Bearish Harami

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DEFINITION of 'Bearish Harami'

A trend indicated by a large candlestick followed by a much smaller candlestick with a that body is located within the vertical range of the larger candle's body. Such a pattern is an indication that the previous upward trend is coming to an end.

Bearish Harami

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Bearish Harami'

A bearish harami may be formed from a combination of a large white or black candlestick and a smaller white or black candlestick. The smaller the second candlestick, the more likely the reversal. It is thought to be a strong sign that a trend is ending when a large white candle stick is followed by a small black candlestick.

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