The expression Japanese candles (candlestick) is a type of display data in a graph, used mainly in the financial and very similar to that of the bar graph, which offers - however - more information in a concise format. The analysis uses the candlestick candlestick patterns and prices to track the forecast scenarios capable of indicating the trader the quality of movement in place. In this lesson we deal: Candles basic: (1) - Long Line (2) - Short Line (3) - Marubozu Line (4) - Spinning Top (5) - Lower Shadows (6) - Upper Shadows Minor Reversal: (1) - Harami (2) - Harami Cross (3) - Tweezers (4) - Belt Hold Line (5) - Upside Gap Two Crows (6) - Three Black Crows (7) - Identical Three Crows (8) - Counterattack Line (9) - Unique Three River (10) - Breakaway (11) - Three Stars in the South (12) - Concealing Baby Swallow (13) - Stick Sandwich Continuation Patterns: (1) - Windows (2) - Side by Side White Lines (3) - Rising e Falling Three Method (4) - On Neck Line (5) - In Neck Line (6) - Thrusting Line (7) - Three White Soldiers Reversal Patterns: (1) - Hammer (2) - Hanging Man (3) - Doji Line (4) - Engulfing Line (5) - Dark Cloud Cover (6) - Piercing Line The Stars: (1) - Doji Star (2) - Tri Star (3) - Morning Star (4) - Evening Star (5) - Morning Doji Star (6) - Evening Doji Star (7) - Abandoned Baby (8) - Shooting Star (9) - Inverted HammerThe expression Japanese candles (candlestick) is a type of display data in a graph, used mainly in the financial and very similar to that of the bar graph, which offers - however - more information in a concise format.
|Title||:||Candlestick - The Japanese Candles - Lesson IV|
|Publisher||:||Edizioni R.E.I. - 2015-03-17|