Bullish Harami Pattern

Bullish Harami Pattern





A Bullish Harami Pattern is where the candle of the previous  is smaller than the next candle. The bullish harami pattern is a particular formation that can alert you when a period of upwards movement is likely to come to an end. The setup for a bullish harami pattern is as follows; Firstly, this formation has to be located during the end of a downtrend.  Secondly, on the setup you should look for a large bearish candle and then finally on the actual signal you’ll be looking out for a bullish candle that fits nicely within the body of the previous candle.

Some examples of the Bullish Harami Candle Patterns on various timescales on the Tradingview Chart Platform.

Bullish Harami Pattern

 

 

A good example where the Bears had control taking price down in to a Bear trend, then Bulls came in with strength to reverse the trend with Bullish Harami

 

 

 

 

Bullish Harami Pattern

 

 

With price showing the Bears in control, finally the Bulls summon their strength to form the Harami Candle, a bit of a struggle shown from the long wick but then finally the Bulls have control take price way up to a Bull run.

 

 

Bullish Harami Pattern

 

In this example, the Bears had control in a small trend for a little while before the Bulls came straight back with a Bullish Harami to take control and to take price where they wanted it.

 

Bullish Harami Pattern

 

 

 

A good of the Bullish Harami Pattern, the Bears only had control for a short while before the Bulls came straight back to take control.

 

 

 

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