@chargill, Yep, I put my trigger at the bullish reversal bar. It is a special bar that takes place near support levels. Its low should be LOWER than the low of the previous bar and it close should be HIGHER than the previous bar's close. The first green bar in the bottom is a great example of a reversal bar. I also pay attention to the Reward to risk Ratio. If the risk to reward becomes not favourable to me than I stay away even if I have all the confirmation for price to move higher. In this case the opportunity was still good and I entered at a worse-than-initially-expected price.