Hammer Pin Bar Candlestick pattern

Reversal Candlestick Pattern Hammer Pin Bar

The Hammer candlestick is created when the open high and close are roughly the same price. It is also characterized by a long lower shadow that indicates a bullish rejection from buyers and their intention to push the market higher.

The hammer is a reversal candlestick pattern when it occurs at the bottom of a downtrend.

This candle forms when sellers push the market lower after the open, but they get rejected by buyers so the market closes higher than the lowest price.

As you can see the market was trending down, the formation of the hammer pin bar was a significant reversal pattern.

The long shadow represents the high buying pressure from this point. Sellers was trying to push the market lower, but in that level the buying power was more powerful than the selling pressure which results in a trend reversal.

The most important to understand is the psychology behind the formation of this pattern, if you can understand how and why it was created, you will be able to predict the market direction with high accuracy. 

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