Bearish Engulfing Sell Signal Three methodologies for selling using the Bearish Engulfing Pattern are listed below in order of most aggressive to most conservative: Sell at the close of Day 2. An even stronger indication to sell is given when there is a substantial increase in volume that accompanies the large move downward in price (see: Volume ). Sell on the day after the Bearish Engulfing Pattern occurs; by waiting until the next day to sell, a trader is making sure that the bearish reversal pattern is for real and was not just a one day occurance. In the chart above of Verizon, a trader would probably entered on the day after the Bearish Engulfing Pattern because the selling continued. Usually trader's wait for other signals, such as a price break below the upward support line (see: Support & Resistance ), before entering a sell order. However, in the case of Verizon above, the Bearish Engulfing Pattern occured at the same time as the trendline break below support.
Candlestick Patterns -Лааны хослол Bullish Engulfing Pattern usually appearing after a strong downtrend. Indicates a possible reversal to the upside. Bearish Engulfing Pattern usually appearing after a strong uptrend. Indicates a possible reversal to the downside. Basic Bullish Reversal Pattern or Piercing Pattern Means that Sellers are losing strength and that a reversal to the upside could occur any time. Basic Bearish Reversal Pattern or Cloud Cover Means that Sellers are losing strength and that a reversal to the downside could occur any time. Shooting Star Means that Buyers cannot sustain new highs and that a reversal to the downside could occur any time. Evening Star This is a Top Reversal Signal to the downside after market reaching new highs.
Үргэлжлэл... Morning Star This is a Bottom Reversal Signal to the upside after market reaching new lows. Hammer / Hanging Man This is a Reversal Pattern that usually shows up after very strong trends. Pattern is considered a hammer after a strong downtrend, and a hanging man after a strong uptrend. Harami This an occure with the long body being bullish and the second candle being bearish or the other way around. In the image here, there is a bearish reversal pattern. Doji / Double Doji This is not a reversal pattern itself, but does mean indecision in the market. A doble doji just confirms even more indecision. Be alert, beacause there could be a stron trend or break comming. Kickers
Stochastics Oscillator George C. Lane, 1950 он Fast %K = Slowing %K = 3-period moving average of Fast %K %D = 3-period simple moving average of Slowing %K ((Today's Close - Lowest Low in %K Periods) / (Highest High in %K Periods - Lowest Low in %K Periods)) * 100