3 insideup 3 inside down pattern

“A bullish reversal pattern depicted by three candlesticks, Three Inside Up has the first candle stick long and bearish, the second, bullish – that closes at least at the midpoint of the first candle – and the third is a bullish candle that closes above the opening price of the first candle, creating a new high. On the other side of the trend, we can find the opposite signal known as the Three Inside Down. In the first session is a long bullish candle, in the second session is a bearish candle that closes at least at the midpoint of the first – and the third candle is the actual reversal which closes below the first candle‚Äôs opening price, confirming reversal.


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