This is a quick summary of important candlestick patterns. It’s presumed that you know the basics of candles: if you don’t, see the article links in our Members Area.
Without further ado, let’s begin.
1. Bullish Marabuzo
Number of candles: 1.
Description: long green candle which opens near its low, and closes near its high.
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