Morning Star

Morning Star

A bullish candlestick pattern that consists of three candles that have demonstrated the following characteristics:
  1. The first bar is a large red candlestick located within a defined downtrend.
  2. The second bar is a small-bodied candle (either red or white) that closes below the first red bar.
  3. The last bar is a large white candle that opens above the middle candle and closes near the center of the first bar's body.
As shown by the chart, this pattern is used by traders as an early indication that the downtrend is about to reverse.

Morningstar Inc.

A Chicago-based investment research firm that compiles and analyzes fund, stock and general market data. Morningstar also provides an extensive line of internet, software and print-based products for individual investors, financial advisors and institutional clients. Among its many offerings, Morningstar's comprehensive, one-page mutual and exchange-traded fund reports are widely used by investors to determine the investment quality of the more than 2,000 funds it covers.

Morningstar is a respected and reliable source of independent investment analysis for all levels of fund and stock investors, ranging from inexperienced beginners to sophisticated experts. Its website includes free information on individual funds and stocks. More complete data is available through subscription services and publications. Many public libraries are subscribers to Morningstar services.

Morningstar Risk Rating

A rating system that measures how often a fund loses money compared to the risk-free rate of return (T-bill return). A rating of 1 is considered average for each class of funds. So, if a mutual fund's risk rating is 1.25, then it is 25% more risky than the other funds in its class.

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