The one day Bullish Reversal pattern Dragonfly Doji is a rare candlestick pattern that occurs at the bottom of a downtrend. It is very similar to the Bullish Hammer Pattern, except on a Dragonfly Doji the opening and closing prices are nearly identical with no body.
The Bullish Dragonfly Doji is considered to be more reliable than a Bullish Hammer and tends to be a stronger bullish signal. The pattern is considered most reliable after an established bearish trend.
The Bullish Engulfing pattern is a two day bullish pattern that forms when a small black candlestick is followed by a large white candlestick that completely eclipses or "engulfs" the previous day's candlestick. This trend suggests the bulls have taken control of a security's price movement from the bears.
The Bearish brother of this pattern is the Bearish Engulfing pattern.
The word marubozu means “bald head” in Japanese, and this is reflected in the candlestick’s lack of wicks. When the open price of a stock = day low, and close price = day high, we have the bullish or White Marubozu. A White Marubozu is a one day bullish indicator that moves upward and is considered very bullish. If a White Marubozu occurs at the end of an uptrend, a continuation is likely. If a White Marubozu occurs at the end of a downtrend, a reversal is likely.
(A small amount of flexibility is allowed in the definition of the white marubozu, when the open is almost equal to the low, and close is almost equal to the high)
A Bullish Kicking/Kicker pattern is a two day bullish reversal pattern consisting of a black Marubozu followed by a white Marubozu. After the black Marubozu, the market opens above the prior session’s opening, forming a gap between the two candlesticks. This candlestick pattern is considered to be one of the most reliable reversal patterns.
Morning Star is a three day bullish reversal pattern consisting of three candlesticks - a long-bodied black candle extending the current downtrend, a short middle candle that gapped down on the open, and a long-bodied white candle that gapped up on the open and closed above the midpoint of the body of the first day.
A Bearish Engulfing pattern is a two day bearish reversal pattern that consists of a small white candlestick with short shadows or tails followed by a large black candlestick that eclipses or "engulfs" the small white one. A bearish engulfing pattern is usually seen at the end of an upward trend. The bullish brother of this is the Bullish Engulfing.
The Good Aggregate Candlestick Strength Screener looks at the total of (bullish candlestick indicators - bearish candlestick indicators) for a stock, giving it a total positive or negative value. The higher the positive number, the more bullish patterns the stock is seeing. The lower the negative number, the more bearish patterns the stock is seeing.
The word marubozu means “bald head” in Japanese, and this is reflected in the candlestick’s lack of wicks. The Black Marubozu is a one day bearish pattern. Here the open is equal to the day high and the close is equal to the day low.
It is a long black (down, or red on the charts) candle, with little to zero upper or lower shadows. The pattern shows that sellers controlled the trading day from open to close.