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    Default Japanese Candlestick Cheat-Sheet Printout

    I wanted a print out of Japanese Candlestick Indicators and found this when I searched google. I did not make this, but I thought I would share incase anyone else was interested.

    Japanese Candlesticks Quick Reference Document Trader Mike



    happy trading!
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    tymen1 is offline Banned FX-Men Honorary Member
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    To Mattxr1 :

    Thank you for a nice effort in tracking down this printout.

    Another website which i believe to be excellent is
    Japanese Candlestick Charting Explained

    This site shows the subtle differences in the stock patterns and the forex patterns. It also catalogues the patterns as high, medium or low probability and that is very useful.

    Kind regards, Tymen Wortel, Perth, Western Australia.
    Last edited by tymen1; 07-25-2007 at 03:26 AM. Reason: spelling corrections

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    willsucceed is offline Junior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattxr1 View Post
    I wanted a print out of Japanese Candlestick Indicators and found this when I searched google. I did not make this, but I thought I would share incase anyone else was interested.

    Japanese Candlesticks Quick Reference Document Trader Mike



    happy trading!
    Thx for the link man! I have been looking for something like this for a while!

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    michaeldunbar is offline Banned Newbie
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    A lot of candle patterns don't apply to forex as it's a 24 hour market so opens follow closes with no gaps or falls.

    The candles I look most to are what I term "exhaustion spikes" - when the price retraces. That and double tops/bottoms give the most consistent signals to enter/exit.

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    jebuskrust is offline Newbie
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    Thanks for both links. Cheat sheets are great for noobs like me

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    arbuthen is offline Newbie
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    thanks to all those who contributed

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