Hanging man and Hammer candlesticks are Japanese candlesticks that indicate trend reversal patterns. It's the nature of the trend in which Hammer and hanging man candlestick patterns appear that differs.
Playlist - Candlestick Patterns
Steve Nison candlestick course #2 Ultimate Classic Video
Discover how to read candlestick chart patterns correctly from Steve Nison to introduce candlestick charting to the Western world.
Steve Nison Candlestick Course 3 Candlestick Charting Techniques
Steve Nison's candlestick course 3 is the acknowledged authority on Japanese candle charting in the west. | Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques | Remastered Video
Steve Nison Candlestick Pattern 1
From the first Westerner to introduce the concept of candlestick charting, you'll learn how to read candlestick chart patterns correctly.
Steve Nison Candlestick Pattern – Double Bottom and Double Top
In part of his technical analysis, Steve Nison explores how double top and double bottom can be used to determine entry and exit points for a trade.
Candlestick Pattern for Beginners
In this video, Rayer Teo explains the three types of doji, which are dragonfly doji, gravestone doji, and long leg doji in candlestick pattern for beginners.
Support and Resistance Trading Strategy Candlestick Pattern for Beginners Part 4
This video will teach you everything you need to know about the support and resistance trading strategy. Some of my most profitable trading opportunities have come from...
Candlestick Pattern for Beginners Part 14
In this video, Steve Nison explains the evening star vs island top candlestick pattern in this series Candlestick Pattern for Beginners Part 14.
Candlestrick Pattern for Beginners Part 5 Every Trader Should Know
In this presentation, he will explain how to use these charts in practice and what they mean for your trading strategy.
Hammer Candlestick Pattern Analysis for Beginners Part 6
Hammer is a price trend reversal pattern found on Japanese candlestick charts. This occurs when the closing price of a security is substantially lower than the opening...