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Inverted Hammer Stock Chart Pattern


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Inverted Hammer stock Chart Pattern

Effect of Inverted Hammer

A good Inverted Hammer indicates which the earlier downtrend is about to end and may reverse with an uptrend or perhaps move sideways. The pattern is definitely an indication of a economic instrument’s SHORT-TERM view.


A Inverted Hammer forms whenever the Upper Shadow is greater than the actual Body along with the Lower Shadow is small or non-existant. The Inverted Hammer is the same because any Shooting Star, just the Inverted Hammer appears during the end of an downtrend, while the Shooting Star appears during the end of a uptrend.


Factors That Supports

The Actual Body of the Inverted Hammer should “gap” away from all the Real Body of the preceding session. The better the dimensions of that gap the more significant the Inverted Hammer. Measure the gap stuck between the Actual Bodies by taking the higher than average of the open or perhaps the close for the Inverted Hammer and also comparing it to the lower of the open or close for the past session. If the Inverted Hammer’s much higher value is not as much as the preceding session’s lower value then a gap is present.

The Lower Shadow of the Inverted Hammer should be pretty much non-existant.

The Upper Shadow of the Inverted Hammer must be as large as you possibly can. The larger the Top Shadow, the more significant the Inverted Hammer.


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