Bearish Separating Lines

Bearish Separating lines is a two-candle pattern that appears in the downtrend. The first candle is a bullish candlestick pattern and the second candle is a bearish candlestick formation. The open price of both the candlestick patterns are same.

Theoretically, the opening price of both the candlestick formations should be the same in this pattern. Practically, we must allow the marginal difference between both and focus on the essence of the pattern.

Higher volume in the second candle of the pattern indicates more Bearishness. The prices are expected to continue to remain Bearish after forming the Bearish separating lines pattern.

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