Japanese Candlestick Type - Close Calling line

In the previous 3 chapters, we've learned the basics of Japanese Candlestick Charts, Positive line of Japanese Candlestick Type and Hidden line of Japanese Candlestick Type

In this article, we'll learn about the Close Calling line of Japanese Candlestick Type.


Japanese Candlestick Type  Close Calling line


Japanese Candlestick Type - Close Calling line

Candlestick How to call meaning
Japanese-Candlestick-Type-Foot-length-same-line Foot length same line It is a line where the values ??of the opening and closing prices are the same and the pressure of buying and selling is equal. Because there are many cases that appear at the time of stock price conversion, there is a possibility of a rebound if the foot length same line comes out at the bottom price, and falling back if the foot length same line comes out in the ceiling area.
Japanese Candlestick Type Crosshair Crosshair As with the same foot line, although it often appears at the time of stock price change, it is a line that easily goes out to the bottom price than the ceiling zone.
Japanese Candlestick Type Upper cross Upper cross The buying pressure is a strong line.
Japanese Candlestick Type Lower cross Lower cross The selling pressure is a strong line.
Japanese Candlestick Type Dragonfly Dragonfly It shows the turning point of stock price. If a dragonfly comes out with a bottom value, it will switch to a rise, and if a dragonfly comes out in the ceiling area it may switch to a fall.
Japanese Candlestick Type Tuba Tuba It shows the turning point of stock price. If Tuba comes out at the bottom, it will switch to rise, and if Tuba comes out in the ceiling sphere there is a possibility of turning into fall.

One must learn the different types of candles because the combination of these candles make bearish or bullish patterns in the technical chart, which every trader MUST master.

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