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    5 Things You Must Know

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    the corect is : Using Candlestick Patterns In A Range Bound And Trending Markets



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    In a range bound market - meaning a market that does not possess a clear directional trend, but rather moves back and forth between support and resistance - traders are essentially looking to short at the top of the range, and buy at the bottom of the range. It is worth noting that this strategy often results in limited profits, as it does not seem to rely on identifying a trend. Nevertheless it can be useful in capturing many small moves for the trader who can maintain discipline and self-control while trading this strategy.

    Traders should start by identifying a range bound market.


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    Once the market is identified to be range bound, traders should look for oscillators suggesting overbought/oversold levels at support and/or resistance.

    Traders should then look for a candlestick pattern that also suggests a reversal at the top/bottom of the market's range. When this has been identified, traders can enter once the reversal is confirmed



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    Using Candlestick Patterns in Trending Markets

    Using candlestick patterns to trade trending markets can be an extremely useful tool to profit from exchange rate movement. The process is simple:

    Identify the overall trend

    Look for a retracement

    Look for a candlestick pattern to confirm a reversal at the retracement level






    The candlestick pattern serves to confirm the fact that the market is acknowledging the importance of the retracement level. Traders should look to enter the position just outside of the reversal candle's range. At that point, there is sufficient reason to believe that the retracement is over and that the primary trend is ready to resume.

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