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Lesson 1: 18 minutes
Three Methods Formation
The Rising Three Methods signal includes more candles than your typical candlestick pattern: five in total. However, this signal is easy to spot due to the three minuscule candles in the center. Second, that first candle will be followed by three or more short red (or black) candles.
Lesson 2: 13 minutes
A bullish engulfing pattern is a candlestick chart pattern that forms when a small black candlestick is followed the next day by a large white candlestick, the body of which completely overlaps or engulfs the body of the previous day's candlestick.
Lesson 3: 18 minutes
Black Hollow Candlesticks occur when the close is greater than the prior close and the open. Red Filled Candlesticks occur when open and prior close are lower than the close. Red Hollow Candlesticks occur when the close is greater than the open but lower than the prior close
Lesson 4: 19 minutes
Doji Star Formations
A Doji pattern is said to be formed when on a certain trading day, the closing, as well as the opening price, are more or less at the same level. It looks like a plus (+) sign or a cross where the body of the candle is very small or nonexistent. The upper and lower shadows of the candle can be seen.
Lesson 5: 16 minutes
Key Reversal Patterns
The Key Reversal Patterns fall into two key types. The first is the Bullish Key Reversal where a candlestick trades lower on the day only to ultimately close at the highs of the day. For the Bearish Key Reversal the inverse it true. Both of this candlesticks are a sign of a probable countertrend price move.
Bonus: 41 minutes
RSI Module (Coming Soon)
- Module 1- RSI Basis
- Module 2- RSI Myths
- Strategy #1 - RSI Overbought Oversold Signals
- Strategy #2 - Candlestick Strategy
- Strategy #3 - Bollinger Band Strategy
- Strategy #4 Contrarian Trading Strategy