Separating Lines Bearish

The Separating Lines candlestick pattern has a bullish and bearish version, this description will reference the pattern’s bearish version.

The Separating Lines pattern appears very similar to the Meeting Lines pattern but behaves differently and uses different candle types.

According to Bulkowski, the bearish Separating Lines pattern acts as a bearish continuation pattern 63% of the time.

The bearish version occurs in the context of a down trend. The first candle should be a large full bodied bullish candle.

The next candle should be a large full bodied bearish candle that opens at the exact same open price as the bullish candle.

Although this candlestick pattern is fairly reliable and has a strong price breakout, it can be pretty hard to find this two candle pattern anywhere on your charts.

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