What does the yin line of bare feet mean? The barefoot yin line is a shadow entity with a shadow. The closing price is the lowest price of the day. After the market opened, the buyer had a slight advantage, and the stock price rose to a certain extent, but the selling pressure was heavy. The short side took advantage of the situation to suppress, so that the stock price finally closed at a negative line.
Generally speaking, if the barefoot yin line appears in the low price area, it indicates that the buyers are beginning to accumulate upside energy, but the sellers still have the advantage.
If there is a bare footed yin line in the high price area, it indicates that the buyer’s upside energy has been exhausted, the seller’s short-selling energy continues to increase, and takes the initiative, and the market may reverse here.