The next bearish two-day pattern is closely related to the pattern I discuss in the previous section ("The bearish harami pattern"), and it can be used in a similar manner. This pattern — the bearish harami cross — also marks the first return of the doji in this chapter. A doji is a candlestick pattern that looks like a cross and usually indicates some sort of indecision in the market. (Dojis are covered more in Chapter 6.) When this indecision occurs in a trend, it may signal that the trend is preparing to reverse.
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