Downside Tasuki Gap
The Downside Tasuki Gap is a bearish continuation pattern represented by three candles. During a downtrend, the first candle is decreasing and is followed by another red candle that has made a gap between both candles. The third candle is increasing and closes within the previous gap. At some point, the bearish pressure is so big, probably due to traders are selling off their positions, that the price makes a gap between two candles. After the first two decreasing candles that made the gap, the price is relatively cheap, which makes traders take long positions and push the price up. The third candle of the pattern increases and is likely to push the price higher or even initiate a new uptrend. Then, this pattern would signal a buy in your strategy.