How-To Guide: 12+ Candlestick Formations Every Technical Trader Should Know by The Cullen Outlook
Hello to all—
After all of the positive feedback for my How-To Guide: 10 Rules For Technical Futures Trading, I identified similar demand for a definitive guide on candlesticks.
So I created the How-To Guide: 12+ Candlestick Formations Every Technical Trader Should Know
This guide will go over 12+ Candlestick Formations that I want you to be familiar with while you scan the charts for trading opportunities. You will learn what they look like, how they are formed and how to attack the trade once they are spotted! Whether you have been using candlesticks for years or are new to them and looking to add another element to your technical trading arsenal, this How-To Guide will be perfect for you.
The following strategies and concepts are covered in this 30+ page guide:
- My top 12 Candlestick Formations
- A brief and easy to understand explanation on each formation
- What to look for when pinpointing candlestick formations on a chart
- What they mean when they are happening, and
- How and when to take action
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