The Doji candlestick pattern has a single candle. There are four types of Doji candlestick patterns:. Don't miss the next report. Receive e-mail alerts for new research on AFH. You are now receiving e-mail alerts for new research.
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A Neutral Doji is a small candlestick pattern. A Long-Legged Doji is a long candlestick pattern. This pattern forms when supply and demand forces are at equilibrium.
This pattern forms at the bottom of a downtrend. This pattern forms at the peak of an uptrend. The Doji patterns are used to identify trends.
The patterns are used as entry and exit points. When the Doji pattern forms at the support level, it can be used as an entry point. When the Doji pattern forms at a resistance level, it can be used as an exit point. Welcome to Market Realist Thank you for registering. Please select a profession that best describes you: Individual Investor Business Executive Wirehouse.
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