- The price moving up or down is usually correlated with the lines of my ToW indicator being above or below 0 (you can hover in the chart above over previous bars to confirm).
- The green lines in the 2nd pane from the top and purple lines in the other panes are the swing line (it often swings up and down from one bar to the next around its moving average).
- The rest of the lines are the direction lines (they show the expected direction or trend).
- The ideal setup is for the trend to be one way (let's say on the up side of 0, preferably pointing up as well) and the swing line to be the other way (to be on the down side of its moving average, the red line). Thus the purple, swing line will likely swing back to be on the same side of its moving average as the are on the side of the 0 line (unless the trend breaks down). This is like buying during dips on a strong uptrend.
- In addition to that I'm also looking for potential divergence between the top pane lines (ToW-D) and the price which may indicate a reversal.
Analysis (for 1 day chart on left):
- The direction lines are below 0 and mostly trending down which means the price trend is down.
- The swing (purple) lines are high, indicating being oversold (one the one-bar time frame).
Conclusion: USO is expected to fall today.
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