Falling Three MethodsTechnical Analysis
The falling three methods is the inverse of the rising three methods, a five-day continuation pattern that only appears in a downtrend. The first day is a long black body, displaying a downturn in share price. The next two to four days are small white candles, rising in share price. The last day is another long black candle. After that day, the price resumes downward movement, confirming the pattern.
Much like the rising three methods, the inside days must be between the two long black days. They must ascend in a stepping order. There can be more or less days between them. These candles may also be doji, displaying indecision.
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