Bullish Candlestick Patterns With Filters [TradeDots]

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The "Bullish Candlestick Patterns With Filters" is a trading indicator that identifies 6 core bullish candlestick patterns. This is further enhanced by applying channel indicator as filters, designed to further increase the accuracy of the recognized patterns.


  1. Hammer
  2. Inverted Hammer
  3. Bullish Engulfing
  4. The Piercing Line
  5. The Morning Star
  6. The 3 White Soldiers


The indicator incorporates with 2 primary methodologies aimed at filtering out lower accuracy signals.

Firstly, it comes with a "Lowest period" parameter that examines whether the trough of the bullish candlestick configuration signifies the lowest point within a specified retrospective bar length. The longer the period, the higher the probability that the price will rebound.

Secondly, the channel indicators, the Keltner Channels or Bollinger Bands. This indicator examines whether the lowest point of the bullish candlestick pattern breaches the lower band, indicating an oversold signal. Users have the flexibility to modify the length and band multiplier, enabling them to custom-tune signal sensitivity.

Without Filtering:

With Filtering


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Release Notes:
  • Update displayed chart
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