Harami means “conception” or “pregnant” in Japanese.
The first candlestick is seen as the “mother” with a large real body that completely enclosing or embodies the smaller second candlestick, creating the appearance of a pregnant mother.
A Doji is formed when the close price and the high price are the same or very close.
This small body size indicates indecision and uncertainty in the market.
A Doji with long shadows has a greater significance than a Doji with short shadows.
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