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Thomas Bulkowski’s successful investment activities allowed him to retire at age 36. He is an internationally known author and trader with 30+ years of stock market experience and widely regarded as a leading expert on chart patterns. He may be reached at

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Market
Industrials (^DJI):
Transports (^DJT):
Utilities (^DJU):
Nasdaq (^IXIC):
S&P500 (^GSPC):
As of 04/21/2017
20,548 -30.95 -0.2%
9,134 7.68 0.1%
706 4.81 0.7%
5,911 -6.26 -0.1%
2,349 -7.15 -0.3%
YTD
4.0%
1.0%
7.0%
9.8%
4.9%
Tom's Targets    Overview: 04/17/2017
20,100 or 21,150 by 05/01/2017
8,500 or 9,500 by 05/01/2017
725 or 685 by 05/01/2017
5,950 or 5,650 by 05/01/2017
2,275 or 2,425 by 05/01/2017
Mutt Winners: None YTD

Written by and copyright © 2005-2017 by Thomas N. Bulkowski. All rights reserved. Disclaimer: You alone are responsible for your investment decisions. See Privacy/Disclaimer for more information.

The information on this page is derived from my book, Encyclopedia of Candlestick ChartsEncyclopedia of Candlestick Charts book., pictured on the right.

Once you click on a link, you will be taken to a page describing the candlestick. The glossary defines the terms used on the individual candlestick pages, but the black arrow on the figure shows which way price usually moves after the candlestick pattern ends.

Shown are small images of candlestick patterns, listed alphabetically, based on two candle lines.

-- Thomas Bulkowski

Image of a above the stomach candlestick
Above the Stomach
Image of a below the stomach candlestick
Below the Stomach
Image of a dark cloud cover candle pattern
Dark cloud cover
Image of a bearish doji star candle
Doji star, bearish
Image of a bullish doji star candle
Doji star, bullish
Image of a bearish engulfing candle
Engulfing, bearish
Image of a bullish engulfing candle
Engulfing, bullish
Image of an inverted hammer
Hammer, inverted
Image of a bearish harami candle
Harami, bearish
Image of a bullish harami candle
Harami, bullish
Image of a bearish harami cross candle
Harami cross, bearish
Image of a bullish harami cross candle
Harami cross, bullish
Image of a homing pigeon candle
Homing pigeon
Image of an in neck candle
In neck
Image of a bearish kicking candle
Kicking, bearish
Image of a bullish kicking candle
Kicking, bullish
Image of a last engulfing bottom candle
Last engulfing bottom
Image of a last engulfing top candle
Last engulfing top
Image of a matching low candle
Matching low
Image of a meeting lines bearish candle
Meeting lines, bearish
Image of a bullish meeting lines candle
Meeting lines, bullish
Image of a bearish on neck candle
On neck
Image of a piercing pattern candle
Piercing pattern
Image of a bearish separating lines candle
Separating lines, bearish
Image of a bullish separating lines candle
Separating lines, bullish
Image of a shooting star candle
Shooting star (2 lines)
Image of a thrusting candle
Thrusting
Image of a tweezers bottom candle
Tweezers Bottom
Image of a tweezers top candle
Tweezers top
Image of a two black gapping candles
Two black gapping
Image of a falling window candle
Window, falling
Image of a rising window candle
Window, rising
 
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