Which candlesticks work best as reversal or continuation patterns? Investment-grade candlesticks work as reversal or continuation patterns at least two-thirds of the time (66%), and they are plentiful. By “plentiful,” I mean that I sorted a list of 103 candlestick patterns by how often they appeared in the Standard & Poor’s 500 from August 1996 to August 2006. I split the list and discarded the rare ones. That left just 13 candle types, which I describe here. Read on to learn more...
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