B: There we got our up bar, this bar confirms the demand seen in the previous bar. Also look at the spike to the down side and how the low is lower than the previous bar encouraging more selling by the public. This bar got a high , but not too much.
C: Up bar with narrow spread and less than the previous two bars, this bar shows a clear no demand bar, wee need confirmation of this bar by a down bar in the future.
D: Up bar with average spread and low (but not less than the previous two), this bar confirms that there is still demand in the market because the increase of .
E: Down bar with average-wide spread closing almost level with average . this bar for me shows demand, because the close almost to level, if it was near the low of the bar it indicates supply present.
F: Down bar with average spread closing at the low of the bar with average , this is how a weak bar looks, this bar shows some supply present at the market in the same zone where we seen a test in the background. We will need test in the future to expect higher prices.
G: A classic supply coming in bar. Up bar with wide spread closing off the high, with ultra high . This bar confirms the supply seen in the past bar because we now know that some group of professionals are selling in this zone, if the seen in this bar where demand why the bar closes off the high? this is clear. We need a next bar down to confirm this weakness. And you can expect future testing.
H: Down bar average spread closing at the low with average that confirms the weakness seen in the previous bar.
I: No demand bar, this bar with the supply seen in the background add to the weakness. You need a next bar up to confirm this weakness.
J: Down bar with wide spread closing at the middle with average , this bar confirms the weakness in the past bar but also shows some demand when the market approach the low of the bar A,B and G, so be aware, you will need no demand or other SOW to breakout this .
K: Countermanding bar, this bar shows the strenght seen in the bottom of the past bar, so now we have supply that not let the market go up and demand that not let the market breakout the support line of A, expect a flat market in the future.
L: Upthrust bar, down bar with wide spread closing at or near the lows with high , this bar shake-out the buyers, because you got a false breakout of the high of E and G bars, so, buyers rush to buy and the professionals sells fast enough to bring the price down. This bar need a next bar down.
M: Absorption , up bar with wide spread clossing off the highs with ultra high , why this bar is not a weak bar with all that present? because it closes higher than the close of the previous 12 bars, it breakout the resistency on those bars. You need a next bar up to confirm the demand anyway.
Ñ: Test bar, this is the bar that we expect when we got that amount of volume coming in that absorption bar. Wait for a confirmation in the next bar.
O: This bar doesnt confirm the test in the previous bar because the low volume and the close off the high, it looks like a no demand bar even, expect a flat market in the future.
P: Down bar with low volume showing some demand in the market, this is another test bar, and need to be confirmed by a next bar up.
Q: Down bar with average spread closing ath the lows with average volume, this bar simply doesnt confirm the demand, and also add some supply to the market because the increase of volume seen in down bars.
R: Vital bar in this chart. Down bar with narrow spread closing almost level with ultra high volume, this bar shows serious demand in the market because the close, also, you can check the volume compared with the volume seen in our previous climatic bars in the same zone and you can see how it is decreasing. Expect a up bar in the future.
S: Down bar with narrow spread closing almost level with decreasing volume, this is a clear test bar, expect a next bar up.
T: Up bar with wide spread closing at the high with volume less than the previous two bar, why this is not a no demand bar? because 2 things: it is a wide spread bar, not a narrow spread. And it closes higher than the high of the previous two bars (one of then climatic). So you now have a confirmation of the test.
U: Up bar wide spread closing at the high with increase of volume, breaking out the resistency line of the high of bar A. This bar is very bullish.
V: Final bar, a up one with narrow spread and low volume, this bar shows lack of professional interest in higher prices, so expect a flat market in the future and a re-test of the support line (the high of the bar A).