Southern Doji Candlestick Patterns
Southern Doji candlestick patterns are very strong bullish reversal candlestick patterns. Let me repeat it one more time for emphasis - Southern Doji candlestick patterns are very strong bullish reversal candlestick patterns.
A Southern Doji candlestick pattern is the general terminology used for any type of Doji candlestick pattern that develops at the bottom of a downtrend (hence the "Southern" reference).
Types of Doji candlestick patterns that are classified as Southern Doji candlestick patterns are:
- Abandoned Baby Bottoms
- Inverted Hammers
- Long-Legged Doji
- Morning Doji Stars
While Southern Doji candlestick patterns can take many shapes and forms, all Southern Doji candlestick patterns do have at least 2 things in common - all Southern Doji candlesticks develop at the bottom of established downtrends (hence the "Southern" reference) and all are considered bullish reversal candlestick patterns.
Each of the above illustrated Southern Doji candlestick patterns have their own very specific requirements.
Therefore refer to each Southern Doji candlestick's webpage for its detailed, individual requirements.
Characteristics & Observations
Listed below are some of the other characteristics for Southern Doji candlestick patterns, as well as some of my personal observations......
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