|Candlestick reversal patterns are a type of candlestick patterns that indicates a potential shift in market sentiment from bearish to bullish or vice versa. Some common bullish candlestick reversal patterns include Bullish Island Reversal, Bullish Hook Reversal, and Bullish Key Reversal. Bullish Island Reversal is formed when a gap appears on the chart, followed by a doji or small candlestick, and then another gap in the opposite direction. Bullish Hook Reversal is formed when a long bearish candlestick is followed by a small bullish candlestick with a long lower shadow, resembling a hook. Bullish Key Reversal is formed when a long bearish candlestick is followed by a long bullish candlestick that completely engulfs the previous candlestick's range. Traders use these patterns to identify potential trend reversals and adjust their trading strategies accordingly.