The Shooting Star Candlestick Pattern is a bearish reversal pattern. It usually occurs at the end of an uptrend. 

Characteristics of Shooting Star Candlestick: Long upper shadow  A small real body A little or no lower shadow:  

What does a Shooting Star Pattern Indicate? It indicates a warning sign that the uptrend may be coming to an end.  

How to Use Shooting Star Candlestick Pattern for Trading

Identify the pattern:  Look for candlesticks with a long upper shadow, a small real body near the low, and little to no lower shadow. 

Consider the market pattern:  The pattern is stronger after a strong uptrend and weaker during consolidation.

Look for the confirmation:  Look for additional bearish indicators like downward price movement or increased selling volume.

Screeners to Use to Find Shooting Star Candlestick Pattern 

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