Candlestick Charts Part 3: Continuation For COINBASE:BTCUSD By GabiDahdouh

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NOTE: some pattern could be reversal and continuation patterns depending if its in an uptrend or downtrend.

Today’s video will be about the Candlestick Chart : Continuation Patterns.

Continuation Patterns are candlestick patterns that tend to resolve in the same direction as the prevailing trend.

So lets start by talking about the different types of Patterns :

  • Bullish Continuation Patterns
  • Bearish Continuation Patterns

And they are divided into 3 groups :

Weak Patterns

Reliable Patterns

Strong Patterns

We Start with the Strong Continuation Patterns :

1) Rising Three Methods :

is a five candlestick bullish continuation pattern. The first candlestick is a large bullish candlestick that takes place during an uptrend. Then a group of two to four small body candlesticks (either bullish or bearish ) retreat within the price range established by the first day’s real body bullish candlestick . The final candlestick of the pattern is another large bullish candlestick that closes above the first day’s closing price.

2) Falling Three Methods :

is a five candlestick bearish continuation pattern. The first candlestick is a large bearish candlestick that takes place during a downtrend. Then a group of two to four small body candlesticks (either bullish or bearish ) slowly ascend within the price range established by the first day’s real body bearish candlestick . The final candlestick of the pattern is another large bearish candlestick that closes below the first day’s closing price.

3) Deliberation in an uptrend :

A deliberation structure is comprised of three Japanese candlesticks . All three are bullish (green). The first is a candlestick with a small body followed by a large full candlestick . Finally, the last candlestick also has a small body and forms a star.

4) Concealing Baby Swallow in an uptrend :

The Concealing Baby Swallow is a four-line candlestick pattern, which appears so rarely. Two Black Marubozu candles appearing one after the other are very uncommon situation on the candlestick charts what limits the appearance of this pattern.

Now Lets Talk about the Reliable Continuation Patterns :

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1) Bullish Separating Lines :

Bullish separating lines pattern is a two-candle bullish continuation candlestick pattern that comes up in the middle of a bullish trend . It indicates that the current bullish trend is about to continue after a temporary pullback.

2) Bearish Separating Lines :

The bearish separating line is known as a bearish continuation pattern. The first line is a white candle that comes up as a long line in a downtrend. The second line is made up of a black candle that comes up as a long line. Both bars will open at the same price, and then the prices are separating.

3) Bullish Matching High :

This pattern involves two or more matching highs. On a lower timeframe chart this pattern will look like a support or resistance being broken.

Breakouts are used by traders a trigger to enter the market with the momentum of the breakout signaling a new leg of a trend.

4) Bearish Matching Low :

This pattern involves two or more matching lows which if broken is a signal that there will be a resumption of the current trend.

5) Upside Tasuki Gap :

It is a bullish continuation candlestick pattern which is formed in an ongoing uptrend.

This candlestick pattern consists of three candles, the first candlestick is a long-bodied bullish candlestick , and the second candlestick is also a bullish candlestick formed after a gap up.

The third candlestick is a bearish candle that closes in the gap formed between these first two bullish candles.

6) Downside Tasuki Gap :

Downside Tasuki Gap is a bearish continuation pattern that forms in the middle of a downtrend. The first candle is bearish , and is followed by a negative gap and another bearish candle. The third candle is bullish and closes right in the gap between the first two bars.

And Last but not least The Weak Continuation Patterns :

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1) Advance Block :

The advance block is a three bar pattern. The pattern appears as a block of three white, rising candlesticks , each with a shorter body than the last.

The candles should not have overly long shadows as these can sometimes develop into other pattern types such shooting stars and hanging men.

2) Stick Sandwich :

The stick sandwich candlestick pattern can occur in both bull and bear markets. The stick sandwich candlestick pattern consists of three candlesticks , where one candlestick has an opposite colored candlestick on both sides. The closing prices of the two candlesticks that surround the opposite colored candlestick must be same.

3) Bullish Side by Side White Lines :

– It occurs during an Uptrend; confirmation is required by the candles that follow the Pattern.

– The First Candle is white.

– Then there is a Gap Up between the First and Second Candle.

– The Second and Third Candle are white, their Real Bodies have the same length; moreover they have the Open at the same level (More or less) and is above the Real Body of the First Candle.

4) Bearish Side by Side White Lines :

– It occurs during a Downtrend; confirmation is required by the candles that follow the Pattern.

– The First Candle is black.

– Then there is a Gap Down between the First and Second Candle.

– The Second and Third Candle are white, their Real Bodies have the same length; moreover they have the Open at the same level (More or less) and is below the Real Body of the First Candle.

5) Bullish On Neck Line:

The on neck candlestick is a continuation pattern. In an on neck pattern, the first candle is Bullish and the second one is Bearish . The first candle’s body is long while the second one is shorter. The second candle closes near the first one or close to the first candle. The pattern gets its name because at the point where the closing prices of the two are nearly the same or same, it forms a horizontal line which looks like a neck or a neckline.

6) Bearish On Neck line :

The on neck candlestick is a continuation pattern. In an on neck pattern, the first candle is bearish and the second one is bullish . The first candle’s body is long while the second one is shorter. The second candle closes near the first one or close to the first candle. The pattern gets its name because at the point where the closing prices of the two are nearly the same or same, it forms a horizontal line which looks like a neck or a neckline.

I hope that I was able to help you understand Continuation Patterns in Candlestick Charts better and if you have any more questions don’t hesitate to ask.

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