There are many types of candles you will come across while trading on the Binomo platform. It is a good idea to get to know them and they can simplify your work. They create specific patterns that will help you to discover the best trade entry points.
Pin bar candles characteristic
The candles that are called pin bars are characterised by an extremely small body and a long shadow on one side. On the other end, there may be a short wick or no wick at all. The long shadow may point upwards or downwards and it depends on price fluctuations on the market.
How to read pin bars on Binomo
The pin bars develop at the top of the uptrend or the bottom of the downtrend. Their appearance forecast the change in the trend direction.
During the uptrend, the pin bar on the top will have the long wick pointed up. It is called the bearish pin bar. The trend will soon reverse and move downwards.
During the downtrend, the long shadow of the pin bar is pointed down. The pin bar is known as the bullish one. The uptrend is imminent.
A perfect pin bar
There is a kind of pin bar that is considered to be perfect in the traders’ world. To assume the pin bar is ideal there are two conditions that must be met.
- The opening and closing of the pin bar must be located near the bottom or the top of the previous bar.
- The opening and closing of the pin bar must be contained within the length of the previous candle that is sometimes called the left eye.
The appearance of the ideal candle is regarded as the perfect moment to open a transaction. It should be a sell position when you spot a bearish pin bar and a buy trade when you detect a bullish pin bar during the downtrend.
Candlestick patterns are very helpful in recognising the entry points for your trades. Pin bars are the special candle type that gives you information about the trend reversal. The signal produced by the ideal pin bar is incredibly powerful.
Remember, there is a demo account on the Binomo platform. You can there practice trading based on the signals received from the pin bars.
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