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Reading candlesticks - Beginner

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Dear all,

I have recently joined IG and I am completely new to learning about FX so please accept my apologises if my question seems daft to you.

I am trying to / would like to get to grips with reading candlesticks.

As an example if I was looking at a day chart would you advise to learn everything candlestick for that whole day?

Again apologises if this is a daft question,however, I have only just started to learn about this, therefore any help and guidance is much appreciated.

 

 

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