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Rising/Falling Three Methods

 

Description

 

Rising:

This bullish reversal pattern is considered to have high reliability.

 

In an uptrend, a long white candlestick day upwards is followed by three days of small candles that move opposite the trend but still stay within the range of the first day. The fifth day is another long white candlestick day that closes above the close of the first day, continuing the trend upwards.

 

Falling:

This bearish reversal pattern is considered to have high reliability:

 

In a downtrend, the first day a long black candlestick followed by three days of small candles that move opposite the trend but still stay with the range of the first day. The fifth day is another tall black candle with a close below the first day’s close.

 

Market Opinion

 

Rising: bullish continuation.

Falling: bearish continuation.

 

Pattern

 

Bullish: rising

 

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Bearish: falling

 

 

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