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(Simulive) Intermediate Series - Basics of Japanese Candlesticks

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(This is a simulive session, where a pre-recorded webinar is supported by live Q&A over chat)

Japanese Candlesticks are undisputedly the most popular method of representing prices on technical charts. Developed in late 1800s, they visually give traders the psychological picture of the constant tussle between the bull and the bears.

Join Terence as we go back to basics on how candlesticks are interpreted by traders from all skills levels, and how we can utilize candlesticks to prepare our market positioning more effectively for the next potential moves.

- Japanese Candlesticks, what are these?

- Fundamentals of reading potential bullish & bearish signs early

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The head office in London was established in 1974, and we aim to become the default choice for active traders globally. It is an award-winning multi-platform trading company, the world’s No.1 provider of CFDs* and a global leader in forex.

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