Lines are then drawn on the graph to visually display the extreme price levels, which can be useful for any confirmation of buy and sell signals, Stop Loss and Take Profit, Trend Filter (to visually understand if the trend is bullish or bearish)
A potentially effective trading strategy could involve identifying buy and sell signals near the extreme price level lines drawn by the indicator. This approach can be used to try to improve the accuracy of your trading signals and make more informed decisions. For example:
When you receive a buy or sell signal based on the dojis and rectangles generated by the indicator, check whether the price is also near one of the extreme price level lines. If you are receiving a buy signal and notice that the current price is near a low of the lower level line, this may further confirm the buying opportunity, as the price is near a significant resistance level. On the contrary, if the sell signal was close to a maximum price level it could confirm an excellent short entry.
It is also possible to use the boxes as reference points to set the stop loss and take profit levels. If you are entering a buy position, you might consider setting your stop loss just below an upper line of the last box. Additionally, you may want to set your take profit near a higher price level if you are looking to maximize profits. This will help manage risks and protect your capital.
In true TradingView spirit, the author of this script has published it open-source, so traders can understand and verify it. Cheers to the author! You may use it for free, but reuse of this code in a publication is governed by House Rules. You can favorite it to use it on a chart.