Bearish Separating Lines

Bearish Separating Lines is a continuation pattern that occurs in a downtrend with a long bodied white candlestick followed by a black candlestick with the same opening price as the first but with no upper wick.

Bullish Separating Lines

Bullish Separating Lines is a continuation pattern that occurs in an uptrend with a long bodied black candlestick followed by a white candlestick with the same opening price as the first but with no lower wick.

Bullish In Neck Line

Bullish In Neck Line is a two candlestick continuation pattern that occurs during a uptrend. The first candlestick is long bodied and white. The second candlestick gaps higher but ends up closing below it’s open, at around the level of the top of the prior candlestick’s body.

Bullish On Neck Line

Bullish On Neck Line is a continuation pattern occuring during an uptrend. The first candle in the pattern is long and white. The second candle gaps up from the close of the previous candle and closes at the level of the close of the first candle.

Bearish On Neck Line

Bearish On Neck Line is a two candle continuation pattern occuring during a downtrend. The first candle gaps open lower and is long bodied and black. The second candlestick is small bodied and white, not closing above the low of the first candlestick.

Bearish Side by Side White Lines

Bearish Side by Side White Lines is a three candlestick continuation pattern occuring during an downtrend. The first candle is long bodied and black. The second candle gaps downward to open a lower open and is white. The third candle is white and opens and closes at about the same level as the second candle.

Bullish Side by Side White Lines

Bullish Side by Side White Lines is a three candlestick continuation pattern occuring during an uptrend. The first candle is long bodied and white. The second candle gaps upward to open a higher open and is white. The third candle is white and opens and closes at about the same level as the second candle.

Three Line Strike

Three Line Strike is a four candlestick continuation pattern. See: Bullish Three Line Strike, Bearish Three Line Strike

Bearish Three Line Strike

Three Line Strike is a four candlestick continuation pattern. The bearish three line strike occurs in an downtrend. The first three candlesticks are made up by the Three Black Candlesticks pattern. The final candlestick in the series is a long bodied white candlestick that opens below the third candlestick and closes above the first candle’s … Read more