Candlestick Charting For Dummies
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You can become more familiar with some common and dependable candlestick patterns by checking out the following figures. (Remember, they don’t represent every possible candlestick pattern.)

Bullish two-day trend reversal patterns

These charts are a few of the most common and reliable bullish two-day trend reversal patterns in an uptrend.

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Bullish two-day trend continuation patterns

These patterns are common and reliable examples of bullish two-day trend continuation patterns in an uptrend.

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Bearish two-day trend reversal patterns

These figures shows some of the most common and reliable types of bearish two-day trend reversal patterns in an uptrend.

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Bearish two-day trend continuation patterns

These reliable two-day trend continuation patterns may show up frequently as you look through your candlestick charts.

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Bullish three-day trend reversal patterns

Here are a couple common bullish three-day trend reversal patterns.

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Bullish three-day trend continuation patterns

These two patterns are common examples of bullish three-day trend continuation patterns.

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Bearish three-day trend reversal patterns

These are a couple of the most common bearish three-day trend reversal patterns.

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Bearish three-day trend continuation patterns

Here are two common examples of bearish three-day trend reversal patterns.

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Russell Rhoads is a trader and analyst for Peak Trading Group in Chicago. His career in trading and market analysis covers over 17 years. He has a BBA and MS in Finance from the University of Memphis and has done graduate level work in Financial Engineering at the Illinois Institute of Technology. Russell also holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.

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