HOW TO READ CANDLESTICKS

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How To Read Candlesticks Finance IllustratedTo get binary trades right and make profits, you will have to include technical analysis in your process. Just looking at a simple line chart is unlikely to be enough here. Successful traders will use independent candlestick charts as they will reveal more in-depth data.


When you are looking for a broker, look for one that offers the ability to toggle to candlestick charts within the main trading interface. Dual screens such as two computer monitors or a computer monitor and a tablet computer (or even your phone) can also help you set up a optimized workspace.

If you look further than just the basics, you will find some more complex candlestick patterns.

  • Doji – a doji occurs when the closing price and the opening price are the same.
  • Long legged doji – after a series of smaller candlesticks, a long legged doji may indicate a change in a trend that is about to occur.
  • Four price doji – this occurs rarely, and happens when the low price and the high price are the same as one another.

 

Being able to read a candlestick chart is part of the analytical framework of: