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By Nathan Young

July 25, 2017

Many candlestick patters are out there to help investors and traders find the next trend, and two crows is just that. The pattern is made up of three candles with a bullish trend preceding, and the setup may indicate a bearish reversal.

Two Crows

In order to find the setup, first begin looking for a bullish trend. Once you establish a bullish trend, the first candle must be a bullish candle with a large body. After that, the second candle will be a gap to the upside, but the body of the candle will be bearish, closing above the candle before it. Lastly, the third candle must be a bearish candle with a longer body and breaking the highs of the first candle.




Just like any candlestick pattern, these are not certain indications of what the market will do, but rather a notice that you may want to watch the market. When looking at candlestick patterns, be sure to keep other areas of the market in mind.

First, you want to keep volume in mind because if these candles are forming on unusual volume, it could be an indication of something larger in play.  Secondly, you want to take a look at the fundamental health of the company because the price may or may not be reacting to something fundamentally wrong with the company.

Be sure to test this out on a demo account and get the hang of what you are looking for. There is information all over the Internet and here at Macroaxis. If you have any questions, reach out to an investing and trading community as they can give you real time feedback from people who are active in the market.

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