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Bullish Harami Pattern 1 10 2017

A bullish harami is a candlestick chart pattern in which a large candlestick is followed by a smaller candlestick whose body is located within the vertical range of the larger body. The bullish harami is a downtrend or bearish candlestick (red) engulfing a small bullish candlestick (green), giving a sign of a reversal of the downward trend. Since the bullish harami indicates the bearish trend may be reversing, it may be a good time to enter into a long position.
SymbolNameExchangeSectorIndustrySCTRUniverseCloseVolume
TWOTwo Harbors Investment Corp.NYSEFinancialMortgage REITs54.1mid8.823204875
ALLAllstate Corp.NYSEFinancialProperty-Casualty Insurance57.7lrg73.752350036
MURMurphy Oil Corp. Holding Co.NYSEEnergyIntegrated Oil & Gas29.7lrg30.82254615
RLPolo Ralph Lauren Corp.NYSECyclicalsClothing & Accessories2.8lrg87.941722980
MTWManitowoc Co, Inc.NYSEIndustrialCommercial Vehicles39.7sml5.81423373
AVTAvnet, Inc.NYSETechnologyElectrical Components65.4mid46.971281119
FANGDiamondback Energy, Inc.NASDEnergyOil Equipment & Services59.4mid102.71984331

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