After your initial entry your 'chart window' expands with the current price and can only collapse to x (your stop).
Adding size moves 'x' closer to the current price (think trailing stop) to normalize risk and so
trading the large chart is simply placing and trailing a stop loss.
I explain things as they appear in my head, I am sure there is someone who can come up with a better example
That's interesting I came across a post in NLA where you was saying something similar about your teaching skills.
I find that my usage of BDP, WDL, ZL, Candle closing over something, and
profit cushion suit me the best from your teachings. Well I also look at a
Texas hold'em tournament style of money management.
You know in January take out $1000 to buy in and winner takes all...8 man satellite
Then roll the winnings and put $4000 into the next 8 man, $32,000 winner takes all.<edited
Then buy into a $5000 game, etc ,etc.
There are many Mightyone-isms that I go by