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Dan Valcu , CFTe, has close to 20 years of experience in trading the markets with technical analysis. Starting his research in the spring of , he was the first author to bring from Japan and promote in the West the heikin-ashi technique both as a visual instrument and a technical indicator in As a result, heikin-ashi in its visual format is a component of many technical trading platforms today.
Dan develops trading strategies based on the heikin-ashi technique and applies modified candles in his trading. His latest book, Heikin-Ashi: How to Trade Without Japanese Candlestick Patterns is written for the traders who need simple techniques to highlight the trend, reduce the noise, and spot possible reversals.
In addition, this book is a guide for easily translating candlestick patterns using heikin-ashi. An active promoter of technical analysis, Dan wrote three other books about this subject and trading strategies. He serves on the Board of the International Federation of Technical Analysis IFTA and offers training, seminars, and trading camps in technical analysis and risk management.
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Valcu, Dan -Heikin-Ashi; How to Trade Without Candlestick Patterns
Heikin-Ashi (How to Trade Without Candlestick Patterns)
S ince the introduction of the candlestick method to the US some two decades ago, it caused a revolution in perceiving how the bullish and bearish forces perform in the Western markets. It has become a popular charting tool, as traders have used candlesticks to make chart formations easier to spot and name. But interpreting candlesticks can be challenging. To make things easier, the heikin-ashi technique modifies the traditional candlestick chart. Let's take a look at how it works.