A high wave candlestick is considered a price reversal but is not associated with a specific direction. As a standard rule if the body is black it is taken as bearish, while if it is white it is treated as bullish.
A counter attack line happens when there’s a price gap between the close and open of two sessions. The “counter attack” fully reverses the gap taking the price back to the close of the previous session.
The doji is a special type of candlestick pattern that can signal a changing market. We can use this pattern to try to understand the sentiment and to recognize times when the market strength is switching between buyers and sellers.