Scenario 1) Price continues to trade within the D1 Channel. In this case, there is no directional bias yet until either Scenario 2 or Scenario 3 occurs. While waiting for either scenario to happen, you can likely sell at the top of the channel while buying at the bottom of the channel.
Scenario 2) Price touches 1 (RZ1) and shows a huge rejection. This could potentially give price the momentum it requires to break the lower channel. This will result in a directional bias. In this scenario, you can potentially sell when it shows very clear sign that it is unable to break RZ1 (E.g. Multiple long upper wicks rejecting from RZ1)
Scenario 3) Price breaks RZ1, moves towards 2 (RZ2), and shows a huge rejection by RZ2. In this scenario, there could be 2 sub-scenarios. In sub-scenario 1, the price can move towards RZ1 and later try to retest RZ2 again. In sub-scenario, the rejection could potentially give it enough momentum to break RZ1 as well and moves towards the downside. Either way, if scenario 3 happens, further analysis based on lower timeframes will be required before a directional bias can be determined.
Scenario 4) Price breaks both RZ1 and RZ2. In this case, it is definitely a bias. If you are not in a trade by the time RZ2 is broken, no trade should be entered. Wait for a new to be formed before taking a trade.
Point 5 To Take Note) Take note of divergences on Crossover. It could give you possible hints where prices will go.
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