Now that we understand the types of patterns to use as a bullish signal we are going to dive into the bearish candle patterns. These candle patterns are equally as important and some of the time you will find that they are just simply the inverse of the bullish patterns. Once you know what every candlestick formation represents you will immediately have a better understanding of the market and especially in certain areas of interest. Being able to read candlesticks in detail is a great tool as most candlesticks will leave behind some clues. The clues could be anything from just simply showing momentum or a consolidation but even this will help us to understand the narrative of the market.
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