Forex Analyser includes 10 forex candlestick patterns for price action analysis of trading instruments.
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Three White Soldiers

A bullish reversal pattern consisting of three consecutive long white bodies. Each should open within the previous body and the close should be near the high of the day.

Three Black Crows

A bearish reversal pattern consisting of three consecutive long black bodies where each day closes at or near its low and opens within the body of the previous day.

Three Inside Up

The Bullish Three Inside Up Candlestick chart pattern is characterized by a long black day that closes at or near the day's low.

This is then followed by a short bodied white day which indicates a narrow trading range and would form the two-candlestick chart pattern known as the Bullish Harami pattern.

The third candlestick would then form the Bullish Three Inside Up chart pattern. This consists of a white candle with a higher closing price than the previous day's white candle. The third white candle confirms the Bullish Harami in forming the Bullish Three Inside Up pattern.

Three Inside Down

A Three Inside Down top reversal candlestick formation occurs in forex uptrends. It's composed of 3 candlesticks. A large bullish candlestick followed by a bearish candlestick where the body is completely engulfed by the preceding candle, then a bearish candlestick that closes lower than the previous black candlestick.

Three Outside Up

Three Outside Up is a three candlestick bullish reversal pattern. The pattern occurs in a downtrend and begins with a candle in the direction of the trend. The second candle's real body engulfs the first days body. The third candle closes higher than the previous day.

Three Outside Down

A high credibility bearish reversal pattern 'Three Outside Down' consists of a small white candle followed by two black candlesticks. The first two actually makes up a medium credibility reversal pattern, 'Bearish Engulfing', while the third black candle with a lower close serves as a confirmation giving the complete setup its high rating.

Rising Three

A bullish candlestick pattern that is used to predict the continuation of the current uptrend.

Falling Three

A bearish candlestick pattern that is used to predict the continuation of the current downtrend.

Spinning Top

Japanese candlesticks with a long upper shadow, long lower shadow and small real bodies are called spinning tops. The color of the real body is not very important.

The pattern indicates the indecision between the buyers and sellers.

If a spinning top forms during an uptrend, this usually means there aren't many buyers left and a possible reversal in direction could occur.

If a spinning top forms during a downtrend, this usually means there aren't many sellers left and a possible reversal in direction could occur.

Bullish Engulfing

A chart pattern that forms when a small black candlestick is followed by a large white candlestick that completely eclipses or "engulfs" the previous candlestick. The shadows or tails of the small candlestick are short, which enables the body of the large candlestick to cover the entire previous candlestick.

Bearish Engulfing

A chart pattern that forms when a small white candlestick is followed by a large black candlestick that completely eclipses or "engulfs" the previous candlestick. The shadows or tails of the small candlestick are short, which enables the body of the large candlestick to cover the entire previous candlestick.

Hammer

A price pattern in candlestick charting that occurs when price trades significantly lower than its opening, but rallies to close either above or close to its opening price. This pattern forms a hammer-shaped candlestick.

Hanging Man

A bearish candlestick pattern that forms at the end of an uptrend. It is created when there is a significant sell-off near the market open, but buyers are able to push price back up so that it closes at or near the opening price. Generally the large sell-off is seen as an early indication that the bulls (buyers) are losing control and demand for the asset is waning.

Shooting Star

A type of candlestick formation that results when price, at some point during the candle, advances well above the opening price but closes lower or just above the opening price.

Inverted Hammer

The inverted hammer candlestick represents a possible reversal to the upside, signifying a bullish reversal. The inverted hammer candlestick is composed of a relatively small bullish body, either no, or, a small lower shadow and a significantly longer upper shadow.

Bullish Harami

A candlestick chart pattern in which a large candlestick is followed by a smaller candlestick whose body is located within the vertical range of the larger body.

Bearish Harami

A candlestick chart pattern in which a large candlestick is followed by a smaller candlestick whose body is located within the vertical range of the larger body.

Morning Star

This pattern is made up of three candles: normally a long bearish candle, followed by a short bullish or bearish doji, which is then followed by a long bullish candle.

Evening Star

This pattern is made up of three candles: normally a long bullish candle, followed by a short bearish or bullish doji, which is then followed by a long bearish candle.