The Harami is also a reversal pattern. Bullish Haramis reverse down trends and Bearish
Haramis reverse up trends. See the example of a Bullish Harami below. It has a long
bearish candle followed by a small bodied candle that is contained within the body
of the former candle. It indicates the downward momentum may be drying up and that
the trend may be reversing. This one also happens to be confirmed by a double bottom
which we’ll refer to later on.
The Bearish Harami is found at the top of an up move and is a reversal signal. See
the chart below.