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Patrones de Velas 5.0

Indicador técnico para Metatrader (MT4/MT5)

  • Descripción

    El indicador de patrones de velas japonesas PZ es una herramienta de análisis técnico que ayuda a los operadores a identificar una amplia gama de patrones de velas japonesas en el mercado. Los patrones de velas son representaciones visuales de la acción del precio que pueden proporcionar información sobre el sentimiento del mercado y posibles reversiones o continuaciones de tendencias. El indicador de patrones de velas PZ reconoce más de 30 patrones de velas diferentes y los resalta maravillosamente en el gráfico, lo que facilita a los operadores identificar estos patrones y tomar decisiones informadas sobre sus operaciones.

    Algunas de las funciones del indicador de patrones de velas japonesas PZ incluyen la capacidad de detectar patrones de 1 barra, 2 barras, 3 barras y varias barras, así como patrones de reversión, continuación y debilidad. El indicador no se repinta e implementa alertas para ayudar a los comerciantes a mantenerse informados sobre posibles oportunidades comerciales. También incluye un panel de múltiples marcos de tiempo para permitir a los operadores ver patrones en diferentes marcos de tiempo.

    Si bien el indicador de patrones de velas PZ puede detectar una gran cantidad de patrones, es importante tener en cuenta que el gráfico puede abarrotarse y ser difícil de leer con tantos patrones mostrados. En este caso, los operadores pueden deshabilitar los patrones no deseados de las entradas del indicador para que el gráfico sea más legible. En general, el indicador de patrones de velas japonesas PZ puede ser una herramienta valiosa para los comerciantes que buscan mejorar su análisis técnico y operar patrones de inversión y continuación universales y confiables.

    Patrones de velas compatibles

    • Break-Away (también conocido como Line Strikes)
    • Fakey (también conocido como Hikkake)
    • Brechas de contador
    • Tres soldados / Tres cuervos
    • Martillos / Estrella fugaz / Hombre colgado
    • Envolvente
    • Afuera arriba / Afuera abajo
    • Harami
    • De adentro hacia arriba / De adentro hacia abajo
    • Estrella de la mañana / Estrella de la tarde
    • Pateadores
    • Piercing / Nube oscura
    • Sujeción del cinturón
    • Tres ascendentes / Tres descendentes
    • Brecha de Tasuki
    • Espacio lado a lado
    • Ventanas
    • Bloqueo de avance/bloqueo de descenso
    • Deliberación
    • Marubozu
    • Squeeze Alert (también conocido como vela maestra)
    • Dojis

    Reversal Patterns

    The indicator recognizes the following reversal patterns.

    Break-Away (a.k.a Line Strikes)
    This Candlestick Pattern could also be called Pump and Dump, and only differs from the Morning Star in the number of congestion bars present before the latest market participants are caught with their pants down. This particular formation might take place with or without gaps, and with or without breaking the low of the first bar.
    Fakey (a.k.a Hikkake)
    The Fakey Pattern indicators rejection of an important level within the market. The pattern consists of an inside bar followed by a false break and then a close back within its range. The entry is triggered as price moves back up past the high of the inside bar. The opposite applies in the bearish version.
    Counter Gaps
    Sometimes a gap becomes a sudden and explosive reversal, in which bulls or bears counter-attack and force other market participants to cover their positions. Several patterns are used to describe this situation, but the indicator blends all of them into one single pattern. This pattern has only one implication: you should trade the reversal and help the big hands to take down the price
    Three Soldiers / Three Crows
    A candlestick pattern that is used to predict the reversal of the current downtrend. This pattern consists of three consecutive long-bodied candlesticks that have closed higher than the previous day, with each session's open occurring within the body of the previous candle. Opposite for shorts.
    Hammers / Shooting Star / Hanging Man
    Hammer candlesticks form when a security moves significantly lower after the open, but rallies to close well above the intraday low. The Shooting Star is a single day pattern that can appear in an uptrend. It opens higher, trades much higher, then closes near its open. It looks just like a Hammer turned upside down, indicating that buyers are not willing to bid the price higher.
    This reversal pattern consists of two candles. The first day is a narrow range candle that closes down for the day. The sellers are still in control of the stock but because it is a narrow range candle and volatility is low, the sellers are not very aggressive. The second day is a wide range candle that "engulfs" the body of the first candle and closes near the top of the range. The opposite applies in the bearish version.
    Outside Up / Outside Down
    This pattern is one of the more clear-cut three day bullish reversal patterns. The formation reflects buyers overtaking selling strength, and often precedes a continued rally in price. In fact up to day-two we have a bullish Engulfing pattern, itself a strong two-day reversal pattern, and this pattern emerges when we wait for confirmation.
    When you see this pattern the first thing that comes to mind is that the momentum preceding it has stopped. On the first day you see a wide range candle that closes near the bottom of the range. The sellers are still in control of this security. Then on the second day, there is only a narrow range candle that closes up for the day. This pattern is not especially reliable, it is better to wait for confirmation using the Inside Up or Inside Down pattern.
    Inside Up / Inside Down
    This is a three-bar reversal pattern. Up to day-two we have a simple Bullish Harami pattern. Haramis give a clear-cut formation reflecting buyers overtaking the strength in the downtrend. This formation often precedes a continued rally in price. With just a Harami pattern, most candlestick analysts will usually wait for additional conformation before entering a long position. The Inside formation is that confirmation.
    Morning Star / Evening Star
    A three day bullish reversal pattern that is very similar to the Morning Star. The first day is in a downtrend with a long black body. The next day opens lower with a Doji that has a small trading range. The last day closes above the midpoint of the first day. The Morning Star is the basic anatomy of a sudden Pump and Dump operation in the market.
    Kickers are one of the most explosive and powerful reversal patterns. Like most candle patterns there is a bullish and bearish version. In the bullish version, the security is moving down and the last red candle closes at the bottom of the range. Then, on the next day, the stock gaps open above the previous day's high and close. This "shock event" forces short sellers to cover and brings in new traders on the long side. The opposite takes place in the bearish version.
    Piercing / Dark Cloud
    This is also a two-candle reversal pattern where on the first day you see a wide range candle that closes near the bottom of the range. The sellers are in control. On the second day you see a wide range candle that has to close at least halfway into the prior candle. Those that shorted the security on first day are now sitting at a loss on the rally that happens on the second day. This can set up a powerful reversal.
    Belt Hold
    A significant gap down occurs. The remaining price action for the day occurs to the upside. This triggers a buying spree. Shorts cover their positions due to concern over this price action. The opposite applies in the bearish version. This pattern has only one implication: you should trade the reversal and help the big hands to take down the price.

    Continuation Patterns

    The indicator recognizes the following continuation patterns.

    Rising Three / Falling Three
    A bullish continuation pattern in which a long white body is followed by three small body days, each fully contained within the range of the high and low of the first day. The fifth day closes at a new high and forces bears to cover their shorts. The opposite applies in the bearish version. This is one of the most reliable continuation patterns available. The PZ Candle Patterns indicator can recognize rising and falling patterns of multiple bars in length.
    Tasuki Gap
    A continuation pattern with a long white body followed by another white body that has gapped above the first one. The third day is black and opens within the body of the second day, then fills in the gap between the first two days, but does not close the gap. This suggests that the uptrend will continue and might be a good time to get into the market at a good price. The opposite applies in the bearish version.
    Side by Side Gap
    A continuation pattern with a long white body followed by another white body that has gapped above the first one. The gap might be closed or not, but two bullish days announce that the market is inclined to climb higher. This pattern is much more effective if the third day closes above the second day's high. The opposite applies in the bearish version.
    The same as a Western gap. Windows are continuation candlestick patterns. When the market opens a window to the upside, it is a rising window. It is a bullish candlestick pattern and the rising window should be support. There is much psychology behind windows. Gaps can act as resistance or support. The trend might continue strongly or it might fill the gap first. The market can also reverse right after a gap.

    Weakness Patterns

    The indicator recognizes the following weakness patterns.

    Advance Block / Descend Block
    This formation is similar to the Three Soldiers formation. However, the Advance Block chart alerts traders to the weakness of the upside price action since the close of the second and third days are significantly less than their highs, each bar having a smaller body and longer upper wick than the preceding one. The opposite applies in the bearish version. A variation of this pattern, also recognized, is Three Stars in the north and Three Stars in the south, which only difference is that each bar makes a lower high than the previous one.
    This formation is very similar to the Advance Block and Descend Block patterns. The key difference is that all of the weakness shows up on the third day. The first two days have powerful upward moves. The quick change in sentiment opens the window for daytraders to initiate shorts or capture profits. This pattern is not very reliable, but it certainly sets the mood for a convincing reversal pattern in the future.

    Neutral Patterns

    The indicator recognizes the following neutral patterns.

    The Marubozu takes place when a security has traded strongly in one direction throughout the session and closed at its high or low price of the day. A marubozu candle is represented only by a body; it has no wicks or shadows extending from the top or bottom of the candle. The white marubozu candle indicates that buyers controlled the price of the stock from the opening bell to the close of the day, and is considered very bullish. The opposite applies in the bearish version.
    Squeeze Alert (a.k.a Master Candle)
    Just as its name suggests, the squeeze alert pattern should be treated as a valuable alert signal that the market is in for a swift and dramatic change of direction. This three candlestick formation rarely occurs, but when it does you should immediately tighten your stoploss and trade the next breakout of the master candle when it takes place.
    The doji is probably the most popular candlestick pattern. The stock opens up, goes nowhere throughout the day and closes right at or near the opening price. Quite simply, it represents indecision and causes traders to question the current trend. Several dojis and other indecision patterns together usually mean that a squeeze is coming, and are useful to detect congestion zones. Variations like Long Legged Doji, Dragonfly Doji, Gravestone Doji and stars are not worth detecting, since their trading implications are not much different.
  • Parámetros

    Al cargar el experto en la gráfica tendrá a su disposición multitud de parámetros de entrada, agrupados en bloques fáciles de comprender.

    Activar / desactivar el resaltado de patrones usando el color de las barras
    Mostrar u ocultar etiquetas de texto que muestren el nombre de los patrones reconocidos
    BullLabel / BearLabel
    Elija el color de las etiquetas de texto para patrones alcistas y bajistas
    Mostrar u ocultar cuadros que rodean los patrones reconocidos
    BullRectangle / BearRectangle
    Elija el color de los rectángulos para patrones alcistas y bajistas
    Patrones de 1 barra
    Activar / desactivar el reconocimiento de patrones de 1 barra uno por uno.
    Hammers, Shooting Stars, Marubozus, Kickers, Windows y Dojis.
    Patrones de 2 barras
    Activar / desactivar el reconocimiento de patrones de 2 barras uno por uno.
    Engulling, Harami, Piercing, Dark Cloud y Belt Hold.
    Patrones de 3 compases
    Activar / desactivar el reconocimiento de patrones de 3 barras y más.
    Inside Up, Inside Down, Morning Star, Evening Star, Tres soldados, Tres cuervos, Bloques de avance, Bloques de descenso, Tres ascendentes (y combinaciones) , Brechas de Tasuki, Brechas de lado a lado, Brechas de mostrador , Deliberaciones, Squeeze Alerts, Fakey y Break-Away (y combinaciones) .
    Esta opción solo se aplica a patrones de inversión. Dado que los patrones de inversión solo son válidos al final de una tendencia, se debe colocar algún tipo de condición para mostrar o ignorar ciertos patrones. Un filtro Donchian nos permite filtrar cualquier patrón de inversión utilizando el mayor / menor del último número de barras deseado. El comportamiento predeterminado es ignorar los patrones de reversión bajista por debajo de la más alta de las últimas cuatro barras e ignorar los patrones de reversión alcista por encima de la más baja de las últimas cuatro barras. Este parámetro le permite activar / desactivar este filtro.
    El número deseado de barras para evaluar para mostrar o ignorar patrones de inversión. (Solo se aplica si la opción anterior está habilitada)
    Reversiones redundantes
    Los patrones de reversión a menudo ocurren uno tras otro a medida que el mercado cambia de dirección, lo que indica la reversión más de una vez a medida que evoluciona el precio. Por ejemplo, es frecuente ver reversiones muy similares a las siguientes. Un martillo alcista (compás 1) , seguido de un patrón envolvente (compás 2) , un patrón de afuera hacia arriba (día 3) y tres soldados (Día 4) , siendo todos ellos patrones de inversión redundantes después de que tuvo lugar el primer martillo. Si está desactivado, el parámetro RedundantReversals elimina esta redundancia y oculta patrones de inversión futuros en la misma dirección después del primero válido.

    Esta función es muy útil si está haciendo backtesting visual de gráficos, pero no tanto para operaciones en vivo, ya que desea recibir tantas señales como sea posible -o tal vez no haya operado el primer martillo- . Asegúrese de habilitar esta opción para operaciones en vivo, para ver todas las oportunidades y recibir alertas.
    Habilite alertas, alertas por correo electrónico y / o alertas de sonido para los patrones habilitados anteriormente.
  • ? FAQ
    ¿Debería intercambiar todos los patrones?
    En absoluto, debe combinarlos en su estrategia comercial. Es posible que desee utilizar algunos patrones e ignorar otros. Por ejemplo, no presto mucha atención a los patrones de una sola barra.
    ¡Gran trabajo! ¿Cuáles son tus patrones favoritos?
    Mis patrones favoritos son Break
    ¿Este indicador MT4 se vuelve a pintar o pintar al revés?
    No, nuestros indicadores no hacen trampa en absoluto.
    Me han dicho que los patrones de velas son inútiles y obsoletos.
    ¡Absolutamente no! Leer los patrones de velas es extremadamente importante para comprender la psicología detrás del mercado en un momento dado.
    Los patrones de una sola barra parecen no ser efectivos. ¿Por qué?
    Una sola barra no es lo suficientemente informativa porque ignora lo que sucedió en períodos de tiempo más bajos. Incluso los patrones de dos barras pueden causarle problemas a veces. Los patrones de barras múltiples, por otro lado, son mucho más confiables y completos. Asegúrese de combinar los patrones en su estrategia comercial.
  • </> Desarrolladores

    Para construir su propio robot con este indicador, utilice la llamada iCustom() detallada a continuación. El indicador tiene un buffer extra cuyo único propósito es almacenar eventos o señales en forma de constantes, de forma que solo necesite realizar una llamada al indicador para tomar decisiones. Copie y pegue el siguiente código en el código fuente de su robot, reemplazando el nombre del indicador por el que ha recibido.

    //---- Step 1: Define constants in your EA
    #define  AL_HAMMER_BUY     1     // Hammer
    #define  AL_HAMMER_SELL    2     // Shooting Star
    #define  AL_ENGULFING_BUY  3     // Bullish Engulfing 
    #define  AL_ENGULFING_SELL 4     // Bearish Engulfing
    #define  AL_DOJI_BUY       5     // Doji (expected up)
    #define  AL_DOJI_SELL      6     // Doji (expected down)
    #define  AL_HARAMI_BUY     7     // Bullisj Harami
    #define  AL_HARAMI_SELL    8     // Bearish Harami
    #define  AL_PIERCING_BUY   9     // Piercing
    #define  AL_PIERCING_SELL  10    // Dark-Cloud
    #define  AL_KICKER_BUY     13    // Bullish Kicker
    #define  AL_KICKER_SELL    14    // Bearish Kicker
    #define  AL_MSTAR_BUY      15    // Morning Star
    #define  AL_MSTAR_SELL     16    // Evening Star
    #define  AL_SOLDIERS_BUY   17    // Three Soldiers
    #define  AL_SOLDIERS_SELL  18    // Three Crows
    #define  AL_RISING_BUY     19    // Rising Three (1,2,3,4 and 5)
    #define  AL_RISING_SELL    20    // Falling Three (1,2,3,4 and 5)
    #define  AL_TASUKI_BUY     21    // Tasuki Gap (bullish)
    #define  AL_TASUKI_SELL    22    // Tasuki Gap (bearish) 
    #define  AL_CGAP_BUY       23    // Counter-Gap (bullish)
    #define  AL_CGAP_SELL      24    // Counter-Gap (bearish)
    #define  AL_DELIBERATION_B 25    // Deliberation (bullish)
    #define  AL_DELIBERATION_S 26    // Delibaration (bearish)
    #define  AL_WEAKBLOCKS_B   27    // Weak Blocks (bullish)
    #define  AL_WEAKBLOCKS_S   28    // Weak Blocks (bearish)
    #define  AL_SQUEEZE_BUY    29    // Squeeze (bullish) 
    #define  AL_SQUEEZE_SELL   30    // Squeeze (bearish)
    #define  AL_BREAKAWAY_BUY  31    // Break-Away (bullish)
    #define  AL_BREAKAWAY_SELL 32    // Break-Away (bearish)
    #define  AL_WINDOW_BUY     33    // Window (bullish)
    #define  AL_WINDOW_SELL    34    // Window (bearish)
    #define  AL_SIDESIDE_BUY   35    // Side by Side (bullish)
    #define  AL_SIDESIDE_SELL  36    // Side by Side (bearish)
    #define  AL_OUTSIDE_BUY    37    // Outside Up 
    #define  AL_OUTSIDE_SELL   38    // Outside Down
    #define  AL_INSIDE_BUY     39    // Inside Up
    #define  AL_INSIDE_SELL    40    // Inside Down
    #define  AL_MARUBOZU_BUY   41    // Marubozu (bullish)
    #define  AL_MARUBOZU_SELL  42    // Marubozu (bearish)
    #define  AL_FAKEY_BUY      43    // Fakey (bullish)
    #define  AL_FAKEY_SELL     44    // Fakey (bearish)
    #define  AL_BELTHOLD_BUY   45    // Belt-Hold (bullish)  
    #define  AL_BELTHOLD_SELL  46    // Belt-Hold (bearish)
    //---- Step 2: Read values
    int start()
    // Read pattern and breakout buffer
    double pattern  = iCustom(Symbol(), Period(), "Marketpz-candle-patterns", 1, 1);
    // Use constants defined above to identify the pattern. For example...
    if(pattern == AL_HAMMER_BUY)      { /* Your code for bullish hammer */ }
    if(pattern == AL_ENGULFING_SELL)  { /* Your code for bearish engulfing */ }
    if(pattern == AL_HARAMI_BUY)      { /* Your code for bullish harami */ }
    if(pattern == AL_PIERCING_BUY)    { /* Your code for bullish piercing */ }
    if(pattern == AL_PIERCING_SELL)   { /* Your code for bearish dark cloud */ }
    if(pattern == AL_SOLDIERS_SELL)   { /* Your code for bullish three soldiers */}
    if(pattern == AL_RISING_SELL)     { /* Your code for falling three (1,2,3,4 and 5) */ }
    if(pattern == AL_TASUKI_BUY)      { /* Your code for bullish tasuki gap */ }
    if(pattern == AL_BREAKAWAY_SELL)  { /* Your code for bullish break-away */ }
    if(pattern == AL_FAKEY_SELL)      { /* Your code for bearish fakey */ }
    if(pattern == EMPTY_VALUE)        { /* Your code if no pattern */}
    // Exit


Patrones de Velas Indicator for Metatrader
Patrones de Velas Indicator for Metatrader
Patrones de Velas Indicator for Metatrader
Patrones de Velas Indicator for Metatrader
Patrones de Velas Indicator for Metatrader
Patrones de Velas Indicator for Metatrader
Patrones de Velas Indicator for Metatrader
Patrones de Velas Indicator for Metatrader
Patrones de Velas Indicator for Metatrader
Patrones de Velas Indicator for Metatrader
Patrones de Velas Indicator for Metatrader
Patrones de Velas Indicator for Metatrader
Patrones de Velas Indicator for Metatrader
Patrones de Velas Indicator for Metatrader
Patrones de Velas Indicator for Metatrader


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