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Japanese Candlestick Pattern with Harmonic Pattern

Japanese candlestick pattern can be a great supplementary tool when you trade with Harmonic Pattern. Reversal candlestick patterns can predict a change in price direction. Continuation candlestick patterns can predict an extension in the current price direction. Japanese candlestick pattern provides visual insight for buying and selling momentum of the current market. Then Harmonic Pattern helps you to identify the location of the potential turning point in your chart. Hence, combining both of them can increase the success rate of your trading.

Harmonic Pattern Plus is the powerful harmonic pattern indicator with the capability to detect Japanese Candlestick Patterns together. Properly used, this tool can yield excellent trading results. One of the trading system built inside Harmonic Pattern Plus is the Japanese Candlestick Pattern as well as Harmonic Pattern.  Japanese Candlestick Pattern can provide both entry and exit signal for traders. Hence, many traders use them as the secondary confirmation techniques.

In the trading community, Japanese candlestick patterns were the favorite trading tool of many traders. Hence, Harmonic Pattern Plus provides you the opportunity to combine the Japanese candlestick pattern with Harmonic Pattern Trading setup. Harmonic Pattern Plus can detect 52 different Japanese candlestick patterns. These Japanese candlestick patterns include “Hammer”, “Doji Star”, “Harami”, “Inverted Hammer”, “Break away” and so on. They are categorized under five categories including one, two, three, four and five candlestick patterns in Harmonic Pattern Plus.

To use Japanese candlestick patterns, you have to enable the candlestick pattern from Harmonic Pattern Plus. See the attached screenshot firstly. You can enable this function from the inputs tab in your MetaTrader after the Harmonic Pattern Plus is attached to any of your chart. Then you can switch on and off the individual category of patterns according to your preferences. For example, you can only use two or three candlestick patterns if you wish. From our observation, the Japanese candlestick patterns made up from two or three bars are more accurate than the Japanese candlestick pattern made up from one bar.  Since you can check the historical pattern, you should be able to test your strategy with these Japanese candlestick patterns if you wish. In addition, you can also receive sound alert, email and push notification when new Japanese candlestick patterns are detected.

Although the Harmonic Pattern Plus is the repainting indicator, it is still at the affordable price with tons of powerful features for Forex trading. At the same time, it is non lagging indicator too. If you do not mind the repainting, then you can choose the Harmonic Pattern Plus. You will find the many additional features inside Harmonic Pattern Plus beside the Harmonic Pattern and Japanese Candlestick Pattern detection. For example, pattern completion interval can be used for the trading risk management and automatic channel can be used to find better reversal and trend following opportunity and many more. We hope this short article was helpful for you to understand how to unlock the Japanese Candlestick patterns from Harmonic Pattern Plus. We wish you the best trading experience in Forex market.

Below is the landing page for Harmonic Pattern Plus with Japanese Candlestick Pattern Features.




If you must use non repainting and non lagging Harmonic Pattern Indicator, then you can also use X3 Chart Pattern Scanner. X3 Chart Pattern Scanner also provides Japanese Candlestick Pattern and Harmonic Pattern. In addition, you have the possibility to use Elliott Wave Pattern and other Chart Patterns. X3 Chart Pattern Scanner can cost more, due to its unique features.




YouTube About Japanese Candlestick Pattern with Harmonic Pattern

YouTube Link: https://youtu.be/YnMJyXZvjFM


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