Inside Bar:

An “inside bar” is a candlestick pattern that forms when the current candlestick’s entire price range (both the high and low) is contained within the high and low of the previous candlestick. 

In other words, the current candlestick is “inside” the previous one. 

It represents a period of consolidation or indecision in the market and is often seen as a potential reversal or continuation signal, depending on the context.

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