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Candlestick Patterns

Many traders use Candlestick chart patterns to find trade setups. These pages highlight ETFs with the best candlestick patterns for you to screen, or view using Flipcharts.
Thu, Sep 23rd, 2021
Pattern # ETFs Description
Doji 49 ETFs One candle, where the opening and closing prices for today are the same.
Doji Yesterday 63 ETFs One candle, where the opening and closing prices for yesterday were the same.
Doji and Near Doji 83 ETFs One candle, where the opening and closing prices for today are nearly the same.
Bullish Engulfing 11 ETFs This signal is a strong reversal signal when it appears at the bottom.
Bearish Engulfing 17 ETFs This signal is a strong reversal signal when it appears at the top.
Hammer 6 ETFs Hammers occur in a downtrend and are considered bullish signals.
Inverted Hammer 11 ETFs A red or a green candlestick found at the bottom of a downtrend.
Hanging Man 203 ETFs This signal occurs in an uptrend and is considered a bearish pattern.
Piercing Line 0 ETFs A two-candle reversal signal formation that indicates a bullish pattern when it appears at bottom.
Dark Cloud 2 ETFs The dark cloud cover is a bearish reversal pattern that occurs during an uptrend.
Bullish Harami 8 ETFs Indicates that the market is at a point of indecision and a trend change, or a reversal, is possible.
Bearish Harami 7 ETFs Indicates that the market is at a point of indecision and a trend change, or a reversal, is possible.
Morning Star 6 ETFs The morning star pattern is a signal of a potential bottom in the market.
Evening Star 0 ETFs The evening star pattern is a signal of a potential top in the market.
Bullish Kicker 16 ETFs A two candle signal, indicating a radical change in investor sentiment towards the bullish side.
Bearish Kicker 20 ETFs A two candle signal, indicating a radical change in investor sentiment towards the bearish side.
Shooting Star 6 ETFs The shooting star is a bearish signal that occurs at short-term tops in the market.
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