A harami cross is a trend indicated by a large candlestick followed by a Doji that is located within the top and bottom of the candlestick's body.
A bullish harami cross indicates that a downtrend is likely to reverse.
Bullish Harami Cross is a bullish reversal pattern. It appears in a downtrend.
In this pattern, a long black candle appears, followed by a Doji. This pattern is considered to be more significant than the Bullish Harami Pattern.
In this pattern, on the first day, a long black candle appears in a downtrend. The next day, it is followed by a Doji, which is completely engulfed by the previous large black candle.
Strategy: Next day confirmation (though not required) in the form of a white candle, large gap up or a higher close confirms the bottom and can be used to initiate long positions or liquidate short positions.