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Three-Bar Inside Bar Patern

Author: Johnan Prathap TASC March 2011

The typical inside bar two-bar view indicates minimal activity in a market. It is defined as a bar (or series of bars) that is completely within the range of the preceding bar; that is, it has a higher low and lower high than the bar immediately before it. Some traders consider a bar an inside bar if the high and low are equal to the previous bar or where there are several consecutive bars within the range of a previous bar.
Many analysts tend to view inside bars as an indication of declining market activity, or possibly a prelude to a large movement in either direction.
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