In candlestick charting, a large candle followed by a small candle (or doji) located completely within the previous candlestick's body. In candlestick charting, a candlestick represents a single trading day, with a larger candlestick indicating that the opening price is significantly different from the closing price. A doji following a large candlestick indicates that the previous trend is about to change. A bearish harami cross follows a day in which the price rose and a bullish harami cross follows a day on which it fell.
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