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5 Most Profitable Candlestick Patterns – How to Read Stock Charts

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Concerning This Video: In this video Riley goes five profitable candlestick patterns and when to use them when you read stock charts. Candle holder patterns are important in any facet of checking out stock charts and trading in the securities market.

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33 Thoughts to “5 Most Profitable Candlestick Patterns – How to Read Stock Charts”

  1. Riley Coleman

    Combine candlestick patterns with chart patterns is a strong strategy! Learn about Chart patterns here 👉 https://youtu.be/AiF5OaiPbG4

  2. SP

    So much good info in this video.

    1. Riley Coleman

      Awesome to hear that you got so much value from it! Which pattern made the most sense or did you like the most?

    2. SP

      @Riley Coleman bullish and bearish engulfing patterns.

  3. chechodallas

    This was very very helpful

    1. Riley Coleman

      Awesome to hear!

  4. Mike594594

    Thanks for the video. It was very helpful

  5. elaine choy

    I’ve watched many videos on candlesticks. This by far is the best. You explain concepts perfectly and just keep giving valuable info. I keep finding new tips from your videos, even though Ive watch lots of beginners videos 🙂 and I find the length of your videos to be just right!

    1. Riley Coleman

      Awesome to hear thanks for the feedback! Good to know that the length is appropriate!

  6. Arwin June Vicente

    Wow! Thanks man.

    1. Riley Coleman

      You’re welcome!

  7. Rico Rico

    Hi – is the Bullish Pin the same as Dragonfly Doji?

    1. Riley Coleman

      Yes! There are definitely different names for similar things in trading.

  8. watch Votos

    about how long time every candle !

    1. Riley Coleman

      It depends on what you set them to.

  9. canamm

    You talk about periods of “days” in regards to these patterns, but do these show up and work in single day charts as well?

    1. Riley Coleman

      Yes these patterns work for any time frame even tick charts.

  10. Nandan Setlur

    Would be helpful to see these 5 patterns in columns similar to your (3) squeeze columns. Possible?

    1. Riley Coleman

      Oh that’s an interesting thought. There is software in thinkorswim called prophet I believe that is able to spot patterns on charts for you but I don’t think its super high quality. Coding that into a watch list might be really hard or not possible.

  11. 301tefal

    What day setup chart is best to read candle ?

    1. Riley Coleman

      Not 100% sure what you are asking. But when I’m looking at a daily chart I zoom it in an out depending on how I see fit. If I want to see less data I maybe look at 3 months of daily data but sometimes ill also look at a years worth of daily data. Let me know if that helps.

  12. ganeskmr

    thank u sir.

  13. Zachary Soun

    Seriously appreciate the crystal clear breakdown

    1. Riley Coleman

      Thanks!

    2. Zachary Soun

      @Riley Coleman yeah, no problem. I feel like I’m learning a ton from you. I’m gonna practice what I’ve learned with paper trading and shoot for consistency

    3. Riley Coleman

      Awesome! That’s a really good plan!

  14. kabutar lal

    1. Lower wicks without follow-through the upward move and volume=Vearish
    2. Consolidation with a higher low below strong HTF resistance pivot = Possibility of breakout upwards
    3. Doji can also lead to continues trend

  15. The Legacy of Gaming

    Fantastic video!

    1. Riley Coleman

      Thanks!

  16. Ryan

    Question. What would a bearish pin in a downtrend possibly signify? (Or vice versa bullish pin in an uptrend?). Thanks in advance your videos are awesome.

  17. Grant Koehler

    Riley, thanks for the easily understood explanations on this topic.
    One question, the width of the candle seems to be time related. Does it represent a trading day or some other period or event?

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