Bearish Engulfing Patterns December 16 2015
WHAT IS A BEARISH ENGULFING PATTERN?
The bearish engulfing candlestick pattern is a two-bar candlestick pattern. In this pattern, the first bar is a modest up day and in the next day a larger down day follows. This suggests that at the start of the session buyers bid the stock up, and then sellers came in and sold it all the way back down again and then some.