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If you did, stop reading right now and go through the entire Japanese Candlesticks Lesson first!

If you’re REALLY done with those, here’s quick one-page reference cheat sheet for single, dual, and triple Japanese candlestick formations

This cheat sheet will help you to easily identify what kind of candlestick pattern you are looking at whenever you are trading.

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Number of Bars Candlestick Name Bullish or Bearish? What It Looks Like?
Single Spinning Top Neutral Candlestick Pattern: Spinning Tops
Doji Neutral Candlestick Pattern: Dojis
White Marubozu Bullish Candlestick Pattern: White Marubozu
Black Marubozu Bearish Candlestick Pattern: Black Marubozu
Hammer Bullish Candlestick Pattern: Hammer
Hanging Man Bearish Candlestick Pattern: Hanging Man
Inverted Hammer Bullish Candlestick Pattern: Inverted Hammer
Shooting Star Bearish Candlestick Pattern: Shooting Star
Number of Bars Candlestick Name Bullish or Bearish? What it Looks Like?
Double Bullish Engulfing Bullish Dual Candlestick Pattern: Bullish Engulfing
Bearish Engulfing Bearish Dual Candlestick Pattern: Bearish Engulfing
Tweezer Tops Bearish Dual Candlestick Pattern: Tweezer Tops
Tweezer Bottoms Bullish Dual Candlestick Pattern: Tweezer Bottoms
Triple Morning Star Bullish Triple Candlestick Pattern: Morning Star
Evening Star Bearish Triple Candlestick Pattern: Evening Star
Three White Soldiers Bullish Triple Candlestick Pattern: Three White Soldiers
Three Black Crows Bearish Triple Candlestick Pattern: Three Black Crows
Three Inside Up Bullish Triple Candlestick Pattern: Three Inside Up
Three Inside Down Bearish Triple Candlestick Pattern: Three Inside Down