The Secret Code of Japanese Candlesticks
The Secret Code of Japanese Candlesticks - Felipe Tudela.
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Would you like to acquire a powerful trading tool that is efficient and precise? Such a tool exists. It is the foundation to ‘Japanese candlesticks.’ This book is about them. You are about to discover the truth about Japanese candlesticks. It is a truth that no one has ever explained before! Japanese candlesticks are fashionable. Their exotic nature attracts the public to them and they are surrounded by an aura of arcane science and seem inaccessible to the uninitiated. They have a magic of their own – the magic of an ancient civilization – and also have strange-sounding names – Dojo, Marubozu, etc. However, they do not work efficiently, except for a very small number of traders. The reason for this is that few people today are willing to study a trading method until they master it. Candlesticks are also difficult to handle, given the diversity of their patterns. Most important is the fact that Japanese candlesticks have a unique master key that must be understood in order to make them work. We are going to explain this key and illustrate it with practical examples. It will change your way of looking at candlesticks and at markets
The Truth about Japanese Candlesticks
The Spirit of Sokyu Honma’s Method: The Master and the Disciple
The Samni No Den of the Market: The Subjective Part of the Method
The Five Sakata Methods: The Objective Part of the Method
Trading with Sokyu Honma’s Method
Japanese Candlesticks: A Precision Tool within the Market’s Great Cycle
Algorithm in Tabular Format for the Five Sakata Methods within Sokyu Honma’s ‘Great Cycle’
Thirty-seven Applications Involving Indexes, Stocks, and Futures
Back to the Samni No Den
Learning to Analyze the Markets from a Trader’s Viewpoint
Your Magic Talisman
Before Taking a Position Think!
How to Exit a Trade
How to Manage Your Risk
All You Will Ever Need to Know about Stops
Putting It All Together in a Simple but Winning Approach
Some Thoughts about Trading Philosophy