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1/ How to read Candlestick:

Green/Blue candle indicates buyers candle & red candle indicates sellers candle
2/ 24 candlestick patterns explained here:

https://t.co/u0m4nxTeyP
3/ Price Action (PA) trading:

PA helps to predict market movements by spotting patterns or ‘signals’ in the price movements of an underlying market.

Learn different price action strategies here-

https://t.co/wNyFtnc6AI
4/ How to plot Support & Resistance:

https://t.co/emV0vByDIr
5/ 17 chart patterns that one should know:

https://t.co/tjHbq98ca8
6/ How to find perfect entries:

https://t.co/TTOZY94x06
7/ How to sell into strength/ when to nail down the profits:

https://t.co/KYadQVAtuy
8/ Few rules that you must maintain as prescribed by @markminervini GOAT:

https://t.co/lmkGr7ippG
9/ How to increase the returns without increasing the risk:

https://t.co/hb4g5TOcxY
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