※ Since indicators do not refresh, you may view an active version of the chart here — https://www.tradingview.com/e/uGwzXJ0V/ — to see it vindicates the accuracy of the predicted support levels.
•The sharp crashes which occur after a bubble has peaked tend to first exhibit a significant recovery/pullback rally prior to the second/subsequent further major drops before interim bottom. What I show again here is that you can tell when that second crash has recovered because the relative percentage of increase will be at least as large as it was in the case of the first one. I've shown the pairs of them above in red and green, respectively.
•What also tends to be the case is that once this 'bottom' has been established it acts as support against further RSI-crashing below that point, as well as that once the recovery level is exceed that will act as a secondary support as well.
•There is an approximately 252±17.5–day cycle of the intra-bubble bottoms, as measure from their peaks.
I also believe that a larger 'double-bubble' structure adheres to an approximately 448–day cycle, I call an "EPOCH", over which the degree of exponential growth accelerates. See my linked chart "EPOCH 3: A 60-Week–Long Bubblecast" for further insights.
Note: As with all my charts, these findings are statistical. I do not pretend to have any insider information or special knowledge of market psychology which should contribute additional meaning to these observations.
I think you are confusing yourself. I tried to make the basics clear in the chart, as well as in the description in the previous idea of mine that this is based on, which is linked to this idea above, in the "Related Ideas" section. If you read these, they should answer your questions.
•The red horizontal bars indicate the uncertainty surrounding the bottoms (illustrated by vertical bars), giving the time-frame in which the intra-bubble lows occur, which is the whole point.