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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.

Most of 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 a three candle lines.

-- Thomas Bulkowski

Image of a bearish abandoned baby candlestick
Abandoned baby, bearish
Image of a bullish abandoned baby candlestick
Abandoned baby, bullish
Image of a advance block candle pattern
Advance block
Image of a deliberation candle
Deliberation
Image of a collapsing doji star candle
Doji star, collapsing
Image of a downside gap three methods candle
Downside gap three methods
Image of a downside Tasuki gap candle
Downside Tasuki Gap
Image of an evening doji star candle
Evening doji star
Image of an evening star candle
Evening star
Image of a bearish hikkake
Hikkake, bearish
Image of a bullish hikkake
Hikkake, bullish
Image of a identical three crows candle
Identical three crows
Image of a morning doji star candle
Morning doji star
Image of a morning star candle
Morning star
Image of a bearish side by side white lines candle
Side by side white lines, bearish
Image of bullish side by side white lines candle
Side by side white lines, bullish
Image of a stick sandwich candle
Stick sandwich
Image of a three black crows candle
Three black crows
Image of a three inside down candle
Three inside down
Image of a three inside up candle
Three inside up
Image of a three outside down candle
Three outside down
Image of a three outside up candle
Three outside up
Image of a three stars in the south candle
Three stars in the South
Image of a three white soldiers
Three white soldiers
Image of a bearish tri star candle
Tri-star, bearish
Image of a bullish tri star candle
Tri-star, bullish
Image of a two crows candle
Two crows
Image of a unique three river bottom candle
Unique three-river bottom
Image of a upside gap three methods candle
Upside gap three methods
Image of an upside gap two crows candle
Upside gap two crows
Image of a upside Tasuki gap candle
Upside Tasuki gap
 
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