Identical Three Crows is a three candlestick bearish reversal pattern occuring during an uptrend. The first candle is long bodied and black. The second and third candles open at the close of the previous candle in the series.
Two crows is a three candlestick bearish reversal pattern that occurs during an uptrend. The first candle is long bodied and white. The second candle gaps higher and closes near it’s low. The third candle in the series opens inside the body of the second candle and closes lower, filling the gap between the first … Read more
Bearish Kicking is a two candlestick reversal pattern. The pattern occurs during an uptrend, beginning with a black Marubozu candlestick. The second candlestick gaps below the close of the first and is a white Marubozu.
Three Outside Down is a three candlestick bearish reversal pattern. The pattern occurs in an uptrend and begins with a candle in the direction of the trend. The second candle’s real body engulfs the first days body. The third candle closes lower than the previous candle.
The Bearish Three Inside Down pattern occurs during a uptrend. The first two days are a Bearish Harami, where the second candle is contained withing the body of the larger candle. The third, confirming candlestick is black and has a lower close than the second candlestick.
The Bearish Breakaway pattern is a five candle reversal formation that occurs during an uptrend. The first candle in the formation is long and white. The second candle is also long gaps away from the first in the direction of the trend. The third candle can be either color, but does not show a change … Read more
The Tri-Star is a three candle reversal pattern, consisting of three consecutive Dojis. The bearish Tri-Star formation occurs after an uptrend. The second Doji candlestick gaps above the first and third. The succession of Dojis reflect indecisiveness in the market.
The Bearish Abandoned Baby is a three candle reversal pattern on a Japanese Candlestick chart that occurs during an uptrend. The first candle is a long bodied and white. The second candle is a doji that gaps above the close of the first bar in the series. The final candle opens below the close of … Read more
The Meeting Lines Japanese Candlestick formation is a two candlestick reversal pattern. The Bearish Meeting Lines pattern occurs during an uptrend where a long bodied white candle is followed by a long bodied black candle whose body is higher than the first candle with a closing price close to (meeting) the closing price of the first … Read more