If you haven’t read the first article in the series titled Basics of Manipulation Point SelectionIt is highly recommended that you do this first.
As we mentioned in the first article, selecting levels can be purely mechanical. These levels are clearly visible on the charts. They also have certain parameters that make it easy to judge which level is best. Parameters such moving to deeper level You can start by determining daily highs or lows. These are just a few examples of the mechanical choices that you might make when choosing levels.
You might need to make more discretionary decisions in certain situations. We will discuss these options and show you how to use them to choose better manipulation points.
Choose the Stronger Level
This is the primary idea that I use when Selecting manipulation points That is what I call the Stronger Level.
What does it mean to select the ‘stronger level?’ As our…