” Breakthrough ” ( Hanaro site but Shinta tsuke )
For this shape , especially bear embodiment , verification is recommended .
Fig. 6.35 . Bullish “Breakthrough ” on the graph yen
Bullish figure “Breakthrough” appears (Figure 6.35), while the lower and the trend is accelerating sales before the oversold market . The figure begins with a long black day , followed by another black day whose body makes the jump down . When the lower three days following the jump sequentially set lower prices. All the days of the black figure , except for the third day which can be either black or white. Three days after the jump are similar to the figure of “Three Black Crows ” in the sense that their top and bottom are consistently lower. The last day completely fills up the little black days.
Bear’s figure of “Breakthrough ” includes a jump in the direction of the trend, followed by three consecutive days with a higher price (Figure 6.36) . In an uptrend, prices make the jump , followed by two days to charge higher prices . In the third and fourth days the trend persists , consistent with a higher close with the trend. Color days shall be white except that: the third day which may be either black or white , until the formation of a new price top. Rates bottom set three days after the jump must also be higher than the bottom of each price previous day . The figure describes the rise in the trend ‘ until the situation perepokupki . Last day sets a trend reversal after pulling the previous figure elements .
Fig. 6. 36. Bear’s “Breakthrough ” on the graph euro
” DBE CROW ” ( Niva Garasu )
“Two Crows” – a bearish reversal pattern ( Fig. 6.37) , which requires confirmation .
Fig. 6. 37. “Two Crows” in the chart of Swiss franc
This figure is considered as a figure of a bearish reversal in the situation where it closes the window formed abruptly after a long white piece of the upward trend after the bull market ends.
“THREE IN UP” and ” DOWN IN THREE ” ( and are Harami Harami saga )
The figures of “Three Inside Up ” and ” Three Inside Down ” is a confirmation of the figures , ” Harami ” that do not require confirmation for themselves. As shown in Fig. 6.38 and 6.39 , the first two days are the same as ” Harami “. The third day is confirming the date of closing for either bullish or bearish case. Bullish ” Harami ” followed by the third day after its formation takes place a higher level of closure ( Fig. 6.38) , the figure will be “Three Inside Up” . By analogy , a bearish ” Harami ” with a lower level of closing on the third day after its formation ( Fig. 6.39 ) is a figure of “Three Inside Down .”
Fig. 6.38 “Three inside up” on the chart British pound (marked with ” birds ” )
Fig. 6.39 . “Three inside down ” on the graph the British pound
“THREE OUTSIDE UP” and ” DOWN THREE OUTSIDE ”
( tsuiumi are and Tsutsumi saga )
The figures of “Three Outside Up ” and ” Three Outside Down ” (Fig. 6.40 and 6.41) are confirmations of figures ” roll-off ” that do not require confirmation for themselves. By analogy with the above features figures “Three Inside Up ” and ” Down Three Inside ” with respect to ” Harami ” in this case, a figure ” roll-off ” to be either higher or lower closing the third day depending on figure is bullish or bearish .
Fig. 6. 40 . “Three outside up ” on the graph yen
Fig. 6. 41. “Three outside down ” on the graph the British pound
” CHILD conceal SIP ”
( koiubame iuiumi )
” A child who conceals a breath ” – the figure of a bullish reversal without confirmation (Figure 6.42) . The figure reflects a situation where the first two days are black Marubozu or close to it, by supporting the downward trend, which then , in spite of the opening at the level of the previous close , starts to run low , as evidenced by the long upper shadow of the third day (trading for some time was above the opening price ) and there is a bullish reversal.
Fig. 6. 42. ” A child utaivayushy sip ” on the graph yen
” SANDWICH ” ( giakusashi Niten Zoko )
” Sandwich ” – a bullish reversal pattern , which is expected to confirm the presence (Figure 6.43) .
Fig. 6. 43. ” Sandwich ” on the graph euro
Figure of the ” sandwich ” consists of two black candles , between which there is white . The closing prices of the two black bodies are approximately equal, thereby determining the level of support , where you can expect a reversal. In the long run , ” sandwich ” goes to bovine ” inverted hammer “. If it does not, ” sandwich ” may end the black candle , which is why the figure is required for confirmation .
The market has been in a trend when prices have made the jump to the next day . Prices never enter Ranjit previous day and then will close another jump .
” Domestic pigeons ” ( sewn banare Kobato gaeshi )
“Home dove” – the figure of a bullish reversal , which is expected to confirm (Figure 6.44) .
Fig. 6. 44. “Home dove ” on the graph the British pound
The figure “Home Pigeon ” looks like ” Harami “, both of which black body . “Home dove” is the situation when the next day after a long black day (the market is in a downtrend ) continues to trade within its Range . Depending on the strength of the previous figure shows the trend of its deterioration and the possibility to withdraw from the market . In the long run , ” home blue ” goes to a long black candle with lower shadow , which is not bullish , which causes the need for further confirmation.
” BOTTOM STAIRS ” ( Khashig gaeshi )
Figure bullish reversal . It is assumed confirmation .
After the lower trend followed by four more nizkimiurovnyami closure and black days , the market is trading above the opening level (Figure 6.45) . This action is the first indication for the purchase, even if the market is still closed at a new bottom. The next day, prices jump up and do not come back . Level closing the last day is much higher than the previous day or two.
Fig. 6. 45 . ” The bottom of the ladder ” on the graph the British pound
” The bottom of the ladder” reflects a situation where after going down prices stabilize, and then jump up, and the closing level is much higher. With a large volume trend reversal is very likely ..
” SAME LOW ” ( Niten Zoko / kenuki )
” The same bottom” – a figure bovine fracture ( Fig. 6.46) , which is expected to confirm .
Fig. 6. 46. ” Same down” on the chart euro
By the figure of the ” Bottom of the Same ” applies the same concept as the figure of the ” sandwich “, because in fact the first of which can be obtained if the average of the second component to remove . Then the rainy day left continues to trend lower , and the next day is closed at the same level of closing. This figure indicates , so that the bottom of the trend achieved . Body two days may be either long or short. At the same time , ” Same Bottom ” can move to a long black line , due to the nature of which bear the “same bottom” requires confirmation.
Candlesticks contain certain combinations of elements that create the figures that confirm the continuation probability trendayu figures continue , in accordance with the method of Saka- one are ” rest time ” of the market .
” LEAP TASUKI ” ( banare tasuki )
Racing Tasuki refer to the figures continue to be advised to confirm . ” The jump Tasuki ” includes a candle Tasuki after the jump in the direction of the current trend , usually upward . Typical candle Tasuki occurs when the price opens to a lower level following the first white candle for the previous day , and then closed below the bottom of the previous day . ” The jump Tasuki ” includes a candle Tasuki after the jump in the direction of the current trend. Figure of the ” jump Tasuki ” (Fig. 6.47 ) is formed by a white candle , which jumps up from the previous white candle , and then followed by a black candle .
The black candlestick opens within the body of the second day and closed below the body of the white candle. It is essential that the jump between the first two days is not filled . , So that the previous trend should continue . Color of the first day is not as important as the color of the second and third days. It is better that he had the same color as the second day, which will fully support the continuation of the trend.
Ultimately figure of the ” jump Tasuki ” goes to the long white candle.
Fig. 6. 47. ” Tasuki jump ” on the graph euro
WHITE CANDLES ” side to side ” ( aka RUNTIME )
The figure of ” From side to side” , made up of white candles can be as bullish and bearish . The first does not require confirmation for a second confirmation recommended. The essential here is the presence of two white candles that made the leap in the direction of the current trend. In the formation of ox- white candles ” from side to side ” while the upper trend white candle makes the leap above the previous day’s body and it is followed by a white candlestick with the same opening price (Figure 6.48) .
Fig. 6. 48. White candle “From side to side ” on the graph yen
This figure is also called the upper shock of white candles ” from side to side ” ( uvappanare narabiaka ) . Bear white candles ” from side to side ,” also referred to as the lower shock of white candles ” from side to side .” Step Low black candles ” From side to side” definitely indicates the continuation of the lower trend.