Complete Guide to Japanese Candlestick Charts





This forex trading tutorial discusses Japanese Candlestick A sunshine, Japanese Candlestick Calicusa hammer, Japanese Candlestick Daiyin Line, Japanese Candlestick Shimogouya Line, Japanese Candlestick Small sunlight, Japanese Candlestick Song of the Sun, Japanese Candlestick Upper Shaday Line Tonkachi, Japanese Candlestick Yang's braver, Japanese Candlestick Yang's duty buddha


Japanese candles are a powerful tool for analyzing price charts, especially when used on older timeframes (from days and up). They completely replay their visibility and the possibilities of interpreting the bars.

In the previous article, we've learned the basics of JapaneseáCandlestick Charts. In this lesson, we'll learn about Positive line ofáJapanese Candlestick Type.


Japanese Candlestick Type:áPositive Line



Candlestick How to call meaning

Japanese Candlestick A Sunshine

 Japanese Candlestick a sunshine  A sunshine It is a very bullish leg because it shows that it has risen straight from the opening price to the closing price. If we can expect successive growth after this, if the yuan buddy comes out with the bottom price, it is said to be at the time of purchase.

Japanese Candlestick Daiyin Line

 Japanese Candlestick Daiyin Line  Daiyin Line Although it has beards on the top and bottom, it is a very bullish foot. If there is a big solar line at the bottom price, there is a possibility of a sudden repulsion.

Japanese Candlestick Shimogouya Line

 Japanese Candlestick Shimogouya Line  Shimogouya Line Although it had a downward tendency because the lower beard was long, since it forms a white candle, when the bottom shade positive line comes out at the bottom price, it is considered to be the time of purchase.

Japanese Candlestick Yang's duty buddha

 Japanese Candlestick Yang's duty buddha  Yang's duty buddha Because the buying pressure is strong when the sunshine buddha comes out at the bottom price, it is said to be at the time of purchase.

Japanese Candlestick Calicusa hammer

 Japanese Candlestick Calicusa hammer  Calicusa hammer It appears that there is a possibility of reversing after it appears in the scene of pushing up and down. The substance of the hammer is very small and the beard is very long, while the upper moustache is short or not attached at all.

Japanese Candlestick Small sunlight

 Japanese Candlestick Small sunlight  Small sunlight The balance of buying and selling is even, but it is part of a strong line because it is raising the value.

Japanese Candlestick Song of the Sun

 Japanese Candlestick Song of the Sun  Song of the Sun Feet showing a state of lost. The longer the upper and lower beards are, the higher the likelihood that the market will change.

Japanese Candlestick Upper Shaday Line · Tonkachi

Japanese Candlestick Upper Shaday Line · Tonkachi  Upper Shaday Line · Tonkachi After rising and adding a high price, it is a form pushed back to near the opening price. Although the upper beard was long, it was on the rise, but since the body of the candle is formed briefly downwards, there is a possibility of falling back if the upper shadow positive line appears in the ceiling sphere. The longer the upper beard is and the shorter the entity, the higher the possibility of falling back.

Japanese Candlestick Yang's braver

 Japanese Candlestick Yang's braver  Yang's braver It is a strong foot but there is a resistance in the upper price. When a positive donation shot comes out in the ceiling sphere, it is said to be at the time of sale.


One must learn the different types of candles becauseáthe combination of these candles make bearish or bullish patterns in the technical chart, which every trader MUST master.


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