The Bearish 3-Method Formation candlestick pattern consists of a long bearish candle that denotes a strong directional move, followed by three minor recovery candles, that are contained within the body of the first bearish candle

The three recovery candles can be bullish or bearish candles, with the key emphasis on the recovery candles being contained within the body of the first bearish candle

The Bearish 3-Method Formation Candlestick pattern is considered as a bearish continuation pattern, as the expectation is that there will be a continued downward move

The Bearish Harami Cross candlestick pattern consists of an unusually large bullish candle body followed by a Doji, which is contained within the first large bullish candlestick body

It is considered a bearish pattern when preceded by a upward trend or when the market is over bought or at a point of resistance

When a Bearish Harami Cross candlestick pattern is identified after a bullish move, it can signal a reversal in the price action

Bearish Harami candlestick patterns consist of a large bullish candle followed by a little bearish candle that is contained within the initial large bullish candlestick body.

It is considered a bearish pattern when preceded by a upward trend or when the market is over bought or at a point of resistance

When a Bearish Harami candlestick pattern is identified after a bullish move, it can signal a reversal in the price action

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