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[QUOTE]Originally posted by T e x: [QB] note to self: [QUOTE]As with any subjective form of technical analysis, there are, at times, variable definitions which will be defined according to the users' experience and background. This is true of some candlestick patterns. Depending on my source of information, these were instances in which I came across different, albeit usually minor, definitions of what constitutes a certain pattern. For example, one Japanese author writes that the open has to be above the prior close in order to complete a dark-cloud cover pattern (see Chapter 4). Other written and oral sources say that, for this pattern, the open should be above the prior high. In cases where there were different definitions, I chose the rules that increased the probability that the pattern's forecast would be correct. For example, the pattern referred to in the prior paragraph is a reversal signal that appears at tops. Thus, I chose the definition that the market has to open above the prior day's high. It is more bearish if the market opens above the prior day's high and then fails, then it would be if the market just opens above the prior day's close and then failed. [/QUOTE]from: http://stockedu.info/education/Candlestick_Charting.pdf [/QB][/QUOTE]
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