Our free candlesticks charts e-book walks you through step by step on how to trade the most popular patterns with proper entries and stop levels. We've also included our custom-made desktop backgrounds.

Free Candlesticks Charts E-Book

Learning how to read candlesticks charts allows traders to gauge the emotions of traders all over the world. Therefore, the importance of learning how to read candle charts can’t be stressed enough. As a result, the Bullish Bears Team felt it was necessary to create a Candlesticks Charts E-Book and two free candlesticks courses. 

We created custom-made desktop wallpaper backgrounds that we've included for you as well and hope that you enjoy them! Register below and receive your free e-book, wallpapers and gain access to our 2 candlesticks courses.

  • Learn About the Most Popular Patterns
  • Find Out How to Trade Reversals
  • The "Magic Eye" Will Help You
  • Why Traders Pay Attention to Candles
  • Find Out When to Enter & Exit Trades
  • Free E-Book & Wallpaper Backgrounds

How Do You Read Candlesticks Charts for Beginners?

  1. Our free e-book and courses will teach you how to read candlesticks chart for beginners but here are some tips:
  2. Understand the differences between bullish candlesticks and bearish candlesticks (bullish = long) (bearish = short)
  3. Learn how to draw horizontal support and resistance levels as well as trend lines, which are formed on candlesticks charts
  4. Learn all of the major patterns but focus in on the simple ones like bull flags, bear flags, doji's, and spinning tops
  5. Develop a trading strategy based on the patterns that you feel most comfortable trading
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Missing Puzzle

Have you ever been looking at how to read candlestick charts and felt like there was a piece of the “trading puzzle” missing? Stock training isn’t easy, however, there are some important things you can learn to make it less complicated.

In fact, patterns are the first line of defense in trading. Without them, moving average lines, RSI and MACD wouldn’t mean anything. Therefore, you MUST learn how to read candlesticks charts first! Read More

Support & Resistance

Patterns and candlesticks charts form key support and resistance levels. Furthermore, these levels are so important to know to manage profit and loss, entries and exits in trading.  How can you buy low and sell high without knowing where the highs and lows are, and where support and resistance is?

In fact, most new traders don’t know where to buy or sell and end up buying and selling at the wrong time. If this is you, then it’s time to stop this cycle! What’s used to form support and resistance? The real bodies and wicks of candlesticks as well as patterns. As a result, with our eBook you’re able to learn how to read candlestick charts and pattern meanings; as well as entries and exits, including stop areas. 

Takes Time to Learn

Wouldn’t it be nice if learning how to read candlesticks charts was quick and easy? Well, unfortunately it isn’t. However, we’ve made it as easy as possible to learn. Regardless, it’s not an exaggeration to say you need to spend many hours studying!

Therefore, our candlestick charts eBook is a tool for that purpose.  It’s written in a way that’s simple and easy to understand. In fact, reading the candlestick charts eBook helps equip you to become a good trader.

Did you know that 90% of traders give up and quit? Why is that? They didn’t take the time to study. They didn’t learn to crawl before they walked, or ran.

We recommend using our ebook in conjunction with free courses. Our ebook and wallpapers will help bring to life what you learn in our courses. We do our best to make the process of how to read candle charts as easy as possible.

How Many Types of Candlesticks Patterns Are There?

  1. There are a lot of different types of candlesticks patterns out there but here are some of the most popular:
  2. Bullish candlesticks: when price closes above open
  3. Bearish candlesticks: when the close is lower than the open
  4. Head and shoulders pattern: picture a peak in the center forming the head and then a peak on each side forming shoulders
  5. Ascending triangle: higher lows being formed with a flat top resistance area
  6. Bull flag: price action forms a flag pole up followed by small candlestick consolidation downwards
  7. Bear flag: price action forms a flag pole down followed by small candlestick consolidation upwards
  8. Doji: looks like a plus sign and forms during consolidation
  9. Spinning Top: similar to doji but thicker body
  10. Cup and handle: u pattern with diagonal consolidation downwards
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What Candlestick Chart Pattern Is Most Reliable for Intraday Trading?

  • Bull flags are the most reliable candlestick chart pattern for intraday trading when going long. Bear flags are the most reliable when going short. Doji's, spinning tops, hammers, and inverted hammers are very reliable reversal patterns.

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Candlesticks Charts E-Book