【Studying stock trading】How to Read Japanese Candlestick Charts?Excellent video is being released!

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Excellent video is being released!
If you want to succeed in stocks, study!

And to know the wisdom of the Japanese

Stocks are psychological!
The stock is volume!
You learn! And succeed!
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How to Read Japanese Candlestick Charts?

*Quoted from YouTube / In this video Trading 212 explains how to use Japanese candlestick charts. You can easily learn the kind of signals a candlestick chart provides. Trading 212 gives you the main patterns to help you spot the trends on the currency market./Test and practice your Japanese Candlestick analysis in real market conditions with virtual money. Learn to trade and invest for free.
In financial transactions such as stocks, candlestick charts are used to see price changes!
This is a tool originally used in futures trading during the Edo period in Japan!

Today, it is used all over the world

The Edo period is the name of the feudal era when the Tokugawa Shogunate ruled Japan!
The Edo period was a peaceful era, but it stagnated the development of Japan!
Also, the strict social division system laid down in this era is reminiscent of the Indian caste system!
At that time, Japan was a developed country in finance, but Japan in the 21st century is far behind in finance!
The cause is said to be the strict economic control of high-ranking bureaucrats!
If you master “Japanese Candlestick Charts” in stock trading, you will have an advantage over those who do not know “Japanese Candlestick Charts”!
Stock trading is competition!
US stocks are the strongest in the world!

You succeed

Also, if you are interested in Japanese stocks, let’s study!
There are many excellent companies in Japan as well!
However, Japanese companies are reluctant to deal with foreign investors!

There is a chance there

Japanese stocks all behave in the same way!
Japanese stocks are linked to the Dow Jones Industrial Average in NY!
The futures market is especially easy to read!