long-legged doji

Definition

A pattern on a trading chart consisting of a short horizontal with long upper and lower shadows of equal length that depicts indecision in the market. The pattern is formed when prices trade well above and well below the opening price and then close at the same level of the opening price indicating a lack of direction.
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