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Mckronnie Malhin
Mckronnie Malhin 2013.12.22 05:48 
thank you...
Sergey Golubev
Sergey Golubev 2013.12.22 06:52  

I did not find the indicator but ... most good indicator for inside the bar is the price itself :

"an inside bar is completely contained within the range of the previous bar"

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Libraries: MQL5 Wizard - Candlestick Patterns Class

newdigital, 2013.11.23 06:01

Three Outside Up (based on Candle Patterns for Forex Price Reversals article)

Talking Points

  • Candlestick analysis can be used to spot market reversals and resumptions of trends.
  • The bullish engulfing pattern can spotted inside the Three Outside Up pattern.
  • Candles can be used as a confirmation tool, and used for Forex entries

Understanding candlestick charts and their patterns allow traders to work price action into an existing Forex trading strategy. Normally candle patterns such as the Bullish Three Outside Up can be used to confirm a change of trend, or even validate a market entry. With this idea in mind we will focus on recognizing and trading one of the markets most clear candle patterns.

The Three Outside Up

A Three Outside Up candle pattern may sound complicated at first, but it is actually a derivation of the bullish engulfing pattern. Pictured above we can see the Three Outside Up pattern is comprised of three individual candles. The first candle should close down and will depict the end of a currency pair’scurrentweakness. This first candle can close with a variety of body and wick sizes and can vary from chart to chart.While it is notdirectly related to the next engulfing pattern, this candle should denote the end of the markets current decline.

The second and third candles in the pattern are arguably the most important. As seen above, the second candle is expected to engulf the first with a large blue candle. This large bullish engulfing candle signifies new strength in the market as price attempts to break to higher highs. To be considered a complete bullish engulfing candle price of the second candle should close well above the high of the first candle. Lastly, candle number three is used to validate the current change in market direction. This candle should open immediately higher, creating as small a wick to the downside as possible. Upon closing above candle two, candle three will validate the new bullish market bias.

Uses in Trading

Above we can see the Bullish Three Outside Up in action on the GBPUSD currency pair. The daily graph has been in a long standing established uptrend, but notice there has been dips along the way. There have been three candle patterns, which have been highlighted in the chart, showing prices return back in the direction of the trend. The last of which signaled the August 2013 bottom for the pair, before rallying as much as 1158. So how can this be worked into a trading plan?

Traders looking to take advantage of the Bullish Three Outside Down pattern can add it into any existing trending market plan.

Simon Gniadkowski
Simon Gniadkowski 2013.12.22 11:33  
thank you...
How do you define the term "inside bar" ?
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