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Bullish candlestick patterns consist of 1, 2, 3 or more candlesticks in a row that are associated with a future bullish price move. Used in isolation, bullish candlestick patterns generally do not provide a significant trading advantage. However, they may prove to be a powerful tool when used in conjunction with other indicators.
Two Candlestick Patterns
Three Candlestick Patterns
* Requires confirmation on the day following the bearish candlestick pattern.
Four or more Candlestick Patterns
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