Doji

Doji

In candlestick charting, a candlestick indicating that the open price and close price for a security are almost equal. It is formed by candlestick that is very short and only slightly thicker than a line. As a result, dojis often look like plus signs.
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Doji candlestick pattern -- A Doji candlestick is formed when a security's open and close are practically equal.
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Doji : The doji is probably the most popular candlestick pattern.
So far the NASDAQ futures (/NQ) have formed a Gravestone Doji, which signifies a reversal at the end of a trend.
Dubai's index formed a doji candle on Monday; observing such a candle after a long rally usually signals that a correction is approaching, and sure enough the index fell today, ahead of resistance at 1,800 points," said Sleiman Aboulhosn, assistant fund manager at Al Masah Capital.
Treating the oni as a marginalized other, she reviews their origins, etymology, and formation in different Asian traditions; characteristics; the history of different types, such as Shuten Doji, oni women, and yamauba, the mountain ogress; and oni as victims, in urban culture, with Japanese identity, in manga, anime, and film, and those that are without negative associations.
The book concludes with a discussion of the ways in which the Japanese Buddhist monks Doji and Saicho helped to reshape these images of the prince.
The mask of Shojo, worn solely by the shite in this piece and its variations, has a ruddy, smiling complexion, resembling a drunk and happy version of the doji mask of a child.
Eventually Raiko and the shitenno eliminated such supernatural beings as Shuten doji (Drunken Demon) at Mount Oe and tsuchigumo, the earth spider.
The previous weekly close is very bullish on its own with the formation of a dragonfly doji pattern.