Shooting Star

A shooting star occurs after an advance and indicates the price could start falling.
The formation is bearish because the price tried to rise significantly during the day, but then the sellers took over and pushed the price back down toward the open.
Traders typically wait to see what the next candle (period) does following a shooting star . If the price declines during the next period they may sell or short.
If the price rises after a shooting star , the formation may have been a false signal or the candle is marking a potential resistance area around the price range of the candle.

Script = Tech Mahindra
Time Frame = 15 min


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