Stock Market Learning : Doji

As newbie in stock market, I’ve learn many thing especially on technical analysis. The best part of tech analysis is reading the chart of stock market.
There’s many term on the trade market that we need to know. In this article I’ll share one pattern that could bring signal for us whether to buy , hold or sell the stock.
The pattern called doji. If you don’t know about candlesticks graph, maybe it is hard to understand but for those have CDS account you need to learn about it.

The doji is a commonly found pattern in a candlestick chart of financially traded assets (stocks, bonds, futures, etc.) in technical analysis. It is characterized by being small in length—meaning a small trading range—with an opening and closing price that are virtually equal.[1]

The doji represents indecision in the market. A doji is not as significant if the market is not clearly trending, as non-trending markets are inherently indicative of indecision. If the doji forms in an uptrend or downtrend, this is normally seen as significant, as it is a signal that the buyers are losing conviction when formed in an uptrend and a signal that sellers are losing conviction if seen in a downtrend.

There are two popular doji such as :-

Dragonfly Doji
The Dragonfly Doji is typically interpreted as a bullish reversal candlestick pattern that mainly occurs at the bottom of downtrends.The Dragonfly Doji is created when the open, high, and close are the same or about the same price (Where the open, high, and close are exactly the same price is quite rare). The most important part of the Dragonfly Doji is the long lower shadow.

The long lower shadow implies that the market tested to find where demand was located and found it. Bears were able to press prices downward, but an area of support was found at the low of the day and buying pressure was able to push prices back up to the opening price. Thus, the bearish advance downward was entirely rejected by the bulls.

Gravestone Doji
The Gravestone Doji is viewed as a bearish reversal candlestick pattern that mainly occurs at the top of uptrends.
The Gravestone Doji is created when the open, low, and close are the same or about the same price (Where the open, low, and close are exactly the same price is quite rare). The most important part of the Graveston Doji is the long upper shadow.

The long upper shadow is generally interpreted by technicians as meaning that the market is testing to find where supply and potential resistance is located.

The construction of the Gravestone Doji pattern occurs when bulls are able to press prices upward.

However, an area of resistance is found at the high of the day and selling pressure is able to push prices back down to the opening price. Therefore, the bullish advance upward was entirely rejected by the bears.

Source :-OnlineTradingConcepts.com

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