1) Use higher timeframes to determine the trend. Look for the entry point in smaller timeframes.
3) “Zone Change” is a price movement designed to accumulate and preserve volumes.
In this phase it is worth looking for entry points.
4) “Stop hunting” usually consists of three movements that occur in a short time.
The low of the day serves as a signal point as to where the reversal will occur.
2) The second zone change serves as the starting point. taking of earnings.
5) The penetration of each accumulation zone is a potential entry point.
6) “Market maker spread” – the maximum and minimum of the initial channel. Usually this value is between 25 and 50 points.
The consolidation completion time depends on the volume of HOD/LOD captured during the hunt.
It is difficult to determine. We don’t know how long it will take a major player to get into position and we don’t know how much volume he needs.
A) From time to time, the move will be without consolidation, as the accumulated volume is too large, so a V-shaped bottom can form.
B) Volume buildup always takes a different time, so sometimes it will take longer to build up than usual.
C) Accumulation may take longer, so a wide zone is formed, after which the move to the second stop (accumulation zone) will begin.