The Best Candlestick Chart Patterns for Trading

Candlestick Buy Entry Signals

The goal for your trading should be to learn how to find the best stocks to trade quickly and easily. Often times Traders spend more time trying to figure out which stock they should choose to trade, and waste most of their day looking at stock charts.

Candlestick Buy Signals are the key element and is often missing in stock market education. You can learn the basics of Candlestick Charts Patterns at the TechniTrader Learning Center which is our resource library of training for Traders.

What differentiates a Buy Signal from a Reversal or Continuation Candlestick Pattern is that the true BUY SIGNAL is a specific group of candles, that have formed in a chart PRIOR to that stock starting a run and those are stocks with the best Candlestick Chart Patterns for Trading.

Too often traders use Candlestick Reversal Patterns, Continuation Patterns, MACD, or Stochastic crossovers as entry signals. All of these methods put you into the stock late losing profits, and increasing your risk of a whipsaw trade especially when the Stock Market is in a choppy sideways to volatile Market Condition.

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By learning true Buy Entry Signals which are the best Candlestick Chart Patterns for Trading, you can increase your profitability to 75% or greater. Now that probably may sounds far-fetched to those of you who are trading Reversal Patterns, Continuation Patterns, MACD, or other crossover signals and have come to accept that the best you can do is about 50%.

The reality is that by making minor changes to when you enter a stock using Candlestick Buy Signals, and by using Indicators NOT as an entry but as a confirmation of underlying energy and strength, you can achieve a significantly higher percentage of successful highly profitable trades.

The chart example below has a strong Buy Entry Signal Candle Pattern which is one of the best Candlestick Chart Patterns for Trading. 

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It is one of many entry signals that are taught exclusively at TechniTrader. This is an extremely reliable Beginning Trader Candlestick Chart Pattern which provides low risk and high profit potential.

The proper indicators are needed to confirm this Buy Entry Signal as having sufficient underlying HIDDEN buying activity by giant lot Buy Side Institutions that at some point it will trigger the High Frequency Trader HFT computer algorithms to run or gap this stock up. 

In the top indicator window below price, you can see this indicator reveals giant Buy Side Institutions using Dark Pools to buy in large lots incrementally. Their buying is hidden off the exchanges, but this indicator confirmation makes this stock Buy Entry Signal one of the best Candlestick Chart Patterns for Trading. 

This is not a Buy Entry Signal taught in the standard Candlestick Books. It is the five candlestick group pattern on this stock chart that is the differentiator, with the size and placement of those five candles making this a strong Buy Entry Signal.

As you can see in the bottom chart window, MACD has no signal at all. It is floating on the downside since it can only crossover AFTER price has moved, and because it is a momentum price indicator. In addition it has no ability to track large lot accumulation by the giant Buy Side Institutions.

MACD finally crosses over, but only after the stock has gapped up. This is a High Frequency Trading HFT gap, and the run is finished at this point. Watch the TechniTrader MACD indicator for Stock Trading Webinar which shows you how to improve it for the current Stock Market.

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 The second chart example below shows what happened after the strong Buy Entry Signal. 

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The points gained were approximately 3.00 to 3.25 points, depending upon your exit price. So a two day hold of 100 shares is $300.00, for 500 shares it is $1500.00, and for 1000 shares by an experienced trader it is a $3000.00 profit in just a 2 day time period. 

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Most traders only dream about such returns, but TechniTrader Students learn how to have these types of successful trades on a regular basis.

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Martha Stokes CMT
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Disclaimer: All statements are the opinions of TechniTrader, its instructors and/or employees, and are not to be construed as anything more than an opinion. TechniTrader is not a broker or an investment advisor; it is strictly an educational service. There is risk in trading financial assets and derivatives. Due diligence is required for any investment. It should not be assumed that the methods or techniques presented cannot result in losses. Examples presented are for educational purposes only. 

TC2000 Leading Indicator Time Segmented Volume

How to Interpret Time Segmented Volume for Entries and Exits

Time Segmented Volume TSV is unique in its formulation as a Volume Oscillator. Although there are a couple of other Volume Oscillators in the TC2000 indicator list, TSV is far superior due to the unusual inclusion of Price as well as Volume in the formula. With all 3 data pieces of market data in the formula and using a subordinate indicator, Technical Traders can see contrarian patterns that lead price sufficiently for earlier entries which result in higher profits for Swing and Momentum Trading. This is particularly beneficial during Bottoming and Topping Market Conditions.

Time Segmented Volume is similar to the Relative Strength Index RSI indicator, in that it is NOT oscillating on highs and lows of Volume action. It oscillates on a comparative value of Volume over Time. The period setting is the comparative value which is extremely useful, and not always available in most indicators. By using a comparative value of X number of days, Traders can set the period to the timeframe most useful for their personal Trading Style.
When set properly Time Segmented Volume leads as much as 2-4 days ahead of any Price and Time indicator. These include the persistently popular MACD and Stochastic Indicators which are lagging more and more, as the market becomes more automated with highly sophisticated multi-leg conditional orders for the Dark Pools and more complex algorithms for High Frequency Traders. Dark Pools are the giant Buy Side Institutions who control vast quantities of assets, and use off-exchange venues for most of their activity.

Time Segmented Volume is one of the few indicators that reveals Dark Pool activity PRIOR to the High Frequency Trader sudden runs, gaps, and huge candles that follow Dark Pool accumulation.

It is one of those indicators that has many different signal patterns, which tell traders different information and leads price. The chart example below shows one of the numerous signal patterns which forms on a regular basis, in the bottom chart window "TSV." 

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The stock has been in a selling mode for several weeks. The run is momentum at the moment, which often encourages Retail Traders to Sell Short. However, Time Segmented Volume has struck the bottom of its chart and has ticked up on the down sell day. This is a contrarian pattern that frequently forms on this indicator during momentum selling.

This contrarian pattern on Time Segmented Volume warns Retail Traders of the following 3 things:

 1. If you are Selling Short, it is time to exit the trade

 2. Do not attempt to Sell Short, as the stock is about to reverse
  
 3. Prepare for upside momentum action

This is invaluable information that helps Traders exit just before a big bounce or reversal, and it tells them ahead of time to prepare for an upside Momentum Run.

The Time Segmented Volume line crosses over its subordinate indicator which is an Exponential Moving Average EMA, signaling again early that the stock is going to bolt upward with momentum.

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The stock runs 99 points upward before it has another Time Segmented Volume spike to the top of the chart, this time warning that a selling for profit mode is about to start.

The stock ran with Momentum Runs that continued upward over a month with minor profit taking. This provided several opportunities for Day, Swing, and Momentum Traders to enjoy great gains. Time Segmented Volume is a leading indicator. Watch a webinar on Stock Leading Indicators.

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Summary

Learning to interpret Time Segmented Volume is important for our modern automated marketplace. It is an excellent indicator with numerous patterns that are easy to learn and quickly identify. The key is understanding what each pattern represents.

Time Segmented Volume is able to reveal the following information:

 1. Giant Institution Dark Pool Quiet Accumulation, as well as Quiet Rotation™ and Distribution patterns.

 2. It will show if the buying is sustainable, based on whether it is smaller lots or larger lots buying.

 3. Extreme conditions in Volume and Price, which will reverse the trend up or down.

 4. Consistency of Volume over time, allowing longer holds for short-term trades.

 5. When to prepare for an Entry or Exit, a day to few days ahead of a reversal run.

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Martha Stokes CMT
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Disclaimer: All statements are the opinions of TechniTrader, its instructors and/or employees, and are not to be construed as anything more than an opinion. TechniTrader is not a broker or an investment advisor; it is strictly an educational service. There is risk in trading financial assets and derivatives. Due diligence is required for any investment. It should not be assumed that the methods or techniques presented cannot result in losses. Examples presented are for educational purposes only. 

Who Can You Rely on for Learning How to Trade Options?

Significant Advantage in Revolutionary Options Approach
There are so many Options trading strategies out there including  Spreads, Strangles, Straddles, Collars, Backspreads, Butterflies, Condors, Albatross, Box, Calendar, Call Ratio and the list goes on and on.  

How do you know which strategies will work best for YOUR Trading Goals?

Hint: You can't learn that from your brokerage! Don't be fooled by a simplified order platform for trading Options. Your brokerage wants you to think it's simple, and wants you trade as many multi-leg Options as you have time and money to lay out. They bank commissions on every leg. They'll show you how to place the trade, but they won't show you how to choose the right Stocks or Exchange Traded Funds ETFs for trading Options.

Sure, sometimes you may be unsure of the direction the stock will take due to unexpected volatility in the market, so you'll want to use a spread strategy to limit risk and lock in a small profit. This is when using a  spread or other type of Options strategy might be useful.  

With TechniTrader education learn to choose ideal Stocks with ideal Candlestick Patterns, and can gain a significant advantage over other Options Traders.  With this added knowledge, the cards are stacked much higher in your favor. 

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A New Road Map for Options Trading

Beginners Enabled by Options Market Changes
Most Retail Traders who are considering learning how to trade Options, have not heard about the major changes to the options Market that have occurred over the past few years. These changes have been kept from Retail Traders since the professional side, retail brokers, and retail vendors make enormous profits from their customers who trade options.   

This puts the Retail Options Trader at a huge disadvantage, which can cause lower profits or more losses trading options.

There is a New Road Map for Options Trading due to several factors which include the following:

1. An area that is growing exponentially is the High Frequency Trader presence now in the Options Markets and their use of Maker-Taker roles instead of Market Makers. This alters how options trades perform and creates complexity that is not understood by many Retail Options Traders.

2. Also, the Securities and Exchange Commission SEC continues to monitor several retail brokers for conflict of interest trading, as they perform as the primary Market Maker for their customer base.

3. In addition more and more giant Buy Side Institutions are using Options as a hedging or mitigation style trade, with the sole intent of insurance rather than premium trading.  These are short-term trades that alter the Put to Call Ratio which many retail trading strategies rely upon.  When the Buy Side employs huge option contract buying of Puts to insure a higher risk short-term trade, it can skew the Put/Call ratio giving retail Traders a false signal. 

The Buy Side Institutions simply let the Puts expire worthless as the stock and its option move into profitability.

4. Newer Options Strategies and Options Trading Styles provide a basis for Beginner Options Traders to have better results with their options trading by using the increase in Institutional options trading, the increase in High Frequency Trader trigger activity, and the expanded presence of Professional Floor and Independent Professional Traders in the Options Market.  By understanding these dynamics which are altering how Options Trading is evolving and changing the Beginner Options Trader can learn faster, earn higher profits, and lower overall risk factors.

This enables the new Options Trader to  become proficient faster regardless of the Options Trading Style they choose.
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As an example, the Dow 30 has been moving with extreme speculation.  The Balance of Power Indicator has never been this extreme, indicating NOT Dark Pool activity but Smaller Funds and High Frequency Traders.  Understanding this in relation to the VIX-X Chicago Board Options Exchange Market Volatility Index which is not showing any pattern of volatility or velocity, but is showing instead a lack of volatility enables the Beginning Options Trader to choose the ideal stock and option instead of high risk options. See chart below.



The DJ-30 Dow Jones Industrials chart shows the extreme pattern of Volume and Balance of Power indicative of High Frequency Traders chased by Volume Weighted Average Price VWAP smaller Fund orders. See chart below.



Summary

The VIX-X chart in comparison to the Dow 30 chart shows and entirely different pattern for the majority  of stocks at this time. Contrarian patterns between these two critically important chart is mandatory for Beginner Options Traders to understand IF they wish to  be consistently profitable trading options.

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Analysis of Facebook FB

Trading Styles for This Stock Explained
Most traders are not taught the proper way to approach selecting a stock to trade. Often times the choice of what stock to trade is based on retail news, retail chatrooms, recommendations, and gurus comments.
The first step in analyzing any stock for a potential short-term trade is to establish if the price pattern is ideal for Intraday, Day, Swing and Momentum, or Position Trading which is a week to several weeks hold timeframe.
This is done by studying the chart using TC2000 charting software and Worden indicators. Using a combination of price and indicators for large lot versus small lots, and other Volume based indicators provides a complete analysis of all the data available. Just using price indicators is insufficient, and is only half of the data you need to consistently select the ideal stock to trade for your Trading Style.
Choosing the wrong stock to trade for your Trading Style is one of several reasons why traders lose money, have whipsaw trades, or minuscule profits.

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The first step is to determine which Market Participant Group created the current price pattern. There are Nine Market Participant Groups and each leaves a specific footprint on the chart. Of those 9 groups, 6 are large lot buyers and sellers who move significantly more liquidity through the market. As an example, the Balance of Power BOP Indicator has numerous different and distinct patterns which form that tell you who is trading at what price level, and if it is an accumulation mode, rotation, or distribution pattern. High Frequency Trades HFTs create huge spikes on BOP, often in the opposing direction of the Dark Pools giant funds buying huge share lots over extended periods of time.
The combination of Candlestick Patterns, Trend, Volume Bars, and BOP all on the same chart template provide an instant and easy way to determine who is trading the stock at the time. See chart example below.
chart example with candlestick patterns, trend, volume bars, and bop - technitrader

Facebook Inc. (FB: NASDAQ) in early November shows Professional Traders setting up to sell short, followed by HFTs gapping the stock down and running it down after a guidance warning is reported. Sure the report year over year was solid, but guidance mattered more. HFTs used the news to gap the stock down, while Smaller Funds and the Retail Traders rushed to sell after the gap down. The stock rebounded as it entered a prior Dark Pool Buy Zone™ where a giant fund picked up shares of stock at a much lower price.

When studying the chart to determine which Trading Style to use, you should study intraday charts if you are an Intraday Trader or an End Of Day EOD to First Of Day FOD Day Trader. It is NOT necessary or reliable to use intraday charts for Swing or Momentum Trading, and instead use daily chart views. Position Traders should also use daily chart views.

For Intraday or EOD/FOD the first requirement is liquidity, so check the Volume. It should be an average of 100,000 share per minute to ensure sufficient trading Volume for most intraday trades. For EOD/FOD the focus must also be the last few minutes of the trading day when the EOD order would be entered. There needs to be Professional Trader EOD footprints and sufficient Volume before choosing any stock. Does FB have that?

Swing and Momentum Trading require that a stock run at least 2 days in a row. It also requires a visible compression pattern before the stock runs up. Look at the chart and see if FB meets these basic requirements for Swing or Momentum Trading.

Position Trading is for Part-Time Traders who have only a few hours a week to study charts and trade stocks. FB actually lends itself most suitable for Position Trading. The goal for a position trade is to enter during a period of Quiet Accumulation as the stock moves sideways, before it runs up due to HFT activity. Identifying Dark Pool Buy Zones and Professional Trader compresions provides the best entries for Position Traders, and also aids in the best exits as well.

Summary
Many traders assume that if they learn some candlesticks, a couple of indicators, use a red/green light system, or a strategy that they have learned how to trade.
All they have learned is tidbits of trading. Without a complete comprehensive Trading Process, these tidbits will get a trader into a poor trade, at the wrong price, or just as it is about to encounter profit taking.
Being able to identify WHO is trading the stock at the current time helps you know whether or not this stock is ideal for your Trading Style, strategies for that style, and whether it is an ideal candidate for you to trade at this point in time.
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Disclaimer: All statements are the opinions of TechniTrader, its instructors and/or employees, and are not to be construed as anything more than an opinion. TechniTrader is not a broker or an investment advisor; it is strictly an educational service. There is risk in trading financial assets and derivatives. Due diligence is required for any investment. It should not be assumed that the methods or techniques presented cannot result in losses. Examples presented are for educational purposes only.

How to Analyze Stock Charts With FB Example

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Yesterday TechniTrader held the Open Forum Training Event as we do once a year. This is totally different than my webinar presentations to non-students. It was as always, a mega surprise to the attendees who were blown away by the training. 
What I do is let a “By Invitation Only” group of registered website guests who are non-students, see how I analyze stocks and the market. This webinar is live, using real charts. Attendees may submit a stock for analysis to see how I analyze their stock picks.  
I was struck by one compelling common denominator in that list of stocks. There was not one single good stock pick for short-term trading, among all of the stocks submitted for analysis by the attendees. 
This is totally different from when I hold my TechniTrader Student Mentoring Sessions. When TechniTrader Students submit stock picks for analysis the bulk of the charts have good setups for entry or are developing great setups for entry, and the stocks meet all requirements for a watchlist.

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The attendees ranged from brand new traders to veterans of 30 years, so it had nothing to do with experience. Rather it is a glaring reality that most traders are handicapped by a lack of proper chart training. Sure you have been to dozens of Worden Seminars but those are not intended to teach you to trade, but to buy their charting software. So big holes are left in your understanding of stock charts, AND how to use Worden Indicators.
As TC2000 Users you have 3 extremely powerful Worden Indicators at your fingertips, yet few of you use them. You are missing out on substantial chart analysis information, that would help you achieve higher profits with less work.
Facebook Inc. (FB: NASDAQ) is a very popular stock in retail chatrooms right now. Let’s use it as the example, see chart below.
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Use the chart to learn how to analyze Stock Charts with FB example to determine the following:
1. Where are the support levels in this chart?
2. Is there momentum potential action, and is run gain potential down or up? 
3. Can you identify weaker versus stronger previous price candlestick patterns and trendline patterns in this chart?
4. Is this good stock for Day, Swing, Momentum, or Position Trading? 
5. What are the Volume and Balance of Power BOP indicators telling you before FB gaps down?   
6. Do you know where to put a PROPER stop loss? If you think stop losses do not work, then you are not placing them properly. 
7. What Trading Style would work best, and which strategy should you use for that trading style?
8. Which Market Participant Group is in control of price right now? 
Print off this chart. Draw on it. Study the overall trend. Look at different time frames. Do not have so many indicators on the price chart, that you cannot read the pure price action. You should not be using more than 5 indicators, and most of those need to be Quantity based indicators. If you do not have a good set of indicators, study the ones provided with this lesson.
Let’s see how you do with this analysis on you own. I will provide my analysis of Price and Volume action for FB next week. The goal is for you to be able to pull up any stock chart and quickly decide if it is a good pick for your Trading Style, as well as knowing which strategy to use at the time based on current Market Conditions.
Your ultimate goal in understanding how to analyze stock charts with FB example should be to have the ability to know what style and which strategy for that style to use, the risk versus reward profit potential, the hold time, the run gain, and the stop loss placement. My goal in my retirement years is to teach Retail Traders to trade profitably all the time, not just once in a blue moon. If you do not learn how to do this kind analysis on your own, you will forever be dependent upon vendors, High Frequency Traders HFTs, and Professionals who will always take advantage of you. 
Next week’s article will be my analysis of the FB chart, which you can use to compare and check against what you have determined.
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Disclaimer: All statements are the opinions of TechniTrader, its instructors and/or employees, and are not to be construed as anything more than an opinion. TechniTrader is not a broker or an investment advisor; it is strictly an educational service. There is risk in trading financial assets and derivatives. Due diligence is required for any investment. It should not be assumed that the methods or techniques presented cannot result in losses. Examples presented are for educational purposes only.

BEGINNERS START YOUR STOCK MARKET TRAINING TODAY


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The TechniTrader Basics of the Stock Market Lessons on TechniTrader.com are specifically designed for people who have no experience in the Stock Market. You will enjoy every moment of learning.
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These Lessons on my website TechniTrader.com include:

1. What you need to know about the Stock Market 

2. Stock Market Terminology

3. The Stock Market as a business working from home

4. Checklist to find stocks, Risk and Profit Potential

5. How to Find Stocks to Trade

6. What are Stock Scans

7. How to Use Stock Scanning Software

8. How to Read Stock Charts

9. How to Use Candlestick Patterns

10. How to Use Stock Indicators

11. Risk Analysis

12. How to Enter Online Broker Orders

Final lesson: Profit Stops


Trade Wisely,

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Disclaimer: All statements, whether expressed verbally or in writing are the opinions of TechniTrader its instructors and or employees, and are not to be construed as anything more than an opinion. Student/subscribers are responsible for making their own choices and decisions regarding all purchases or sales of stocks or issues. At no time is any stock or issue on any list written or sent to a student/subscriber by TechniTrader and its employees to be construed as a recommendation to buy or sell any stock or issue. TechniTrader is not a broker or an investment advisor, it is strictly an educational service.