Now that your mind knows what it is looking for, you need to do one last thing. . .take all of those lines off of your chart
20 years ago I'd use this type of chart to track the progress of a live trade throughout the day;
the entries were made using a daily chart, and the decision to hold, add, or sell was based on this intraday chart.
I didn't have all day to sit around plotting prices so my charts would have looked like this 30 minute chart:
Am I making money, losing money, should I add, or should I get out?
I would not have cared what happened on the 23rd, that is what the daily chart is for.
Last pic of the day:
body to green, body to green, forming last zone:
"I had operated simply on the basis of my daily telegram, which gave me my perspective. It showed me the way my stocks were behaving. There were no other influences, because I did not see or hear anything else." - Nicolas Darvas