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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Bearish Tri-Star

Bearish Tri-Star Candlestick Pattern Illustration © Analyzing Alpha

The bearish tri-star is a rare three-bar bearish reversal Japanese candlestick pattern that is best traded as indented, according to our extensive testing. And while this is one of the few patterns that work as intended, you can still lose …

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