Bearish engulfing pattern

A bearish engulfing pattern is pictured as a positive candlestick followed by a negative candlestick that totally covers the entire height of the smaller candlestick. This pattern signifies a build up of bearish sentiment since the pull down is much stronger than the way up.


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