Candlestick Patterns | Bearish Tweezer

Bearish Tweezer

The tweezers candlestick pattern is a formation that always involves two candles. At a tweezers top, the high price of two nearby sessions are identical, or very nearly so. Conversely, a tweezers bottom occurs when the low price of two sessions are nearly identical.

How to identify

  1. 1st day consists of a long white body candle.
  2. 2nd day consists of a short body candle that has a high equal to the prior day’s high.

Psychology

The price action has trended upward then 2 consecutive days of equal highs signal resistance. This could signal a short term top is forming.

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