One of the strongest forms of confirmation is a double reversal signal.
For example, the current chart of Wal-Mart shows how two bullish reversal candlesticks show up on the price chart, and how to interpret them. In this case, candlesticks provide strong bullish signals even though momentum contradicts what these show. A skilled chart reader knows that when you get contradictory signals, you either have to wait out the signal trends or find strategies that benefit if the stock price moves in either direction.
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