Bearish is a term used in trading to define markets losing value on i.e. the exchanges.

Trading with Multiple Techniques: Candlesticks with Oscillators

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Oscillators in technical analysis include tools as the relative strength index, stochastics, and momentum The Relative Strength Index (RSI) compares price advances to price declines The RSI is a comparison of the relative strength of price advances to price declines over a specified time period. The most popular periods used are 9 and 14 days. […]

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Continuation Patterns in Western Technical Analysis

Continuation patterns take a shorter time to build Many continuation patterns imply a time of rest before the market resumes its prior trend. In other words, these patterns indicate that the sideways price movement on the chart is just a pause in the prior trend and the next movement will be the continuation of the […]

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Japanese Candlestick Charting – Stars as Reversal Patterns

Stars form another group of significant reversal patterns A star is a small real body that gaps away from the preceding large real body. It is still considered a star as long as the star‘s real body does not overlap the prior real body. The color of the star is unimportant. They can occur at […]

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