the reversal. If the third body candle is getting bigger, it reflects to the higher the accuracy of the bearish reversal signal.

Engulfing Bearish pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candlestick is bullish and 'eaten' by the second candlestick which is bearish. This pattern indicates a weakening uptrend momentum and strengthening bearish sentiment in the market.

A one-candle pattern that occurs at the top of an uptrend. The open creates a gap up from the previous candle, then closes near the low. A confirmation signal breach is obtained from the next candle that opens with a price below the Shooting Star body candle.

A multi-candle pattern (more than 3 candles). The first candle is long bearish and is followed by several short bullish candles that signal a correction. A bearish continuation is confirmed when a long bearish candle is formed again which touches a new low and closes the Falling Three Methods pattern.

A three candle pattern, all of them are a long bullish candle. The second closed price candle is bigger than the first candle, and the third closed price candle also gets bigger compared to the second candle. This pattern indicates a momentum of bullish continuation.

A two-candle pattern, it is consisting of a first long bearish candle at the end of the downtrend, the second candle has a small body with almost the same opening price compared to the closing price. If the second candle gets smaller, it means the higher the accuracy of the bullish signal.


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This pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candle is bullish and bigger and engulfs the second candle which is a bearish pattern. This pattern indicates that the uptrend is starting to lose momentum. The axes of the second candlestick have not to be in the range of the first candlestick, although this condition can increase the signal accuracy.

This pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candle is bearish and engulfs the second bullish candle. This pattern indicates that the downtrend is starting to lose momentum. Although it can increase signal accuracy, the axes of the second candlestick do not have to be in the range of the first candlestick.

A three-candle pattern, the first candle is long bearish followed by the second candle that forms a gap down and has a small body. The third candle is a bullish candle confirming a reversal. The bigger of the third body candle reflects the accuracy of the bullish reversal signal.

A one-candle pattern that occurs at the top of an uptrend. The open creates a gap up from the previous candle, then closes near the low. A confirmation signal breach is obtained from the next candle that opens with a price below the Shooting Star body candle.

A multi-candle pattern (more than 3 candles). The first candle is long bearish and is followed by several short bullish candles that signal a correction. A bearish continuation is confirmed when a long bearish candle is formed again which touches a new low and closes the Falling Three Methods pattern.

A one-candle pattern that closes near or at the highest price (High), thus indicating a weakening of the downtrend momentum. The longer the lower axis and the smaller the body candle, the higher the accuracy of the bullish reversal signal.

A one-candle pattern that has a very long lower axis with a small body. This indicates a weakening in bearish sentiment and a strengthening of buyer sentiment. The smaller the body and the longer the lower axis of the candle, the stronger the bullish reversal signal will be.

A three-candle pattern, with the first candle, is a long bearish candle, followed by the second candle in the form of a doji which forms a gap down and has a small body. The third candle confirms the reversal by forming a long bullish candle and a gap up from the doji (second candle).

A three candle pattern, all of them are a long bullish candle. The second closed price candle is bigger than the first candle, and the third closed price candle also gets bigger compared to the second candle. This pattern indicates a momentum of bullish continuation.

A three-candle pattern, all of them are long bearish candles. The closing price of the second candle is lower than the first candle, as well as the closing price of the third candle compared to the second candle. This pattern indicates a bearish momentum that can still bring prices down.

A three-candle pattern, the first 2 candles form a Bullish Engulfing formation, while the third candle pattern is a bullish candle that confirms a bullish reversal.

A two-candle pattern, the first candle is bearish and "engulfed" by the second bullish candle. This candle pattern indicates a weakening of the downtrend momentum which is taken over by bullish sentiment.

A three-candle pattern, where the first 2 candles form a Bearish Engulfing formation, while the third candle pattern is a bearish candle that confirms a bearish reversal.

Engulfing Bearish pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candlestick is bullish and 'eaten' by the second candlestick which is bearish. This pattern indicates a weakening uptrend momentum and strengthening bearish sentiment in the market.

A two-candle pattern, it is consisting of a first long bearish candle at the end of the downtrend, the second candle has a small body with almost the same opening price compared to the closing price. If the second candle gets smaller, it means the higher the accuracy of the bullish signal.

A three-candle pattern, where the first candle is long bullish and followed by the second candle that forms a gap up and has a small body. The third candle is a bearish candle confirming the reversal. If the third body candle is getting bigger, it reflects to the higher the accuracy of the bearish reversal signal.

A one-candle pattern opened lower than the previous candle. The feature of the Inverted Hammer is that it has a small body and a long upper axis. The longer the upper axis and the smaller the body, the more significant the Inverted Hammer bullish signal.

A four-candle pattern, where the first 3 candles are bullish candles which are consecutively closed at a higher price, while the fourth candlestick is a long bearish candlestick.


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A three-candle pattern, with the first candle, is a long bearish candle, followed by the second candle in the form of a doji which forms a gap down and has a small body. The third candle confirms the reversal by forming a long bullish candle and a gap up from the doji (second candle).

A two-candle pattern, it is consisting of a first long bearish candle at the end of the downtrend, the second candle has a small body with almost the same opening price compared to the closing price. If the second candle gets smaller, it means the higher the accuracy of the bullish signal.

A multi-candle pattern (more than 3 candles). The first candle is long bearish and is followed by several short bullish candles that signal a correction. A bearish continuation is confirmed when a long bearish candle is formed again which touches a new low and closes the Falling Three Methods pattern.

A three-candle pattern, where the first candle is long bullish and followed by the second candle that forms a gap up and has a small body. The third candle is a bearish candle confirming the reversal. If the third body candle is getting bigger, it reflects to the higher the accuracy of the bearish reversal signal.

This pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candle is bullish and bigger and engulfs the second candle which is a bearish pattern. This pattern indicates that the uptrend is starting to lose momentum. The axes of the second candlestick have not to be in the range of the first candlestick, although this condition can increase the signal accuracy.

A two-candle pattern, the first candle is bearish and "engulfed" by the second bullish candle. This candle pattern indicates a weakening of the downtrend momentum which is taken over by bullish sentiment.

A three-candle pattern, the first candle is long bearish followed by the second candle that forms a gap down and has a small body. The third candle is a bullish candle confirming a reversal. The bigger of the third body candle reflects the accuracy of the bullish reversal signal.

A one-candle pattern that occurs at the top of an uptrend. The open creates a gap up from the previous candle, then closes near the low. A confirmation signal breach is obtained from the next candle that opens with a price below the Shooting Star body candle.

This pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candle is bearish and engulfs the second bullish candle. This pattern indicates that the downtrend is starting to lose momentum. Although it can increase signal accuracy, the axes of the second candlestick do not have to be in the range of the first candlestick.

A three candle pattern, all of them are a long bullish candle. The second closed price candle is bigger than the first candle, and the third closed price candle also gets bigger compared to the second candle. This pattern indicates a momentum of bullish continuation.

A three-candle pattern, all of them are long bearish candles. The closing price of the second candle is lower than the first candle, as well as the closing price of the third candle compared to the second candle. This pattern indicates a bearish momentum that can still bring prices down.

A one-candle pattern opened lower than the previous candle. The feature of the Inverted Hammer is that it has a small body and a long upper axis. The longer the upper axis and the smaller the body, the more significant the Inverted Hammer bullish signal.

A three-candle pattern, where the first 2 candles form a Bearish Engulfing formation, while the third candle pattern is a bearish candle that confirms a bearish reversal.

A one-candle pattern that has a very long lower axis with a small body. This indicates a weakening in bearish sentiment and a strengthening of buyer sentiment. The smaller the body and the longer the lower axis of the candle, the stronger the bullish reversal signal will be.

A one-candle pattern that forms a gap up from the previous candle. The Hanging Man has a lower axis that is longer than the body. A bearish reversal signal is confirmed if the next candle is bearish or forms a gap down.Apa Itu Hanging Man?

A three-candle pattern, the first 2 candles form a Bullish Engulfing formation, while the third candle pattern is a bullish candle that confirms a bullish reversal.

A one-candle pattern that closes near or at the highest price (High), thus indicating a weakening of the downtrend momentum. The longer the lower axis and the smaller the body candle, the higher the accuracy of the bullish reversal signal.

Engulfing Bearish pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candlestick is bullish and 'eaten' by the second candlestick which is bearish. This pattern indicates a weakening uptrend momentum and strengthening bearish sentiment in the market.


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A two-candle pattern, it is consisting of a first long bearish candle at the end of the downtrend, the second candle has a small body with almost the same opening price compared to the closing price. If the second candle gets smaller, it means the higher the accuracy of the bullish signal.

A three candle pattern, all of them are a long bullish candle. The second closed price candle is bigger than the first candle, and the third closed price candle also gets bigger compared to the second candle. This pattern indicates a momentum of bullish continuation.

A multi-candle pattern (more than 3 candles). The first candle is long bearish and is followed by several short bullish candles that signal a correction. A bearish continuation is confirmed when a long bearish candle is formed again which touches a new low and closes the Falling Three Methods pattern.

A three-candle pattern, the first candle is long bearish followed by the second candle that forms a gap down and has a small body. The third candle is a bullish candle confirming a reversal. The bigger of the third body candle reflects the accuracy of the bullish reversal signal.

Engulfing Bearish pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candlestick is bullish and 'eaten' by the second candlestick which is bearish. This pattern indicates a weakening uptrend momentum and strengthening bearish sentiment in the market.

A three-candle pattern, where the first 2 candles form a Bearish Engulfing formation, while the third candle pattern is a bearish candle that confirms a bearish reversal.

This pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candle is bullish and bigger and engulfs the second candle which is a bearish pattern. This pattern indicates that the uptrend is starting to lose momentum. The axes of the second candlestick have not to be in the range of the first candlestick, although this condition can increase the signal accuracy.

A two-candle pattern, the first candle is bearish and "engulfed" by the second bullish candle. This candle pattern indicates a weakening of the downtrend momentum which is taken over by bullish sentiment.

A three-candle pattern, the first 2 candles form a Bullish Engulfing formation, while the third candle pattern is a bullish candle that confirms a bullish reversal.

A one-candle pattern that closes near or at the highest price (High), thus indicating a weakening of the downtrend momentum. The longer the lower axis and the smaller the body candle, the higher the accuracy of the bullish reversal signal.

A one-candle pattern that forms a gap up from the previous candle. The Hanging Man has a lower axis that is longer than the body. A bearish reversal signal is confirmed if the next candle is bearish or forms a gap down.Apa Itu Hanging Man?

A one-candle pattern that has a very long lower axis with a small body. This indicates a weakening in bearish sentiment and a strengthening of buyer sentiment. The smaller the body and the longer the lower axis of the candle, the stronger the bullish reversal signal will be.

A three-candle pattern, where the first candle is long bullish and followed by the second candle that forms a gap up and has a small body. The third candle is a bearish candle confirming the reversal. If the third body candle is getting bigger, it reflects to the higher the accuracy of the bearish reversal signal.

A three-candle pattern, all of them are long bearish candles. The closing price of the second candle is lower than the first candle, as well as the closing price of the third candle compared to the second candle. This pattern indicates a bearish momentum that can still bring prices down.

A one-candle pattern opened lower than the previous candle. The feature of the Inverted Hammer is that it has a small body and a long upper axis. The longer the upper axis and the smaller the body, the more significant the Inverted Hammer bullish signal.

This pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candle is bearish and engulfs the second bullish candle. This pattern indicates that the downtrend is starting to lose momentum. Although it can increase signal accuracy, the axes of the second candlestick do not have to be in the range of the first candlestick.

A one-candle pattern that occurs at the top of an uptrend. The open creates a gap up from the previous candle, then closes near the low. A confirmation signal breach is obtained from the next candle that opens with a price below the Shooting Star body candle.

A three-candle pattern, with the first candle, is a long bearish candle, followed by the second candle in the form of a doji which forms a gap down and has a small body. The third candle confirms the reversal by forming a long bullish candle and a gap up from the doji (second candle).


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A two-candle pattern, it is consisting of a first long bearish candle at the end of the downtrend, the second candle has a small body with almost the same opening price compared to the closing price. If the second candle gets smaller, it means the higher the accuracy of the bullish signal.

A three-candle pattern, with the first candle, is a long bearish candle, followed by the second candle in the form of a doji which forms a gap down and has a small body. The third candle confirms the reversal by forming a long bullish candle and a gap up from the doji (second candle).

This pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candle is bullish and bigger and engulfs the second candle which is a bearish pattern. This pattern indicates that the uptrend is starting to lose momentum. The axes of the second candlestick have not to be in the range of the first candlestick, although this condition can increase the signal accuracy.

A multi-candle pattern (more than 3 candles). The first candle is long bearish and is followed by several short bullish candles that signal a correction. A bearish continuation is confirmed when a long bearish candle is formed again which touches a new low and closes the Falling Three Methods pattern.

A one-candle pattern that has a very long lower axis with a small body. This indicates a weakening in bearish sentiment and a strengthening of buyer sentiment. The smaller the body and the longer the lower axis of the candle, the stronger the bullish reversal signal will be.

A one-candle pattern that occurs at the top of an uptrend. The open creates a gap up from the previous candle, then closes near the low. A confirmation signal breach is obtained from the next candle that opens with a price below the Shooting Star body candle.

A three-candle pattern, all of them are long bearish candles. The closing price of the second candle is lower than the first candle, as well as the closing price of the third candle compared to the second candle. This pattern indicates a bearish momentum that can still bring prices down.

This pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candle is bearish and engulfs the second bullish candle. This pattern indicates that the downtrend is starting to lose momentum. Although it can increase signal accuracy, the axes of the second candlestick do not have to be in the range of the first candlestick.

A two-candle pattern, the first candle is bearish and "engulfed" by the second bullish candle. This candle pattern indicates a weakening of the downtrend momentum which is taken over by bullish sentiment.

A four-candle pattern, where the first 3 candles are bullish candles which are consecutively closed at a higher price, while the fourth candlestick is a long bearish candlestick.

A three candle pattern, all of them are a long bullish candle. The second closed price candle is bigger than the first candle, and the third closed price candle also gets bigger compared to the second candle. This pattern indicates a momentum of bullish continuation.

A three-candle pattern, where the first candle is long bullish and followed by the second candle that forms a gap up and has a small body. The third candle is a bearish candle confirming the reversal. If the third body candle is getting bigger, it reflects to the higher the accuracy of the bearish reversal signal.

A three-candle pattern, the first 2 candles form a Bullish Engulfing formation, while the third candle pattern is a bullish candle that confirms a bullish reversal.

A three-candle pattern, the first candle is long bearish followed by the second candle that forms a gap down and has a small body. The third candle is a bullish candle confirming a reversal. The bigger of the third body candle reflects the accuracy of the bullish reversal signal.

A one-candle pattern that closes near or at the highest price (High), thus indicating a weakening of the downtrend momentum. The longer the lower axis and the smaller the body candle, the higher the accuracy of the bullish reversal signal.

A three-candle pattern, where the first 2 candles form a Bearish Engulfing formation, while the third candle pattern is a bearish candle that confirms a bearish reversal.

Engulfing Bearish pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candlestick is bullish and 'eaten' by the second candlestick which is bearish. This pattern indicates a weakening uptrend momentum and strengthening bearish sentiment in the market.

A one-candle pattern that forms a gap up from the previous candle. The Hanging Man has a lower axis that is longer than the body. A bearish reversal signal is confirmed if the next candle is bearish or forms a gap down.Apa Itu Hanging Man?

A one-candle pattern opened lower than the previous candle. The feature of the Inverted Hammer is that it has a small body and a long upper axis. The longer the upper axis and the smaller the body, the more significant the Inverted Hammer bullish signal.


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A three-candle pattern, with the first candle, is a long bearish candle, followed by the second candle in the form of a doji which forms a gap down and has a small body. The third candle confirms the reversal by forming a long bullish candle and a gap up from the doji (second candle).

This pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candle is bearish and engulfs the second bullish candle. This pattern indicates that the downtrend is starting to lose momentum. Although it can increase signal accuracy, the axes of the second candlestick do not have to be in the range of the first candlestick.

This pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candle is bullish and bigger and engulfs the second candle which is a bearish pattern. This pattern indicates that the uptrend is starting to lose momentum. The axes of the second candlestick have not to be in the range of the first candlestick, although this condition can increase the signal accuracy.

A three-candle pattern, all of them are long bearish candles. The closing price of the second candle is lower than the first candle, as well as the closing price of the third candle compared to the second candle. This pattern indicates a bearish momentum that can still bring prices down.

A two-candle pattern, it is consisting of a first long bearish candle at the end of the downtrend, the second candle has a small body with almost the same opening price compared to the closing price. If the second candle gets smaller, it means the higher the accuracy of the bullish signal.

A one-candle pattern that forms a gap up from the previous candle. The Hanging Man has a lower axis that is longer than the body. A bearish reversal signal is confirmed if the next candle is bearish or forms a gap down.Apa Itu Hanging Man?

A three-candle pattern, the first candle is long bearish followed by the second candle that forms a gap down and has a small body. The third candle is a bullish candle confirming a reversal. The bigger of the third body candle reflects the accuracy of the bullish reversal signal.

A one-candle pattern opened lower than the previous candle. The feature of the Inverted Hammer is that it has a small body and a long upper axis. The longer the upper axis and the smaller the body, the more significant the Inverted Hammer bullish signal.

A multi-candle pattern (more than 3 candles). The first candle is long bearish and is followed by several short bullish candles that signal a correction. A bearish continuation is confirmed when a long bearish candle is formed again which touches a new low and closes the Falling Three Methods pattern.

A three candle pattern, all of them are a long bullish candle. The second closed price candle is bigger than the first candle, and the third closed price candle also gets bigger compared to the second candle. This pattern indicates a momentum of bullish continuation.

A two-candle pattern, the first candle is bearish and "engulfed" by the second bullish candle. This candle pattern indicates a weakening of the downtrend momentum which is taken over by bullish sentiment.

A three-candle pattern, where the first candle is long bullish and followed by the second candle that forms a gap up and has a small body. The third candle is a bearish candle confirming the reversal. If the third body candle is getting bigger, it reflects to the higher the accuracy of the bearish reversal signal.

A one-candle pattern that has a very long lower axis with a small body. This indicates a weakening in bearish sentiment and a strengthening of buyer sentiment. The smaller the body and the longer the lower axis of the candle, the stronger the bullish reversal signal will be.

A three-candle pattern, where the first 2 candles form a Bearish Engulfing formation, while the third candle pattern is a bearish candle that confirms a bearish reversal.

Engulfing Bearish pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candlestick is bullish and 'eaten' by the second candlestick which is bearish. This pattern indicates a weakening uptrend momentum and strengthening bearish sentiment in the market.

A three-candle pattern, the first 2 candles form a Bullish Engulfing formation, while the third candle pattern is a bullish candle that confirms a bullish reversal.

A one-candle pattern that occurs at the top of an uptrend. The open creates a gap up from the previous candle, then closes near the low. A confirmation signal breach is obtained from the next candle that opens with a price below the Shooting Star body candle.

A one-candle pattern that closes near or at the highest price (High), thus indicating a weakening of the downtrend momentum. The longer the lower axis and the smaller the body candle, the higher the accuracy of the bullish reversal signal.


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A multi-candle pattern (more than 3 candles). The first candle is long bearish and is followed by several short bullish candles that signal a correction. A bearish continuation is confirmed when a long bearish candle is formed again which touches a new low and closes the Falling Three Methods pattern.

A three-candle pattern, the first 2 candles form a Bullish Engulfing formation, while the third candle pattern is a bullish candle that confirms a bullish reversal.

A three-candle pattern, with the first candle, is a long bearish candle, followed by the second candle in the form of a doji which forms a gap down and has a small body. The third candle confirms the reversal by forming a long bullish candle and a gap up from the doji (second candle).

A one-candle pattern that occurs at the top of an uptrend. The open creates a gap up from the previous candle, then closes near the low. A confirmation signal breach is obtained from the next candle that opens with a price below the Shooting Star body candle.

A one-candle pattern that has a very long lower axis with a small body. This indicates a weakening in bearish sentiment and a strengthening of buyer sentiment. The smaller the body and the longer the lower axis of the candle, the stronger the bullish reversal signal will be.

A three candle pattern, all of them are a long bullish candle. The second closed price candle is bigger than the first candle, and the third closed price candle also gets bigger compared to the second candle. This pattern indicates a momentum of bullish continuation.

A one-candle pattern that closes near or at the highest price (High), thus indicating a weakening of the downtrend momentum. The longer the lower axis and the smaller the body candle, the higher the accuracy of the bullish reversal signal.

A one-candle pattern that forms a gap up from the previous candle. The Hanging Man has a lower axis that is longer than the body. A bearish reversal signal is confirmed if the next candle is bearish or forms a gap down.Apa Itu Hanging Man?

This pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candle is bearish and engulfs the second bullish candle. This pattern indicates that the downtrend is starting to lose momentum. Although it can increase signal accuracy, the axes of the second candlestick do not have to be in the range of the first candlestick.

A two-candle pattern, it is consisting of a first long bearish candle at the end of the downtrend, the second candle has a small body with almost the same opening price compared to the closing price. If the second candle gets smaller, it means the higher the accuracy of the bullish signal.

A four-candle pattern, where the first 3 candles are bullish candles which are consecutively closed at a higher price, while the fourth candlestick is a long bearish candlestick.

A three-candle pattern, the first candle is long bearish followed by the second candle that forms a gap down and has a small body. The third candle is a bullish candle confirming a reversal. The bigger of the third body candle reflects the accuracy of the bullish reversal signal.

A three-candle pattern, all of them are long bearish candles. The closing price of the second candle is lower than the first candle, as well as the closing price of the third candle compared to the second candle. This pattern indicates a bearish momentum that can still bring prices down.

This pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candle is bullish and bigger and engulfs the second candle which is a bearish pattern. This pattern indicates that the uptrend is starting to lose momentum. The axes of the second candlestick have not to be in the range of the first candlestick, although this condition can increase the signal accuracy.

A two-candle pattern, the first candle is bearish and "engulfed" by the second bullish candle. This candle pattern indicates a weakening of the downtrend momentum which is taken over by bullish sentiment.

A three-candle pattern, where the first candle is long bullish and followed by the second candle that forms a gap up and has a small body. The third candle is a bearish candle confirming the reversal. If the third body candle is getting bigger, it reflects to the higher the accuracy of the bearish reversal signal.

A one-candle pattern opened lower than the previous candle. The feature of the Inverted Hammer is that it has a small body and a long upper axis. The longer the upper axis and the smaller the body, the more significant the Inverted Hammer bullish signal.

A three-candle pattern, where the first 2 candles form a Bearish Engulfing formation, while the third candle pattern is a bearish candle that confirms a bearish reversal.

Engulfing Bearish pattern consists of two candlesticks. The first candlestick is bullish and 'eaten' by the second candlestick which is bearish. This pattern indicates a weakening uptrend momentum and strengthening bearish sentiment in the market.