Lesson 11

Chart Patterns



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Chart Patterns

This lesson covers the basics of Japanese candlestick patterns. Japanese candlesticks are a great way to determine reversal points, entry points and exit points into the market. They are used by traders to determine when to get in and out of the market. These candlestick patterns repeat over and over again with predictable outcomes. It's important to note that candlestick patterns only are valid at the end of a major swing in price. This video will be the introduction to the most commonly found candlestick patterns in the markets.

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The Doji pattern is a?

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The inside bar is also know as the?

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What does Harami mean?

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The Pin Bar is also known as?

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What is a bullish Engulfing pattern?

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A bearish Pin Bar suggests?

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A bullish Pin Bar suggests?

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What does the Pin Bar pattern represent?

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The Engulfing pattern consists of?

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