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Forex Price Action Lesson 4 Pivots

Forex Price Action Lesson 4 Pivots

Mar 07, 2013 | FX Bootcamp

Shayne Heffernan: 10 Best Candlestick Patterns

There is a wealth of information available online and in Bookstores that will teach you the details of using Candlesticks as indicators. The following are 10 candlestick patterns that have in my own experience produced consistent results. These will work better when you understand what is happening in each pattern.

By Shayne Heffernan | Sep 09, 2012 | LiveTradingNews

Trading the Bullish Hammer Candle

Interpreting Japanese candlesticks can give a trader important insight into market momentum. By understanding how to read candles, traders can often include them in their analysis to find areas of price continuations and possible reversals. Today we will focus on one candle that can help validate a charts reversal point. Let's learn to identify and trade the bullish hammer candle.

By Walker England | Aug 14, 2012 | DailyFX

Shayne Heffernan: 10 Best Candlestick Patterns

There is a wealth of information available online and in Bookstores that will teach you the details of using Candlesticks as indicators. The following are 10 candlestick patterns that have in my own experience produced consistent results. These will work better when you understand what is happening in each pattern.

By Shayne Heffernan | Mar 30, 2012 | LiveTradingNews

Shayne Heffernan on Trading with Candlestick Patterns

There is a wealth of information available online and in Bookstores that will teach you the details of using Candlesticks as indicators. The following are 10 candlestick patterns that have in my own experience produced consistent results. These will work better when you understand what is happening in each pattern.

By Shayne Heffernan | Feb 19, 2012 | LiveTradingNews

Shayne Heffernan's 10 Best Candlestick Patterns to Trade

There is a wealth of information available online and in Bookstores that will teach you the details of using Candlesticks as indicators. The following are 10 candlestick patterns that have in my own experience produced consistent results. These will work better when you understand what is happening in each pattern.

By Shayne Heffernan | Jan 01, 2012 | LiveTradingNews

Forex Education and the Retail Forex Trader; Can the Small Guy Win?

Few markets can be as rewarding and punishing to the individual investor than the Global Forex trading marketplace.

Sep 29, 2011 | IBTimes

Candlestick Pattern - Hammer and Shooting Star (Forex Education)

The hammer is a bottom reversal pattern that comes after a wave of selling, meaning that is it indicating that downward momentum is coming to an end. The long lower shadow and the close of near the upper end of the session's highs indicates that there was a sharp sell off during the session but prices bounced back closing near its highs.

By Roger Baettig | Aug 31, 2010 | IBTimes

Engulfing Pattern (Forex Education)

A bearish engulfing pattern consists of two candlesticks. A smaller green candlestick would be followed with a red candlestick that is larger than it. What this means is that selling pressure has overwhelmed buying pressure. For this pattern to be significant, the market has had to be in a defined uptrend before the occurrence of this pattern.

By Roger Baettig | Aug 31, 2010 | IBTimes

Candlestick Pattern: Hanging Man (Forex Education)

The hanging man has a shape similar to a hammer except it comes towards the end of a wave of buying, meaning that upward momentum is coming to an end. However, since the long lower shadow is usually positive, it is necessary to wait for bearish confirmation. This confirmation can be a gap down and close or just a close beneath the hanging man.

By Roger Baettig | Aug 31, 2010 | IBTimes

Candlestick Pattern: Doji (Forex Education)

In an uptrend, a Doji signals that upward momentum is waning and a trend reversal might happen. The Doji forming after an uptrend is a signal that upward momentum is waning, and traders who have long positions should be careful. The bearish close below the Doji is a signal that the trend has changed and traders should close their long positions.

By Roger Baettig | Aug 31, 2010 | IBTimes

Three Black Crows (Forex Education)

As the name Three Black Crows suggests, this pattern consists of three consecutive black candles. A typical Three Black Crows formation preferably owns the following characteristics.

By Al Parsai | Aug 27, 2010 | ForexBrace

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