CANDLE STICK PATTERNS

   In the chart above are examples of engulfing candle stick patterns. Engulfing candle stick are when price is moving either up, down or in consolidation and reaches certain areas in the market and reverse. The confirmation of price reversing is when the candle stick is completely larger than the previous candle open and close price.

  In the chart above are examples of engulfing candle stick patterns. Engulfing candle stick are when price is moving either up, down or in consolidation and reaches certain areas in the market and reverse. The confirmation of price reversing is when the candle stick is completely larger than the previous candle open and close price.

    In the chart above are examples of descending wedge pattern. Descending wedge pattern is when high  price declines but but low prices stay in the same area. When these high and low prices consolidate into the right corner price will breakout in the direction of the trend.

   In the chart above are examples of descending wedge pattern. Descending wedge pattern is when high  price declines but but low prices stay in the same area. When these high and low prices consolidate into the right corner price will breakout in the direction of the trend.

  In the chart above are examples of ascending wedge pattern. Ascending wedge pattern is when low prices rise but high prices stay in the same area. When these high and low prices consolidate into the right corner of the wedge price will breakout in the direction of the trend.

 In the chart above are examples of ascending wedge pattern. Ascending wedge pattern is when low prices rise but high prices stay in the same area. When these high and low prices consolidate into the right corner of the wedge price will breakout in the direction of the trend.