As the Primary MIDAS Support Curve S1 was penetrated through a strong bearish engulfing
signal, crossing below the T-Line and taking out the demand, a MIDAS RESISTANCE
Curve (R1) was launched from its high. Price now made its way down to recent lows creating an exhaustion to the upside as well as being in oversold territory, indicating that the price is turning back up to test the R1 Curve. Now is a good time to close all current short positions and take profits until we see bearish
conformation and a close below the R1 Curve. Conformation of that the bears are taking back control would reflect in a bearish candlestick
formation and a close back BELOW
the T-Line on the lower time frames, which in turn leads to price ending up closing below the R1 Curve on the daily time frame. Once and if this occurs, it is then safe to go short until we see price showing signs of closing back above the T-Line.
Additional: Another great indication of price being contain within the R1 Curve can be seen on OBV ( On Balance Volume
). If price is making higher highs on the 4 hr
chart and OBV is not, then it is certain that price will be contained for further momentum to the downside or AT LEAST a reaction to the downside.