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Three Black Crows Candlestick

A bearish reversal pattern made of three red (or black) consecutive long-bodied candlesticks indicating the end of an uptrend. These candlesticks should not have long shadows and should preferably open within the body of the preceding candle in the pattern. For reference, a candlestick is green (or white) when price closes above the opening price, indicating that equities are advancing; a candlestick is red (or black) when price closes below the opening price, indicating that equities are falling.

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