The three white soldiers is a very bullish chart pattern that is created with candlesticks when there are three big candles formed in a row with higher highs and higher lows in a row. This pattern needs three data points across a timeframe to signal momentum and a high probability that a market will shift in an uptrend from rangebound or a downtrend if that was the price action behavior before this pattern.
bullish harami is a minimum two candle chart pattern that can signal a downtrend in an chart may be starting to reverse. A bullish harami is commonly formed by a small bullish candle that has a price range inside the previous bearish candle that went lower. This pattern can appear to form during a price range but it has the most meaning when it occurs during a downtrend on a chart.
A spinning top is a single candlestick pattern that has a body in the middle of two longer wicks. A spinning top chart pattern is a signal that neither buyers or sellers have control of price action in the time frame of the candle. The spinning top candle shows that price ended up closer to … Read more
The doji candlestick is a chart pattern in technical analysis that is usually formed from a small trading range in a time period where both the open and closing price are nearly equal. A doji candlestick usually signals indecision for a direction in a market. A doji is not very significant inside a range bound market … Read more
Chart Facts: Bear Pennant Example Here is an example of a bear pennant that formed on the Bitcoin chart during a downtrend in price. After the clear downtrend in the first half of January a bear pennant formed in the second half of January before the downtrend continued in the first week of February. Price … Read more
The Head and Shoulders Chart Pattern is one of the most popular and bearish patterns in technical analysis. It defines three attempts to make highs and then trend but fail, it precedes many major corrections and bear markets. Chart Facts: The below $GS chart shows a Head and Shoulders pattern that was very fast to … Read more
Chart patterns are specific price formations on a chart that predict future price movements. As technical analysis is based on the assumption that history repeats itself, popular chart patterns have shown that a specific price movement is following a particular formation of price (chart pattern) with high probability. Therefore, chart patterns are grouped into (1) continuation patterns – that signal a continuation in the underlying trend, and (2) reversal patterns – that signal reversal of the underlying trend.