most important reversal pattern in chart

Description of reversal patterns candlestick -
 reversal patterns trading  mean the conformation of candlesticks which indicate the end of the being trend (uptrend or downtrend). When similar conformation appears in a downtrend, it indicates a bullish reversal or end of dealing spree and onset of buying spell. Again, when a trend reversal pattern forms in an uptrend, it warns dealers of a possible end to bullish run and onset of a depression. reversal patterns stocks very preferred by people. Also reversal patterns work in forex and crypto currency market.

 Candlestick patterns are visual patterns, helping dealers to fantasize when request sentiment is shifting, which is why numerous dealers prefer candlestick maps over other trading tools. Still, any trend reversal suggestion must conform with other popular specialized trading tools. 

Engulfing Patterns-

Engulfing Patterns

 An gulfing pattern is a two-candle conformation that signals trend reversal, and hence, there are bullish gulfing and bearish gulfing. 

The bearish gulfing happens in the uptrend. The first candle is a white/ green candle that forms in the uptrend. The alternate candle opens advanced than the former session and also closes below the former. It represent that the bullish force made a final thrust before bearish forces took over. 

 The contrary of bearish gulfing is bullish gulfing, and it appears at the bottom of a downtrend. 


 Doji is a unique conformation – a candle with no real- body but with murk. Doji can take numerous forms like Doji Star, Dragonfly Doji, Gravestone Doji, Long-lawful Doji, and more. 
It's frequently associated with request vacillation before a trend reversal. Piecemeal from Doji star, Dragonfly Doji and Gravestone Doji also indicate a trend reversal; but to predicate your trading opinions on them, those must concur with other popular trading tools like MA (moving average), RSI, or moving oscillator. 

 Doji conformations frequently have no real- body, means that the opening and ending price is nearly the same, or the request has reached an equilibrium where neither the buying nor the selling strengths are strong enough to give it a direction. 

 Abandoned Baby-
Supposedly, an abandoned baby is a more decisive trend reversal pattern than Doji. It's a rare conformation, but when it appears, it's a strong enough suggestion for dealers to alter their position consequently. 

 Since it's a trend reversal pattern, an abandoned baby can appear in both uptrend or downtrend. An abandoned baby is a Doji star which appears between two candles – the first one appearing in the direction of the trend and the alternate evidence candle appearing in the reversed trend, either bullish or bearish. The shadow of the first candle must n’t lap the alternate candle. The star appears above or below the trend, looking abandoned, hence the moniker. 

Hammer Pattern-
 Hammer is a single candle pattern that appears in a downtrend inferring a trend reversal to bullish. It generally has a small real- body and a long downcast shadow. It indicates that the request scrabbled for the bottom but ultimately buying forces were strong to push the request up – the result is a bullish or green candle comprising a short real- body. The candle appearing coming to the hammer must confirm the trend reversal to form a trading strategy. It must close above the last candle formed before the hammer. 

 The contrary conformation of a hammer, an reversed hammer which appears in an uptrend, is also a trend reversal pattern. In this case, the color of the hammer does n’t matter, but the upper shadow is twice the size of its real body. An inverted hammer requires stronger evidence candles to ascertain trend reversal. 
Another analogous conformation that appears in the candlestick map is called a hanging man. It's a hammer that appears in uptrend. When the hanging man appears after a rally, it indicates a trend reversal. It needs farther evidence from the following candles appearing in thetrendline.However, the hanging man confirms a downcast trend reversal, If those appearing in a downtrend. 
 Piercing Line-

A piercing line is a two-candle conformation – a bearish long-bodied candle and another bullish candle which opens at a gap and closes at the interior of the bearish candle. Both candles have robust long bodies. It shows that the request started in bearish impulse, but ultimately, buyers gained instigation to pull the request up and reserve their position. 

 Harami Pattern-
Harami patterns are common and can be both bullish harami and bearish harami. In Japanese, the word translates to pregnant. It's a two-candle conformation where the alternate candle is a small-bodied candle that opens and closes within the body of the first candle, representing a pregnant form. In the case of Harami Cross, the alternate candle is a Doji star. 

 A Harami is a reversal pattern, but it is n’t as strong as the hammer and needs evidence from other specialized trading tools like RSI, MACD, and the suchlike. 

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 My OBSERVATION-These reversal patterns works veritably well when used with RSI, In case of indicators, when RSI is above 65 or below 35 any similar pattern visible indicates reversal and In case of stocks, when RSI is over 70 or below 40 any similar pattern visible indicates reversal. 

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