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Closing Marubozu In A Nutshell

What this means if that sellers are largely in control and if there were any pushes back to the upside, the market sold it right back to lower levels. This could happen for a variety of reasons and that is up to you to find out during your research. Knowing this pattern also works for the bulls in the market.

Candlestick patterns are wonderful ways to alert you to possible moves in the market you are focusing on. The closing maruboze is a candlestick that has a long body, typically a small upper wick but no lower wick. This indicates extreme selling pressures for the period the candlestick covers.

Closer Look at Closing Marubozu

This candlestick alone means little without the context of the market. First you need to identify the current overall trend of the market. Ensure it is going in a direction and see how this pattern fits in. Secondly, you have to look at the news because this sell off could have been from a news release. If the news was not concrete, it could just be an emotional play in the market. Lastly, it could simply be people taking profits off the table.

These patterns on the chart should be used as a trigger to research more into the stock and see if there is value in your entering the market. With that, be sure to read up on the pattern and understand how others have implemented it into the market. Macroaxis has a wonderful set of tools to use and implement in your future research.