Bearish Harami

Bearish Harami Candlestick Pattern Illustration © Analyzing Alpha

The bearish harami is a two-bar bearish reversal Japanese candlestick pattern that suggests volatility is near according to an extensive backtest. If you practice traditional candlestick technical analysis, there’s a good chance you’re losing money with this three-bar pattern. But …

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Bearish Harami Cross

Bearish Harami Cross Candlestick Pattern Illustration © Analyzing Alpha

The bearish harami cross is a two-bar bearish reversal Japanese candlestick pattern that suggests bullish volatility in the stock and crypto markets and a bearish bounce in the forex markets, according to the data. The pattern loses money in every …

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Bearish High Wave

Bearish High Wave Candlestick Pattern Illustration © Analyzing Alpha

The bearish high wave is a single-bar Japanese candlestick pattern representing indecision.  But what if I told you that you could surf this pattern profitably using history as your guide? Would you be interested? If so, keep reading to learn …

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Bearish Kicking

Bearish Kicking Candlestick Pattern Illustration © Analyzing Alpha

The bearish kicking is a rare two-bar bearish reversal Japanese candlestick pattern that leads to near-term bearish volatility, as demonstrated by backtests. Data-driven traders should avoid this pattern in the crypto and forex markets as there are not enough data …

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Bearish Long Line

Bearish Long Line Candlestick Pattern Illustration © Analyzing Alpha

The bearish long line is a one-bar bearish continuation Japanese candlestick pattern that historically leads to short-term volatility in all markets tested. But before you slice this with a shuriken, what if I told you that this candle produces windfall …

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Bearish Separating Lines

Bearish Separating Lines Candlestick Pattern Illustration © Analyzing Alpha

The bearish separating lines is a two-bar bearish continuation Japanese candlestick pattern that suggests near-term bullish movement according to the data from an extensive backtest. Traders practicing traditional charting techniques with the bearish separating lines break even in the stock …

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Bearish Marubozu

Bearish Marubozu Candlestick Pattern Illustration © Analyzing Alpha

The bearish marubozu is a one-bar bearish continuation Japanese candlestick pattern that historically leads to a quick bullish bounce. Yes, that’s not a typo–the data shows us that this popular bearish candle often leads to bullish action. But before you …

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Bearish Short Line

Bearish Short Line Candlestick Pattern Illustration © Analyzing Alpha

The bearish short line is a frequently occurring one-bar indecision Japanese candlestick pattern that history shows us leads to a bullish move. By using data-based technical analysis, there is a way to turn this tiny candlestick pattern into a profitable …

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Bearish Spinning Top

Bearish Spinning Top Candlestick Pattern Illustration © Analyzing Alpha

The bearish spinning top is a one-bar Japanese candlestick pattern that traditional technical analysts believe represents indecision. But these traders are wrong according to multiple-decade backtests. You can turn this indecision into clarity by using history as your guide. Interested? …

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