I'm trying the method of interpreting gaps over 'too many lines'.
I think perhaps I like this better as a simple grid of opposing forces / influences.
These were my notes (slightly edited):
The downward Schiff - I like the way the pair made it on crash recovery
from A to B, one 0.75 retracement to its opposite. The imperfect balance & symmetry of nature.
One can notice the gaps where the points of return upward are raised above the line levels.
Looking back at point B where the pair over a 52 hour period, attempted, hesitated and finally failed. Then look at what happened last night on the downward suction of a minor but sharp drop in the Nikkei. It didn't make it to the 0.75 retracement line, and so we have a clear gap. I read this as very significant.
I heard yesterday on the wires of a break out. I think the gap quite probably said no.
Looking at what I think may be a substantial dropping of the pair early part of next week, (especially if there are closures of large long positions, maybe even running into close today). This would be helped by a further collapse of the Nikkei.