Doji

Doji,

Definition of Doji:

Dodge, more precisely Dodge, is the name of a session in which the safety candle is practically the same opening and closing and is usually part of the pattern. A double candle light looks like a cross, inverted cross, or plus sign. Dodge is a neutral design in itself, which also comes in a variety of designs.

  • Dodge is the name of a session in which the safety candle has almost the same opening and closing and is usually part of the pattern.
  • Dodge is a neutral design in itself, which also comes in a variety of designs.
  • There are three main types of doji shapes: head stones with long legs and dragon flies.