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CHART THEORY, Good info here..
1.Candlestick Charts The Japanese Candles;

2.Shadow and Tail The shadow candle;

3.Shooting Star The shooting star is a type of bearish reversal pattern.

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5.Abandoned Baby (Bullish) • Direction: Bullish • Type: Reversal • Reliability: Strong • Day-one is a red day continuing an established bear trend. • Day-two is a doji whose shadows trades below day-ones close.

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9.Bullish Morning Doji Star • Direction: Bullish • Type: Reversal • Reliability: Strong

10.Marubozu Candlesticks Marubozu are even stronger bull or bear signals than long lines as they show that buyers/sellers have remained in control from the open to the close -- there are no intra-day retracements.

11.Inverted Hammer The Inverted Hammer is a type of bullish reversal pattern

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14.Dragon Fly Doji usually occurs when a downward change is about to break. Long Legged Doji indicates

15.Doji Candlesticks (General) The doji candlestick occurs when the open and closing price are equal.

16.Dragonfly The dragonfly occurs when the open and close are near the top of the candlestick and signals reversal after a down-trend: control has shifted from sellers to buyers.

17.Hammer and Gravestone The hammer is not as strong as the dragonfly candlestick, but also signals reversal after a down-trend

18.Hanging Man A hammer that occurs after an up trend is called a 'hanging man' and is a bearish signal.

19.Dark Cloud A Dark Cloud pattern encountered after an up-trend is a reversal signal, warning of "rainy days" ahead.

20.Piercing Line The Piercing Line is the opposite of the Dark Cloud pattern and is a reversal signal if it appears after a down-trend.

21.Engulfing Candlesticks Engulfing patterns are where the body of the second candlestick 'engulfs' the first. They often follow or complete doji, hammer or gravestone patterns and signal reversal in the short-term trend.

22.Harami Candlestick A Harami formation indicates loss of momentum and often warns of reversal after a strong trend. Harami means 'pregnant' which is quite descriptive. The second candlestick must be contained within the body of the first, though the shadows may protrude slightly.

23.Star Formations[/] Stars are similar to gaps. A long body followed by a much shorter candlestick with a short body, where the bodies must not overlap -- though their shadows may.

24.Evening Star The Evening Star pattern is opposite to Morning Star and is a reversal signal at the end of an up-trend. The pattern is more bearish if the second candlestick is filled rather than hollow.

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27.Momentum: Momentum is usually measured with an oscillator such as MACD. If MACD is above its 9-day EMA (exponential moving average) or positive, then momentum will be considered bullish, or at least improving.

28.Doji Star A Doji Star is weaker than the Morning or Evening Star: the doji represents indecision. The doji star requires confirmation from the next candlestick closing in the bottom half of the body of the first candlestick

29.Rising Three Methods The Rising Method consists of two strong white lines bracketing 3 or 4 small declining black candlesticks. The final white line forms a new closing high. The pattern is definitely bullish.

30.Falling Three Methods The bearish Falling Method consists of two long black lines bracketing 3 or 4 small ascending white candlesticks, the second black line forming a new closing low.

31.Tweezer Tops The Tweezer Top formation is a bearish reversal pattern seen at the top of uptrends. Tweezer Top formation consists of two candlesticks: Bullish Candle (Day 1) Bearish Candle (Day 2) Sometimes Tweezer Tops have three candlesticks. A bearish Tweezer Top occurs during an uptrend when bulls take prices higher, often closing the day off near the highs (a bullish sign). However, on the second day, how traders feel (i.e. their sentiment) reverses completely. The market opens and goes straight down, often eliminating the entire gains of Day One.

32.Tweezer Bottoms The Tweezer Bottom formation is a bullish reversal pattern seen at the bottom of downtrends. Tweezer Bottom formation consists of two candlesticks: Bearish Candle (Day 1) Bullish Candle (Day 2) Sometimes Tweezer Bottoms have three candlesticks. A bullish Tweezer Bottom occurs during a downtrend when bears continue to take prices lower, usually closing the day near the lows (a bearish sign). Nevertheless, Day 2 is completely opposite because prices open and go nowhere but upwards. This bullish advance on Day 2 sometimes eliminates all losses from the previous day.

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34.Three White Soldiers (Bullish) Bullish Three White Soldiers Pattern is indicative of a strong reversal in the market. It is characterized by three long candlesticks stepping upward like a staircase.

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36.Three Black Crows (Bullish) The Bearish Three Black Crows Pattern is indicative of a strong reversal during an uptrend. It consists of three long black candlesticks, which look like a stair stepping downward. The opening price of each day is higher than the previous day's closing price suggesting a move to a new short term low.

37.THREE INSIDE UP (Bullish) The Bullish Three Inside Up Pattern is another name for the Confirmed Bullish Harami Pattern. The third day is confirmation of the bullish trend reversal.

38.THREE INSIDE DOWN (Bearish) The Bearish Three Inside Down Pattern is another name for the Confirmed Bearish Harami Pattern.

39.CONCEALING BABY SWALLOW This Bullish pattern is highlighted by two consecutive Black Marubozu.

40.THREE OUTSIDE DOWN The Bearish Three Outside Down Pattern is another name for the Confirmed Bearish Engulfing Pattern.

41.UPSIDE GAP TWO CROWS The Bearish Upside Gap Two Crows Pattern is a three-candlestick pattern and it signals a top reversal. The first candlestick is a long white candlestick followed by a real body that gaps higher. Then another black real body appears, which opens above the second day’s open and closes under the second day’s close, completing the pattern

42.THREE OUTSIDE UP The Bearish Upside Gap Two Crows Pattern is a three-candlestick pattern and it signals a top reversal. The first candlestick is a long white candlestick followed by a real body that gaps higher. Then another black real body appears, which opens above the second day’s open and closes under the second day’s

43.FOUR PRICE DOJI The Four Price Doji is a single candlestick pattern. It is simply a horizontal line that has no upper or lower shadows.

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47.WHITE SPINNING TOP The White Spinning Top is a single candlestick pattern. Its shape is a small white body with upper and lower shadows that have a greater length than the body's length.

48.BLACK SPINNING TOP The Black Spinning Top is a single candlestick pattern. Its shape is a small black body with upper and lower shadows having a greater length than the body's length.

49.MORNING STAR This is a three-candlestick formation that signals a major bottom. It is composed of a first long black body, a second small real body, white or black, gapping lower to form a star. These two candlesticks define a basic star pattern. The third is a white candlestick that closes well into the first session’s black real

50.MORNING DOJI STAR This is also a three-candlestick formation signaling a major bottom reversal. It is composed of a long black candlestick followed by a doji, which characteristically gaps down to form a doji star. Then we have a third white candlestick whose closing is well into the first session’s black real body.

51.LONG LEGGED DOJI Long Legged Doji is a doji characterized with very long shadows. It shows the indecision of the buyers and sellers. It is one of the important reversal signals.

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