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It is a bearish continuation pattern. It is opposite of bullish rising three method pattern. The pattern occurs after a downtrend. A strong move down in the first candle is followed by two to four candles of bouncing action (ideally three). Once the bounce has completed, a strong red candle takes the stock below the lows of the first candle.

Some skills are essential to identify if a breakout (breakdown) is supported by more than a few traders while trading bearish falling three method in day trading.

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