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#1
(ganda naman nitong market education na forum - i wish may ganun dati when I was just starting out so that i didn't have to go through a bazillion books to find answers (madalas mali pa!) to my stock market questions.

anyway, here's my contribution.

(sir Ollie, please edit nalang if the topic is too broad)

What are JAPANESE CANDLESTICKS? Why are they so popular, why are there red, black, white and green sticks? How do I read them?
buy high, sell higher!

stock market abbreviations (for newbies)
http://www.stockmarketpilipinas.com/post...g#pid11738

"when it comes to trading, i'm just barely smart enough to realize that i'm a total idiot. i might be considered stupid, but on the intelligence scale, it puts me comfortably ahead of all the dumber people who thinks they're better than me."


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#2
Candlestick are very useful if you wanted to analyze the current sentiment ng mga buyers and sellers on a particular stock. Best partner nito is ang volume indicator. No need to check if sino mga top buyers and sellers on a particular stock. We don't need to even care what the foreign brokers are buying and selling. Candles and volume alone is enough. That's the beauty and power of candlestick patterns when combine with volume.

Since mahabang topic ito. I can't discuss it all here. Check mo nalang itong site na ito to learn more info about it.

http://stockcharts.com/school/doku.php?i...on_to_cand
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#3
...wow si bos edmund napipilitan sumagut sa mga newbies hehe Big Grin napadaan lang ako...busy pa rin ang weekend ko kaya hindi ako makasagut din Big Grin +1 sa rep ni bos edmund hehehe


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#4
hehe. Nagkataon lang na alam ko yun sagot. Been busy lately din kaya hindi ako masyado nakakapagpost sa forum.
My own personal blog:
Stocks: PhilStockAnalysis
Forex: PAWaver

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#5
Japanese candlesticks have been invented during the 1500s to predict the price movement of a key commodity --- rice. You could just imagine and be amazed at how it withstood the test of time and evolved to its present form--- one of the backbone for technical analysis in the stockmarket.
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#6
nice reply sirs! plus reputation to all Big Grin
buy high, sell higher!

stock market abbreviations (for newbies)
http://www.stockmarketpilipinas.com/post...g#pid11738

"when it comes to trading, i'm just barely smart enough to realize that i'm a total idiot. i might be considered stupid, but on the intelligence scale, it puts me comfortably ahead of all the dumber people who thinks they're better than me."


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#7
Nagsimula sa bigas trading ang jap candles. In addition sa candila, diyan din ang simula ng commodity futures.

Eto contri ko sa subject na ito.

http://pseharmonics.wordpress.com/japane...dlesticks/

Di pa tapos, tatapusin ko pa at ipopolish. May mga exotic candlesticks ako na sinama. = )
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#8
posted on your blog sir GBK!
buy high, sell higher!

stock market abbreviations (for newbies)
http://www.stockmarketpilipinas.com/post...g#pid11738

"when it comes to trading, i'm just barely smart enough to realize that i'm a total idiot. i might be considered stupid, but on the intelligence scale, it puts me comfortably ahead of all the dumber people who thinks they're better than me."


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#9
Will try to finish that candlestick guide this weekend. = )
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