A type of candlestick which forms when an asset trades significantly lower than its opening, only to rally at a later point and close either above or near the opening price.
Did you know?
Currency trading and exchange are no new practices. In fact, money-changing people can be traced back to the Biblical times. Using city-stalls, they would help others change money and take a commission or charge a fee for their services.
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"Marubozo" - A type of candlestick with no shadows extending from its real body.
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