And by the way, did you guess my trading plan for USDJPY yet?
For continuations, where the TS/KS cross is very successful, unfortunately, it is also very very late. My method gets you in much much earlier and with much better RR.
The TS/KS cross does have other useful contributions however.
All 5 of the candles you point to are swing lows with long shadows, and all are below the TS of course.
But those candles were not he candle to initially break the TS.
Is the criteria for picking a trend pivot something like "a price extreme that occurs after the price has crossed the TS in the direction of the larger trend"?
Also what is the story behind the diagonal lines drawn out from the bottom of all of those candles? The angles are haphazard, so it's not a fixed-time thing.
Sorry, just not very clear on this slide, but it feels like you are finally talking about some deeper things here.
The arrows refer to the trendlines that were broken and their resemblance to the TS ... and not the candles they are pointing to
This slide explains how the TS is actually a trendline that you can use to re-enter after a retracement once it is broken
I hope it is clear now
Good to see you back