K-FX wrote:Yep it's a fair point, MO.
So if I observe your annotations I can comment in hindsight as follows.
During Asia price attempted twice to breakout above the prior day high and was sold off.
Although there was a break higher during London to trigger the breakout long and make a new high for today, the pattern of the Asian sell off continued and price was promptly sold.
All that I am saying is that you can play Chess by simply learning how the pieces move but you can't get really far against a skilled opponent without making observations and mentally seeing the path to success.
Similar to Chess, you have standard: opening moves, reactionary moves, fighting for control of certain areas, etc.
There is no best move, just moves that are better than others.