To have a stop at the extreme is to trade a chart and to have a stop within the range of a candle on said chart is to trade a smaller chart.
The act of trading is simply moving stops (hopefully because you are adding size) and making that final decision to liquidate.
In order to hold for large pips you have to have position on large charts & your stops have to stay outside of the gyrations of smaller charts.
Notice that I didn't say anything yet about what the large chart is doing, simply that you hold the extreme.
You start by trading aggressively (adding size) away from an extreme based on your small charts (M2 & M30, M5 & M15, whatever) with an allowance of no more than 1 counter trade for every 2 trades away from the extreme; too many CT trades and your chance of missing the move skyrockets.
Next you reduce your size and move your stop to the location it would be had you been trading based on the large chart all along.
And from there you add size to move along the extremes of the larger chart...
here is a basic example:
Note that it would have worked equally as well had you gone short from the high extreme of the prev. candle.
1) multiday extremes
2) Small Charts
3) Add Size
4) Unwind Positions / move SL to a better location on large chart
5) Add Size based on new chart