Bullish Kicker Candlestick Pattern

Bullish Kicker

The bullish kicker is a two-candle pattern that starts with a large bearish candlestick lower (black or red) then a second large bullish candle that gaps higher in price. The bullish candle should have a flat bottom or tiny wick with almost no movement back into the price gap.  The bullish kicker candlestick pattern doesn’t have to form after a … Read more

What is an Inverted Hammer Candlestick?

The inverted hammer pattern is a type of candlestick located at the end of downtrend and is used by technical analysts as a bullish reversal signal from the lows. The inverted hammer candle visually looks like a hammer turned upside down with its handle pointing up. It is defined as a one-day bullish reversal pattern. … Read more