Introduction to Japanese Candlestick Charts

Originating in 17th century Japan, candlestick charts were actually first used by rice traders.

Times have changed, and today candlestick charts are an important tool used by traders and investors to gauge the momentum behind a security.

Learn how they work in today’s infographic. [via]

Candlestick Charts
Candlestick Charts

 

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