Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques: A Contemporary Guide to the Ancient Investment Techniques of the Far East

June 22, 2015 - Comment

Traditional Western methods for chart analysis (the basis of all technical analyses) use bar or points and figure charts. Yet over 100 years before these methods originated, the Japanese were using their own style of technical analysis for use in the rice futures market. This technique – known as the Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques because

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Traditional Western methods for chart analysis (the basis of all technical analyses) use bar or points and figure charts. Yet over 100 years before these methods originated, the Japanese were using their own style of technical analysis for use in the rice futures market. This technique – known as the Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques because of its close resemblance to candlesticks – has recently been attracting attention because it provides unique insights into the market. This work features over 300 charts that use candlesticks alone and in conjunction with Western charting techniques, and explains their use.

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Oavde "oavde" says:

The best for Candlesticks – the BEST and I know I have a few books on candlesticks. I bought others which were cheaper, even though many reviews pointed towards Nisons’ work. Note that in Australia, we are talking about $35 (other books) compared to $150 (Nison’s book) … so anyway, after buying many others, and looking all over the ‘net for info. on Candlesticks, I ran into Nisons’ book in a shop, looked through it and had to have it. 

Anonymous says:

Excellent resource for understanding candlestick charts. If you have heard of candlesticks but know nothing about them, look no further, this is THE book for you. In beautiful form and style, Steve Nison brings you into the world of Japanese candlestick charts and patterns. First giving you a fascinating history of the birth of the futures markets in Japan. Armed with that knowledge, Mr. Nison delves into the “psychology” behind the patterns that develope in the chart. He provides a thorough explaination of each pattern, down to it’s…

Anonymous says:

Do not use it alone I came across this book in 1998, read it reread it and memorized all the patterns. THe patterns are interesting and have meaningful names. 

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