The chart showing Series 1 series.
To see the performance of the pattern in your stock exchange in the context of other stock markets please examine the table below. Find your stock market there and see how it ranks among the others. This will give you an idea about the pattern’s strength and reliability and help you in your buying decisions.
This pattern has two black bodies with a white body between them. That is why it looks like a sandwich. The closing of both black candlesticks at the same level shows that a support price has been established.
Recognition Criteria
1. The market is characterized by a prevailing downtrend.
2. We see a black candlestick on the first day.
3. A white body that trades above the close of the previous black body follows.
4. The third day is a black day with a close equal to the first day.
Pattern Requirements and Flexibility
The Bullish Stick Sandwich starts with a strong black candlestick, and a white candlestick that opens at the previous close or at a higher level follows it. The white body closes above the black body of the first day. The third day opens with an upside gap but closes exactly at the same level with the first day’s close.
Trader’s Behavior
The market is testing new lows and it produces a black day. The following day unexpectedly opens higher and then trades higher all day, closing at or near its high. This action suggests that the downtrend has reversed and that short traders should be careful. The next day, prices open even higher, which should cause some short covering initially, but then prices drift lower to close at the same price as two days ago. Traders take note of the support price implied by the two same level closes.
Buy/Stop Loss Levels
The confirmation level is defined as the midpoint between the last two closes. Prices should cross above this level for confirmation.

The stop loss level is defined as the lower of the last two lows. Following the BUY, if prices go down instead of going up, and close or make two consecutive daily lows below the stop loss level, while no bearish pattern is detected, then the stop loss is triggered.
Pattern Performance in Stock Exchanges since 1/1/2014
Stock Exchange
Per Trade
Total Net%(Descending)
IndonesiaIDX 72228.57100.008.500.008.50
DenmarkCOPENHAGEN 32166.6750.008.500.008.50
MalaysiaBURSA 92222.22100.006.500.006.50
USAMEX 96666.67100.006.330.006.33
USNYSE 55321960.0057.586.790.526.27
GermanyXETRA 94344.4475.
USNASDAQ 31161051.6162.505.500.564.94
BrazilBOVESPA 195426.3280.004.800.004.80
FrancePARIS 93233.3366.675.000.334.67
AustraliaASX 2213659.0946.155.851.234.62
Hong KongHKEX 1710758.8270.004.600.703.90
CanadaTSX 2411545.8345.454.360.733.64
RussiaMICEX 32266.67100.003.500.003.50
BelgiumBRUSSELS 32266.67100.003.500.003.50
South KoreaKOSDAQ 3012740.0058.334.421.003.42
IndiaBSE 3517948.5752.944.531.293.24
The World 55026516348.3661.283.980.773.20
ChinaSSE 75371.4360.004.401.203.20
NorwayOSE 52140.0050.003.000.502.50
ChinaSZSE 87487.5057.143.711.292.43
IndiaNSE 199847.3788.892.670.332.33
South KoreaKRX 1810855.5680.002.500.402.10
USPREFERRED 42150.0050.002.500.502.00
ItalyBORSA 62133.3350.
JapanTOKYO 43231553.4965.222.650.652.00
SingaporeSGX 53260.0066.671.670.001.67
TurkeyBIST 136346.1550.002.000.501.50
UKLSE 2013565.0038.462.311.311.00
IsraelTASE 21150.00100.
TaiwanTWSE 309530.0055.562.001.220.78
USOTC PINK 176335.2950.002.171.500.67
SwitzerlandSIX 97577.7871.430.570.140.43
USAMEX 111100.00100.
UAEUAE 1000.
Saudi ArabiaTADAWUL 1000.
QatarQE 1000.
EgyptEGX 2000.
NetherlandsAMSTERDAM 1000.
JapanNAGOYA 1000.
SpainIBEX 1000.
Greece ATHENS 2000.
SwedenSTOCKHOLM 134230.7750.001.252.00-0.75
Austria WIENERBORSE 110100.
MexicoBMV 31033.330.000.001.00-1.00
TaiwanGTSM 125241.6740.000.401.40-1.00
CanadaTSX-V 32166.6750.002.005.50-3.50
Patterns Total: How many of this particular pattern has been detected in this period
Confirmed Total: How many of the detected patterns were confirmed and converted into signals
Profitable Signals: The number of the confirmed patterns that have given profitable trades
Confirmation %: The percentage of the confirmed patterns with respect to the total occurrences of this pattern
Profitable Signal %: The percentage of the successful confirmed patterns with respect to the total confirmed patterns
Per Trade Profit %: Total Profits / Total Trades
Per Trade Loss %: Total Losses / Total Trades
Per Trade Net%: (Total Profits–Total Losses) / Total Number of Trades
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