A Doji candlestick is formed when the market opens and bullish traders push prices up while bearish traders reject the higher price and push it back down. It could also be that bearish traders try to push prices as low as possible, and bulls fight back and get the price back up. In other words, the market has explored upward and downward options but then ‘rests’ without committing to either direction.
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