Bearish Harami Cross: Bearish Reversal Pattern

Bearish Harami Cross is a bearish reversal pattern. It appears in an uptrend. In this pattern, a long white candle appears, followed by a doji. This pattern is considered to be more significant than Bearish Harami Pattern.
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Aug 28, 2011, 03.16 PM | Source: Moneycontrol.com

Bearish Harami Cross: Bearish Reversal Pattern

Bearish Harami Cross is a bearish reversal pattern. It appears in an uptrend. In this pattern, a long white candle appears, followed by a doji. This pattern is considered to be more significant than Bearish Harami Pattern.

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Bearish Harami Cross: Bearish Reversal Pattern

Bearish Harami Cross is a bearish reversal pattern. It appears in an uptrend. In this pattern, a long white candle appears, followed by a doji. This pattern is considered to be more significant than Bearish Harami Pattern.

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Bearish Harami Cross: Bearish Reversal Pattern
Bearish Harami Cross is a bearish reversal pattern. It appears in an uptrend. In this pattern, a long white candle appears, followed by a doji. This pattern is considered to be more significant than Bearish Harami Pattern.

In this pattern, on first day, a long white candle appears in an uptrend. Next day, it is followed by a doji, which is completely engulfed by the previous large white candle.

Strategy: Next day confirmation (though not required) in the form of black candle, large gap down or a lower close confirms the top and can be used to initiate short positions or liquidate long positions.

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