Bearish Engulfing TCS

A bearish engulfing pattern is a technical chart pattern that signals lower prices to come. The pattern consists of an up (white or green) candlestick followed by a large down (black or red) candlestick that eclipses or "engulfs" the smaller up candle.

Bearish Engulfing Potential Sell Signal:

Three ways for selling using the Bearish Engulfing Pattern from most aggressive to most conservative:

1. A Aggressive trader might sell at the close of candle

2. If there is a substantial increase in volume that accompanies the large move downward in price, a trader might view this as an even stronger indication to sell. Also, a trader might sell after the Bearish Engulfing Pattern occurs; by waiting until the next candle to sell, a trader is trying to verify that the bearish reversal pattern is for real and was not just a one candle occurrence. In the chart of TCS , trader would probably entered after the Bearish Engulfing Pattern because the selling continued. Usually trader’s wait for other signals, such as a price break below the upward support line (see: Resistance), before entering a sell order. However, in the case of TCS in chart, the Bearish Engulfing Pattern occurred at the same time as the trendline break below support.

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