1. The engulf candle rises at support

The key point of this pattern is not the bullish engulfing candlestick pattern, but its position. Ideally, this pattern should appear at strong support or slightly below support. This is one of the strongest patterns that started the strongest long wave in the market.

For example:

Strong support was created from the previous important bottom, we saw price penetrated this area but bounced back up and formed a bullish engulfing candle. This has both the power of the submerged candle and the bounce of a false break - a false break, creating a very large upside wave.

2. The engulf candle is bearish at resistance

Similar to a bullish engulfing candle at support, we have the opposite pattern of a bearish engulfing candle at resistance, which is usually the beginning of a strong bearish wave.

Forget about engulf candles, it is a cluster of 2 candles in which the following candle has a close and open price covering the entire body of the previous candle, and must be of a different color. This pattern shows a strong reversal of the market, causing the candle behind to "engulf" the entire body of the front candle.

A bearish engulfing candlestick pattern at resistance can be exactly located at resistance or move up a bit.

For example:

We see two bearish engulfing clusters at the resistance, starting a long downtrend.

3. Inside bar in trend

This is a very strong trend continuation pattern and is the preferred model for many professional price action traders for two reasons: its extremely high probability of winning, and its ability to bring big profits with nothing tight stopgap.

The inside bar is a cluster of 2 candles in which the 2 candles is completely surrounded by the previous candle, therefore called the inside bar, and the front candle is called the mother bar. We enter an order at the close of candlestick 2, stop loss at the bottom of candle 1. The stop loss is very tight and offers an extremely high potential for profit.

For example:

The inside bar's market context condition is that strong trends exist. In this example, the return is 12 times the risk, which is terrible.

4. Pin bar in the area of supply and demand

The pin bar is a single candle with a long tail, small real body and is located completely on one side of the candle. We need this model to be located in the strong supply and demand zone.

For example: