Abstract:
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Every time in forex trading we want to enter a position and get the best on profit with confidence and less risk.
Is very hard for most of traders to set up a trade having a lot of information about indicators, fundamentals, trading open sessions and few hours to check the charts.

But we can add few guidelines into our daily checks and to be confident if we see a candle with those features and to say "it could have high probabilities of success with less risk".

The doji or (Kangaroo tail)* is a pattern formation in price action that we can risk on it and get the better without spend hours and hours on the charts.

Candle bullish or bearish
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1.- The time frame is best no less than one hour.
2.- The candlestick have very long tails and very small body.
3.- The range of the candle must cover at least 7 previous candles and those candlestick are not bigger in size.
4.- The candle must to be in a zone that has not been trade at least one or two weeks.
5.- The open and close of the candle are contained by the range of the one previous candlestick.

Bullish
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The closing price must be higher than the open price.
The candle must to be in a zone or support / resistance area at bottom.

Examples charts:
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Suggested setup to go long:
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-The five main features
-The entry 10 pips above the high
-The stop few pips below the low
-The limit 10 pips below the next zone or support / resistance

Bearish
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The closing price must be lower than the open price.
The candle must to be in a zone or support / resistance area at top.

Examples charts:
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Suggested setup to go short:
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-The five main features
-The entry 10 pips below the low
-The stop few pips above the high
-The limit 10 pips above the next zone or support / resistance
The (Kangaroo tail)* was called from a book "Naked Forex" of 2012 that I was red and learn very much.
The authors of these book are "Alex Nekritin and Walter Peters, PHD".

Conclusión:
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When I look a chart pattern no matter what kind every 130 bars have at least a 20% or 25% are doji candlestick and only less than 5% are profitables.
There are few doji patterns but a doji and a minimal but specific characteristics in conjunction can help us to spot and risk capital with high probability of success.
Also a specific way to enter a position can avoid to enter a loser trades and save the day. So I think we do not need enter a trade every single time that a doji appears but if we get a good one will be best.
Maybe you could try it and check in the future a extra configuration that can add a better result in quantity or quality of trades.
Good trade everyone.
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