Weak reversal candlesticks patterns

Harami

1.  The 1st day is a long black day.
2. The 2nd day is a short day whose body is
engulfed by the 1st day's body.

Harami cross

1.  The 1st day is a long black day.
2. The 2nd day is a doji day that is engulfed by
the 1st day's body.
Meeting lines

1.  1st day is a long black day.
2. 2nd day is a long white day and closes at the 1st
day's close.
Belt Hold
1.  Long white day where the open is equal to the
low.
2. No lower shadow.

Tweezer bottom
1.  1st day consists of a long body candle.
2. 2nd day consists of a short body candle that has
a low equal to the prior day's low.
3. The color of each candle body is not considered
in the matching of this pattern.

Harami
1.  The 1st day is a long white day.
2. The 2nd day is a short day whose body is
engulfed by the 1st day's body.
Harami cross
1.  The 1st day is a long white day.
2. The 2nd day is a doji day that is engulfed by the
1st day's body.
Meeting lines
1.  1st day is a long white day.
2. 2nd day is a long black day and closes at the 1st
day's close.

Belt Hold
1.  Long black day where the open is equal to the
high.
2. No upper shadow.
Tweezer Top
1.  1st day consists of a long body candle.
2. 2nd day consists of a short body candle that has
a high equal to the prior day's high.
3. The color of each candle body is not considered
in the matching of this pattern.
Upside Gap Two Crows
1.  1st day is a long white day.
2. 2nd day is black and gaps above the 1st day.
3. 3rd day is black and opens above and engulfs
the 2nd day.
4. 3rd day closes above the close of the 1st day

Three Black Crows
1.   Three consecutive black days with lower closes
each day.
2. Each day opens within the body of the previous
day.
Advance Block

1.  Three consecutive white days with higher closes
each day.
2. Each day opens within the previous body.
3. Each day displays deterioration of the upward
move as shown with the long upper shadows on
the 2nd and 3rd days.