The Harami Cross Bearish is a bearish reversal pattern represented by two candles.

During an uptrend, the first candle keeps increasing and has a long body. The second candle is a Doji.

The difference between this pattern and the Harami Bearish is the second candle. Instead of being a small-bodied candle, now it is a Doji.

The pattern’s first candle is long and barely has wicks. However, the Doji creates a small gap, which means that the uptrend is not as strong as before.

As the Harami Bearish, it shows signs of weakness in an ongoing uptrend, which probably will lead to a bearish movement right after the pattern or after some periods. Therefore, this pattern would signal a sell when appears in a chart.