sanku (three gaps) pattern

Definition

Japanese term that refers to a candlestick pattern with three individual gaps appearing, creating a defined trend. These gaps can and may occur throughout the different days of market trading and do not need to appear consecutively. The appearance of the third gap is a sign of a potential trend reversal.
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