All the lines on here were merely to test for angle speeds. I set the chart up so arc swings would work better ie. TBT
and hit...but not always. At the top of the chart they matched. There are 2 channel sizes. The bigger one has no background. Right now it's BB...maybe a top or at least UP. The thick red lines are long term intersections. There is an aqua blue line attached to the last price that goes to the intersection and tells you (by my estimation) how many days to that top). That's a good drop point at that intersection. I still have to work on the 15 min. For the next 24 hrs. I would guess there's not much steam left. It's not the final angle anyway...so there will be some moving over to get to the intersection top. I think maybe either touch the red line or probably drop a bit first.
The chart is set on LOCK. If you want to keep the arc settings leave it...otherwise look at the angle speeds then delete the mess so you have only 2 or 3 angles that you know are the common speeds. That's what the line mess is about...backtesting.
So what you do is find the short term consistent angle speed for the immediate acceleration to the top or bottom...then find an intersecting shallower angle if you can. It gives an idea of a meeting point. These angles will usually shoot from real points.
Good luck and I hope you win