In this video, we look at a special type of Japanese candlestick chart called Heiken Ashi, explaining in detail what it is and how it differs from bar charts and standard Japanese candlestick charts. We look at examples to show how it changes the character of a chart visually and explore some general rules of thumb for using Heiken Ashi to help inform the decision-making process.
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