Corak Candlestick Bearish Engulfing dianggap sebagai corak pembalikan bearish, biasanya terjadi di bahagian atas aliran menaik. Corak terdiri daripada dua Candlesticks:
The Bearish Engulfing Candlestick Pattern is considered to be a bearish reversal pattern, usually occuring at the top of an uptrend. The pattern consists of two Candlesticks:
- Lilin Bullish Lebih Kecil (Hari 1)
- Lilin Bearish Lebih Besar (Hari 2)
- Smaller Bullish Candle (Day 1)
- Larger Bearish Candle (Day 2)
Secara amnya, badan sebenar candle bullish Day 1 terkandung di dalam badan candle bearish sebenar pada Day 2.
Generally, the bullish candle real body of Day 1 is contained within the real body of the bearish candle of Day 2.
Jurang pasaran (biasanya ditafsirkan sebagai tanda kenaikkan harga) pada Hari 2; bagaimanapun, kenaikan harga tidak bergerak jauh lebih tinggi sebelum penurunan harga dan kenaikan harga ke bawah, bukan sahaja mengisi jurang dari pembukaan pagi tetapi juga mendorong harga di bawah pembukaan hari sebelumnya (dilihat sebagai tanda penurunan harga).
The market gaps up (typically interpreted as a bullish sign) on Day 2; however, the bulls do not push very far higher before bears take over and push prices further down, not only filling in the gap down from the morning’s open but also pushing prices below the previous day’s open (viewed as a bearish sign).
Dengan Corak Bullish Engulfing, terdapat perubahan sentimen yang luar biasa dari jurang kenaikkan harga di tempat terbuka, hingga lilin badan sebenar bearish yang ditutup pada tahap terendah. Beruang berjaya mengatasi lembu pada hari tersebut dan mungkin untuk beberapa tempoh berikutnya.
With the Bullish Engulfing Pattern, there is an incredible change of sentiment from the bullish gap up at the open, to the large bearish real body candle that closed at the lows of the day. Bears have successfully overtaken bulls for the day and possibly for the next few periods.
Carta di bawah saham Verizon (VZ) menunjukkan contoh dua Pola Penurunan Bearish yang berlaku pada akhir aliran menaik:
The chart below of Verizon (VZ) stock shows an example two Bearish Engulfing Patterns occuring at the end of uptrends:
Bearish Engulfing Potential Sell Signal
Three methodologies for selling using the Bearish Engulfing Pattern are listed below in order of most aggressive to most conservative:
- A trader might sell at the close of Day 2. If there is a substantial increase in volume that accompanies the large move downward in price (see: Volume), a trader might view this as an even stronger indication to sell.
- Also, a trader might sell on the day after the Bearish Engulfing Pattern occurs; by waiting until the next day to sell, a trader is trying to verify that the bearish reversal pattern is for real and was not just a one day occurance. In the chart above of Verizon, a trader would probably entered on the day 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: Support & Resistance), before entering a sell order. However, in the case of Verizon above, the Bearish Engulfing Pattern occured at the same time as the trendline break below support.
An example of what usually occurs intra-day during a Bearish Engulfing Pattern is presented on the next page.
Intra-day Bearish Engulfing Pattern
The following 15-minute chart of Verizon (VZ) is of the 2-day period comprising the Bearish Engulfing Pattern example on the prior page:
Day 1: As is seen in the chart above, Day 1 was an up day, closing near the day’s high (bullish sentiment).
Day 2: The open was a gap up, a very bullish sign; nevertheless, the bulls ran out of buying pressure and prices fell the rest of the day, closing near the day’s lows (bearish sentiment) and lower than Day 1’s lows.
The Bearish Engulfing Pattern’s opposite is the Bullish Engulfing Pattern (see: Bullish Engulfing Pattern).