So far, we have technical analysis of 21 candlestick patterns to detect whether the stocks market has reversed from down trend (bearish) to up trend (bullish). The 21 candlestick patterns consist of seven strong bullish reversal candlestick patterns and 14 medium strength bullish reversal candlestick patterns. This time let’s complete our stocks analysis weapon with the other four of bullish reversal candlestick patterns. It means that after this, we will have 25 candlestick patterns which can tell the possibility of bullish reversal from stocks market. [Read more...]
Now, we are in the last part of Candlestick Patterns’ Technical Analysis: 14 Medium Strength Bullish Reversal Signals article series. With these 14 medium strength bullish candlestick patterns plus 7 strong bullish candlestick patterns, we surely have the great weapon in our hand — the great weapon to do stocks analysis so we can gain optimum result in stocks market. Indeed, it will be surely a big help each time we want to do our stock trading since these candlestick patterns can tell us when the bullish (up-trend) of stocks market is started.
Here, we are again, to learn some candlestick patterns. Indeed, this is the part five of Candlestick Patterns’ Technical Analysis: 14 Medium Strength Bullish Reversal Signal in where we learn about 14 bullish candlestick patterns which have intermediate accuracy (base on stocks analysis historical) Until today, we have discussed seven out of 14 medium strength of bullish candlestick patterns which are Bullish Long Legged Doji, Bullish Dragonfly Doji, Bullish Gravestone Doji, Bullish Engulfing, Bullish Harami Cross, Bullish Doji Star, and Bullish Matching Low. [Read more...]
Chart Analysis of IDX/JKSE Daily and Weekly 23-06-2011: In Up Trend (Bullish) Possibility but Need To Be Very Careful
It is always the best and safest to do “top down” chart analysis before decide to buy the stocks from stocks market. This “top down” method means that we should analyze the macro condition first and then break down it until the most micro condition . The most macro condition is usually the world economy condition. The most micro condition is usually the chosen stocks condition (in here we do stocks analysis). The interesting part is that there are many conditions (which need to be analyzed) in between of the most macro condition and the most micro condition.