The bullish separating lines is a two-line bullish continuation pattern.
On the first day a long black candle is formed that is followed by a long white one. The two candles have the same opening price, however the stock price moves to different direction until the end of each day.
The white candle should not have a lower wick, which means that the price cannot drop below the opening price. Although they share the same opening price, the two candles of the pattern separate by moving in opposite directions.
Presence on markets
This pattern is very rare, however the longer the candlesticks, the more reliable the signal.
Like many other candlestick patterns bullish separating lines has a bearish cousin: bearish separating lines.
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