Japanese Candlestick is the most advanced form of charting techniques. The concept emerged in 18th Century, when a Japanese rice trader Munehisa Homma introduced the concept of candlesticks.
Steve Nison introduced the concept of Japanese candlesticks in the west in 1980’s and the concept gained popularity amongst traders, candlestick unveils market psychology and emotions of a trader in a visually attractive form. Traders can identify reversal and continuation patterns through candlesticks.
- Anatomy of Candlestick
- Interpretation of Candlesticks
- Understanding Bullish Patterns
- Understanding Bearish Patterns
- Market psychology