Part III

Making the Most of Complex Patterns

In this part . . .

Rome wasn’t built in a day, or even two, and many candlestick patterns share that construction schedule. Some of the most useful and interesting candlestick patterns take three days to form. I call these complex patterns, and I cover them throughout Part III with explanations of how you can spot the patterns and use them to inform your buying and selling decisions. To close the part, check out the explanations of a few technical indicators, which can complement your candlestick charts and enhance your results.

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