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Japan gave birth to candlestick charts more than five hundred years ago. The technical analysis was first used by the Japanese in late 1600s at Dojima Rice Exchange while trading rice. The first trader who has reached the fortune by forecasting prices using the past price data was Munehisa Homma, a famous trader of this exchange. Homma has created a number of principles that are used in Japan nowadays. The set of data containing open price, high price, low price, and close price is traced in the chart as a candlestick. The candlestick turns hollow (white or in some cases green) if the close price exceeds the open price. A filled ...
There's more to stock trading than simply spotting momentum or following the trend. The open, high, low, and close from one day to the next can be vital clues. While most technical analysts and stock chart-watchers utilize indicators to spot the next trade-worthy move, the shape of a chart's daily (or weekly, or hourly) bars can hold as much valuable information as any other tool. The practice of looking at the placement of a stock's opening price, closing price, high trade for the day, and low trade for the day- or OHLC bars- is called candlestick analysis. It is believed ... Read More
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