Day 1 - Trading plan

Step 1

Method: choose the trading method of Price Action:

  • Follow the trend
  • Going against the trend
  • Trading within the range
  • Trading breakout/pattern

Risk management: determine total capital

Emotions: Prepare a transaction log

Step 2

Method: choose the tool to use:

  • Average line
  • Volume
  • Trend line

Risk management: the maximum acceptable amount of risk per trade (eg 2%)

Emotions: Thinking about what to do when a trade loses.

Step 3

  • Method: Select time frame: D1 is the most optimal, H4 or H1 can be selected
  • Risk management: No
  • Emotions: start to notice emotions when entering & exiting orders

Step 4
  • Method: Choose a market to trade: crypto, stock, commodity
  • Risk Management: Determine what to do with profit: withdraw or keep in account
  • Emotions: avoid emotional entry
Step 5
  • Method: identify entry and stop loss & take profit
  • Risk management: calculate the order volume
  • Emotions: forget the trade after entering
Day 2 - Understand the market structure

Market structure

Market structure is what helps us to identify a trend accurately and objectively. Without using an indicator, the market structure will immediately answer the question: "should buy or sell" in just a few seconds looking at the chart.

The market structure is the set of low peaks of the price waves forming a meaningful trend.

An uptrend is defined when the price forms a higher high than the previous high and a higher low than the previous low.

A downtrend is defined when the price forms a lower high and a lower low than the previous low.

Just missing one of the two above conditions, we consider the market has no trend and cannot trade.

A trading strategy for a trending market is different from a sideways or trending market. When looking at the chart, the first thing you need to do is identify immediately that the market is trending? If yes, what?

If the chart you are looking at does not clearly show the market structure, minimize it to see more bars.

For example, analyze the following chart market structure:

Since the first points, A and B are completed, we determine that this chart has an uptrend, because B is a high higher than the previous high, and A is a higher low than the previous low. The price zone between the AB pairs is the entry area for traders who follow a pullback strategy (enter orders when the price returns). In a healthy trend, the price will create waves to return to the AB area, the moment the price surpasses the peak B, we confirm that the uptrend is continuing.

From point A1, the price surpasses peak B to create peak B1, so from this point, A1B1 will determine the continuing trend of the market. The price continuously moves sideways in this area. If it goes over B1, we confirm the continuation trend, if it goes down to A1, we confirm the termination trend.

Remember that an uptrend end does not mean reversal. The reversal occurs only when the market forms a pair of lower highs and lower lows, confirming that a downtrend exists.

There will be cases where a downtrend has formed, but the previous uptrend has not ended. Then still not allowed under the SELL strategy.

Day 3 - Price Action has the 3 most powerful entry strategies:

1- Enter an order when the price pulls back after breakout trades
2- Enter an order when there is a decline in supply/demand rejection trades
3- Enter an order at breakout trades

Example 1:

The numbers 1, 2, 3 correspond to the 3 strategies to enter by Price Action as above. In just 1 chart you can see many positions to enter, and each type of trader will have its own way of making profits. More importantly, you can choose only ONE TYPE. Do not be tempted to enter orders in many ways, you will only bring more losses.

This is because each strategy takes time to practice and challenge to create a mindset for the chart viewer. A breakout trader should only look for a breakout opportunity, and a pullback trader should only look for a pullback opportunity.

Example 2:

The price is in a strong uptrend until point 7 creates a Higher low, coinciding with point 5, making this area a stronger demand area. In order for the trend to change, the price needs to break and close below point 7 to create a lower low (LL), then the price needs to make a lower high (LH) point 8, which is in our order. the uptrend is broken, then the downtrend is established.

The price broke out at 46 and the breakout trader entered the position at 1. The price made a higher high at 8 but could not hold and reversed. Down to point 9, pullback traders jump in expecting the price to go up but only get up to 10 then fall. This is the first sign of weakness in the trend.

As soon as the price breaks the bottom 9, the breakout traders bought at 1 panic, and the pullback traders at 9 will panic. A fiery short may come here but remember that the price needs to surpass 7 to reverse the trend.

At 11, the price broke the uptrend, but not yet formed a downtrend, but it is only a matter of time. There is one more impedance that is the larger demand area below when it crosses this area the price will fall like a stone.

Day 4: Correct understanding of the Supply-Demand zone:

Example: BankNifty's market structure on a D1 chart for 1 year:

Just select the most important highs and lows and draw them, you will get a market structure and know what the trend is.

Master Price Action in 30 days - Support resistance

Also a BankNifty chart but we draw horizontal lines to identify support resistance. Notice the spikes and gaps:

Such a number of lines is enough to see the most important price zones on this chart.

However, on the market there is no perfection and 100% accuracy, and these horizontal lines are too "perfect". Price does not always react correctly at these lines, but sometimes it will react a little earlier, sometimes it is a bit skewed.

Yes, we need PRICE ZONE, not price. This is where supply and demand appear.

For example:

Note the red-green areas for space prices to "breathe" and move and still have high accuracy. Price has "memory" and they will remember that in an important area in the past it had a reaction, and will react in the future.

These regions are all "magnets", they have a price attraction. The stronger the price area, the stronger the reaction force after touching. Therefore, if the price hits the zone and reverses immediately, it is likely that the price will not break that zone. However, if the price hits the zone and continues to hold in that zone (below resistance / above support), without reversing, then the price is likely to break out. Watch for reversal candlestick signals around these zones.

Example 2:

Notice the last support zone break-and-retest occurs, ie a break and re-touch, when a support is broken, when it hits again it will act as resistance.

Example 3:

Notice that the 500, 800 circles are the most important regions.

It is not difficult to identify these zones, with the naked eye, we can select the support and resistances with the most price reactions + observe the break and retest phenomenon + the circular numbers to identify.

Day 5: Intensive Supply - Demand 

Mastering Price Action in 30 Days - Price action in supply and demand zones

We know that when we approach the supply-demand zone, the price can either respect that zone or penetrate it. To increase the likelihood of winning, we must know when the price will respect when the price will break that zone. The first rule is that the supply and demand area is determined to be strong enough, that is, there must be at least 2 bounces of the previous price.

Proficient in Price Action in 30 days - Determine the exact supply and demand zone

Here is how to accurately determine the strongest supply-demand zones, one should choose:
  1. Swing highs (swing highs/swing lows) are nearby
  2. The price zones have much rejection
  3. Price zones act as both support and resistance
  4. The price zones where the price starts to move further & further
  5. The price zones are being respected lately.

We can use the following additional elements to create confluence:
  1. Dynamic Resistance Support (MA / EMA 21, 50, 100, 200)
  2. The Trend line
  3. Fibonacci regression 38.2%, 50% or 61.8%
  4. The price reversal/rejection candles
  5. Zones from large frames (week/month/day)
Day 6: Multi-timeframe trading

Strategy description

This strategy will help you calculate the exact entry time using multiple timeframes. You will use the big frame to get the main signal and use the LOWER bracket to choose the right time to enter the order. Ideally, use 3 frames simultaneously with this setup, but you can use up to 4 frames if you can accept the noise and the 4th lowest frame rate.

Example: the set of 3 frames D1-H1-M15
  • Mainframe for signaling: D1
  • Lower frame for choosing the correct entry time: H1 and M15 (15 minutes)
You can use the other 3 timeframes as follows:
  • MN1 (1 month), W1, D1 (position trading)
  • W1, D1, H4 (swing trading)
  • D1, H4, H1 (swing - day trading);
  • H1, M15, M5 (day trading - scalping).
Price Action is still the foundation of this strategy.

Apply in any cases

This strategy works very well in the following cases:
  • Trend reversal trading: identifying early reversals;
  • Breakout: Enter the order after Breakout price goes out of important areas and regression;
  • Trend Continuation: Identify trades that follow the trend to eat the biggest wave.
So it can be said that this is a very versatile strategy, you can absolutely use it to trade with the trend as well as to reverse.

Purchase and sale conditions

On the large frame (D1), you will find:
  • Major trends and market structure (review day 2: market structure);
  • Important supply-demand zones (review day 4 and 5 for supply and demand)
Then define the following conditions on the H1 frame:
  • Breakout out of important supply-demand areas;
  • Prices rejection of important supply-demand areas.
BUY Conditions:
  • When the price fails to fall through but bounces off the demand zone, it closes above ema 21 above the lowest bracket (M15).
SELL Conditions:
  • When the price fails to break through but bounces off the supply zone, it closes below ema 21 above the lowest bracket (M15).
Volume can be used as a condition to filter out the best quality entries.

Stop loss:
  • For BUY orders, the stop loss must be below the previous demand or swing low;
  • With a SELL order, the stop loss must be on the previous supply or swing high.
  • After entering an order that the price goes right, it can drag the SL up / down to follow the price.
Take profit:
  • Take profit at the supply areas closest to the BUY order; at the bridge area closest to the SELL command.
  • Frame D1: There is a signal candle of 1 doji
  • Frame H1: price starts to rise above ema 21, switch to M15 for time entry;
  • Frame M15: price surpassed swing high before, entry BUY.
Day 7: How to exit the order to get the highest profit

Today we will go to the exit section - how to exit positions for maximum profit. Exiting orders is an important part because the profit you earn is from exiting orders. Do this part well, brothers will be invincible.

Many people have trouble escaping their orders, sometimes their entry point is excellent but the exit point is not good, making profits not high, even turning profits into losses. Knowing when to exit is even more important than entering an order.

We will go through 2 parts:
  1. How to determine the target of taking profit
  2. How to define SL and trailing stop
We'll use two ways to do the above:
  1. Use technical analysis
  2. Use the Risk: Reward ratio

Note: There is no correct way in all cases. Based on the trading style and the degree of risk tolerance, you can choose one of two ways that you find suitable for yourself. It is important that you feel comfortable with the method.

To keep things simple, in this article we will use the Risk: reward ratio method to figure out how to exit an order. Using technical analysis, you can rely on the following factors to find the best take profit position:
  1. Swing high or swing low before
  2. Supply/demand zone earlier
  3. Use ema 21 for trailing stop. With a buy order when the price closes below ema 21, exit the order, in contrast to a sell order
  4. Use the Fractal indicator to find fractal points
  5. The top or bottom of the previous day
  6. Pivots (calculated by formula) of day/week/month.

Now let's go through an example of the RR ratio:

Get the RR equal to 1: 2, which means that for each R risk, you expect to double return, i.e, 2R.
When you enter the command, the distance from your entry to the Sl is 1R. For example, BUY TSLA price 100, SL 95 with 110 targets is 1R risk to eat 2R.

There are 3 possibilities for this trade:
  1. Price moves to the target of taking profit
  2. Price does not move and move sideways for a period of time
  3. The price hits SL
The price moves to the take profit target, and on that path, when the price hits 1R profit, you can:
  1. Move Sl to breakeven (100) for the entire position
  2. Take 50% of your profit and keep SL (95)
  3. Take 50% of profit and move SL to breakeven (100)
All 3 options above have their own strengths & weaknesses and I understand that you know this. Brothers must choose 1 out of 3.

Price moves sideways in more than 10 candlesticks after entering the order. It is best to exit the breakeven order. Good orders are successful within the first 10 candlestick bars.

If the price hits SL, then the loss will only be released.

Day 8: How to surf the long waves

What is long-wave surfing

Longwave surfing is a method that helps you to profit from a long wave and can hold your position until that wave reverses. If you surf the wave on a large frame, you will not care about the daily position and keep that order until the trend reverses. The same rules apply to bullish and bearish trends.

How to define a new trend

Usually, a new trend will form after moving sideways or an accumulative price range. It means that the price moves to accumulate without trend in 1 period and then break to initiate a new trend. This range can last for 50, 100, 200 bars, or more depending on the timeframe you choose. Therefore, to identify the currency/stock pair with a new trend, you can find the top/bottom break out of the 50/100/200 of the previous candlestick, or the 52-week high/low.

If a stock/currency pair/commodity breaks the top/bottom of 50/100/200 days or 52 weeks, it is considered that it has just established a new trend.

This is the rule for the break order of the legendary Turtle Traders, led by Richard Dennis. They will buy when the price breaks the 52-week high, and sell when the price breaks the 52-week high.
Price after accumulation can be broken in any direction (up or down), we cannot know what it is but only reacts after it.

Another way is to find higher highs-higher highs or lower highs-lower lows. These are signs of a trend.

The trend also exists if the price respects the Ma 50/100/200. The larger the Ma line, the longer the trend.

Measure the strength of a trend

The measurement is as follows:
  • Strong Trend: Price did not touch/close below ema 10
  • Good trend: Price respects ema sugar 21
  • Weak trend: Prices often pass ema 10 & 21 and respect ema 50.

Momentum: Measured by the length of the bars. The longer the candle, the stronger the momentum, so the trend is likely to continue. Short and small bars have weak momentum and high reversal potential. As the reversal comes, you will see bars getting shorter and smaller, real bodies are very small, and candlesticks elongate (indicating rejection).

Day 9: How to surf the long waves

How to find entry points

There are 2 methods of entering the command:

a, Breakout: On the time frame of the day (D1), if you want to find the best entry point for a BUY order, then check the following conditions:
  • The price has broken the top of the last 20 days
  • The price should be on ema 21
  • Volume must be higher than the average of the last 20 days.
If the above conditions are met, the buy entry is above the top of the top breakout candlestick of the last 20 days.

b, Pullback: Another way to enter an order is to wait for the price to touch the ema 21 for the first time and if the price is rejected by the ema line, the BUY STOP entry is above the top of the previous day's candlestick bar. This is a more reliable way to enter with a lower risk. In this case, the SL will be below the 21 ema line or below the bottom of the previous day's candle bar, which is the candlestick bar that we BUY STOP above its top. Sometimes the price (current bar) breaks the bottom of the previous day, at the same time it hits the ema 21 and breaks the previous day's high too - this is an even better entry because it is a pattern. The bullish engulfing candle is bullish engulfing because the bar has a top and bottom that surrounds the whole bar in front of it. Do not miss out on these opportunities.

To trade stronger and more durable uptrends, it is possible to buy breaks at 50/100 day or 52-week highs. For sell positions, the above conditions just do the opposite.

How to surf the long wave

With an uptrend:

Once a trend is established, look for corrective waves with low volume down ema 21 and look for signs of price rejection by this ema (creating pin bars or long lower shadow candlesticks when it hits the ema). Find pin bars, bullish engulf candles, dragonfly Doji, morning star, or any bullish candlestick pattern.

With a downtrend:

Once a trend is established, look for bullish corrective waves with low volume hitting ema 21 and look for signs of price rejection by ema 21 (creating pin bars or long upper shadow candles). Look for shooting star candlesticks, dark cloud covers, engulf bearish, headstone doji, evening star or any bearish candlestick pattern.

How to Set Stop Loss
  • With an uptrend: the initial stop loss is located below the nearest swing low or below the ema 21 line
  • With a bearish trend: stop loss above the nearest swing high or above ema 21.
  • Take profits at least reach RR 2: 1.
Day 10: pullback and reversal

The first arrow breakout accompanied by increased volume, breaking the critical bottom pivot. This is a reversal.

The next upside wave is a pullback with volume descending, hitting a previous resistance then falling back.

The first arrow breakout is a reversal, with high volume, 3 candlesticks behind is a pullback with very small volume.

Day 11: Fractals system for surfing - stuffing

Descriptions of Fractals

Surely you have heard the word Fractals in trading. Fractals are basically small areas of supply and demand that are established according to a market structure or by an ascending/descending structure. These are areas that in the past prices have served as support and resistance, i.e. key areas on the chart.

In its simplest form, fractals are the trending highs - with the uptrend being the higher highs-the higher lows, and the downtrend being the lower highs and the lower lows, however well represented. is clearly indicated by a technical indicator on the chart (you don't need to define it by ourselves). In particular, when there is a break out of these fractal areas, you can see it as a breakout entry signal to follow the trend.

You can use fractals to identify trends, identify early trend reversals, or look for break-in buy/sell signals.

The form of the system

Price Action trading system incorporates fractals in the form of breakout - breakout, that is, enter an order when the market has a strong move (usually with a higher volume), exit an accumulation area or a high previous bottom. The advantage of breakout trading is that it is immediately profitable to predict the right direction of the breakout.

This system can also be used to enter a trend reversal order. When there is a break out of the lower Fractal line in an uptrend, it is considered as a trend reversal from bullish to bearish.

System details

Buy conditions:
  • When the price breaks the Fractal line is above
Sell Conditions:
  • When the price breaks the Fractal line is below

Stop loss:
  • With buy orders, the stop loss could be below ema 21 or below the fractal below
  • With a sell order, the stop loss could be above ema 21 or above the fractal line above.
Take Profit: Surf the waves until the price closes below a lower fractal (with a buy order) or above the upper fractal (with a sell order).

Timeframes: Works on all timeframes for all markets.

Profit and loss ratio: lowest 1: 2, can add a position when there are many consecutive buy/sell signals to make the most profit.

Day 12: Understanding and applying Volume in Price Action

What is volume and why is it important

The volume shows the actions of buying and selling taking place over a certain time frame. It shows the level of interest and interest a trader has for a certain price and creates momentum for the price to move when it hits that level. Many people who are interested in buying in a demand zone indicate a high quantity demanded, and many people who are interested in selling in a supply zone show a high quantity of supply. The volume shows a balance or imbalance between supply and demand.

In other words, price is what attracts buyers or sellers, depending on what price they feel is high enough to sell, or low enough to buy. For example, at an electronics store, not many people buy (less volume), but when a 50% discount starts people interested in buying more (more volume).

Understand volume in a simpler way

Suppose 3 people (A = 100kg; B = 75kg; C = 50kg) climb the same mountain. They were extremely excited and energetic when they first started climbing. Because they are healthy, they travel great distances in a very short time. They took a break between the hikes, and as time went by they began to tire, their speed slowed down. Above them, the sun (external factor) starts burning them and makes them more exhausted. Finally, they gave up, stopped climbing.

What happens next? Since they were unable to climb any higher, they started rolling down the mountain at a speed depending on their weight.

Who will touch the ground first? Whoever is heavier will roll down faster. So A will touch the ground first, then B, and finally C.

Day 13: 3 Wyckoff principles & 7 elements of 1 candlestick

3 basic principles of Wyckoff:
  1. The Law of Supply and Demand: When demand is greater than supply, the price will increase to meet this quantity demanded, and vice versa when supply is greater than demand, the price will decrease to absorb all the supply.
  2. The Law of Cause and Effect: To have a result, you must have a cause, and the cause will be entirely reflected in that result. In other words, a small volume of trade will only produce a small amount of price action. If the cause is great, the result will also be great. If the cause is minor, the result will be small.
  3. Rule of effort and outcome: The price action on the chart must reflect the action of the volume. These two must always be in harmony with each other, with the effort (which is the volume) will produce the result (which is the Price Action). If they do not get along, there is an abnormality and we must recognize that abnormality in order to trade properly.
7 elements of 1 candlestick bar

Here are 7 elements of any bar:
  1. Open price
  2. Close price
  3. Bottom price
  4. The Peak price
  5. Ballon
  6. Lower ball
  7. Range (length of candle body - called the spread)
Abnormal volume and normal volume

According to Wyckoff's No 3 Principle, effort and outcome must go hand in hand and in accord with each other. This means that the range of a bar must match the volume associated with that bar. If it does not match then there is a problem and we have to be suspicious and careful with the bar. To put it simply, if a weak and skinny person wins the wrestling competition, then he must see if he uses doping or not.

There are many cases that we need to analyze to fully understand this concept. Here we have a screenshot compiled from Anna Coulling's famous book - A complete guide to volume price analysis), like this:

The figure above shows the normal and irregular situations between the candlesticks and the volume column associated with them. It can be understood simply that large candlesticks with large volume are normal, small-volume candlesticks are normal; Small large-volume candles or small-volume candles are unusual.

Similarly, an increase-volume price or a decrease-increase in volume is normal. A decrease in the increase-volume price or a decrease in the volume-decrease price is unusual.

Day 14: Predict the Sharks by Volume Analysis

The smart cash flow is smart enough to manipulate a stock but it will always leave footprints as well as signs. All we need to do is learn to understand those signs and trade them. Here are 10 golden rules to follow a shark's footing by volume analysis:

1, The price should increase with a stable volume during an uptrend and should decrease with a stable volume during a downtrend. This is a very normal symptom and if the price and volume do not follow this rule then something is wrong and one should spot it.

2, If the price rises with a volume higher than average and amplitude is greater than average, there is a high chance that the next bar will rise proportionally with its column of volume. If no candlesticks go higher then be careful with your buy orders.

3, On the contrary, it can still be applied to the downtrend (if the price cannot fall deeper after a big bearish bar, it means that the selling force has been absorbed by big hands). If the price falls by 1 big bar but does not decrease further, but forms a small inside bar with a volume equal to 50% or higher than the previous one, avoid a sell order and wait for the next bar. In this case, the bottom of the large candlestick and the inside bar is very important. If not broken, there is a very high chance that the price will start to rise again because the selling force has been absorbed by the shark.

4, If the price breaks through a high but closes lower than that high and leaves an upper shadow, then the possibility is that a shark is absorbing the upper buy orders. Expect that when the price returns to the zone with that candlestick's tail, the bears will kick the price down again. If a stock is rejected three times at the same price range, it is likely to fall heavily afterward. If the next candlestick closes below the bottom of the previous candle, the price is likely to decline further (bearish engulfing pattern).

5, If you see a pin bar with double the volume of normal in a demand or support area, the possibility of a sharp increase in price is VERY HIGH. Similarly, if you see an inverted hammer or gravestone doji at a demand or resistance area with a volume that is twice as much as normal, it is likely that the big hand is selling down and the price will fall.

Day 15: 10 Golden Rule to predict the direction of the Shark

Rule 6: After a strong sell-off (large candlestick with a skyrocketing volume bar), the price accumulates for a while before rising again (if the accumulation is real). The first bounce back will often fail (V-shaped reversals are very rare) so there is a high chance that the price will retest the bottom first.

The supply is then checked again to remove the weak players. Sometimes the price will break the bottom first with weak volume and the price will immediately bounce back. This is for hunting stop losses and getting rid of weak bulls. We then look for times when the price hits the supply zone with low volume before the price bounces up and reverses to bullish.

Rule 7: When you see a long upper tail with extremely high volume (at least 2-3 times the average volume of the previous 20 bars) & close below 50% of the bar's length, That means a great deal of supply has been shifted from shark to fry by smart cash flow. Any bounce back around the long tail (with weaker volume and a weaker candlestick) can be oversold and you could enter a sell. The opposite is true for extremely long lower tailed candlesticks with extremely high volume. Any retrospect of the long candlestick can be bought if the price pattern is good enough.

Rule 8: Successful breakouts (breakout of a sideways price range, trend line, price pattern, or any type of breakout) must have a high volume at the break and fall back at correction after that. If it's not like that, there's a high chance of failure.

Rule 9: Remember that during a strong downtrend, after the first successful breakdown of the price, the price will try to drop another 2-4 more before a reversal occurs. Notice how the price approaches the ema 21 line after the first successful breakout (in many cases the price doesn't even hit the ema 21 and plummets more). Watch for bullish vs. bearish candlesticks. Notice the size of the bars and the volume of the candlestick touching the nearest arc. Volume must be lower than the last time of the last retest of this zone. The opposite is also true of an uptrend.

Rule 10: The first attempt to break the resistance/support zone will usually be weak, while the 2nd and 3rd attempts will be stronger and at least you have something to compare. Hence the chance of success at the 2nd break or more will be higher. Please be patient.

Day 16: Analyze the Volume to track the Sharks

Analyze what on a chart including price & volume

1, Identify trends & potential supply-demand areas. Do this to get the scene and the full picture. Let's analyze 200 candlestick bars on 1 screen.

2, Look for candlesticks and their respective volume columns near the supply and demand areas to find important signal entry & price bars.

3, If you see a Big Body Candle with a volume column at least twice the 20-day average volume (the bigger the better), pay attention. This means that the smart cash flow is moving and this price zone has the potential to enter orders. Always trade in places where there is a big change. This is your Signal Candle Bar.

4, If this signal bar is in the supply zone (look left to see if there is any sell-off from this zone or if there is any long-tail left). Notice body length, volume, and closing price of that bar. Most of the time, we will see the Shark's intentions through this candlestick.

5, Observe the next 2-5 (sometimes more) candlestick bars to see price movement after that and enter an order

Example 1:
Every time the price approaches support (red line), the volume decreases. The price breaks support with skyrocketing volume columns, a quality break. Price tests supply zone with low volume and decreases with large candlesticks with large volume. So the first big candle bar (after the small candle retests the supply area) is the signal candlestick, the entry sell is right below the bottom of this bar.

In the second square, the middle candle bar is the pin bar with the tail touching the ema21 line + extremely large volume, which is the signal bar, entry sell at the bottom of this bar.

Last box: very large volume, sharks are buying here. No more sell.

Example 2: continue with example 1

The price is stuck below the downtrend line with low volume throughout. As the trend line breaks up, the volume starts to increase gradually. Entry buys when seeing volume increase + ema retest candle.

The breakout has a strong increase in volume. This is a very good breakout.

Example 3:

(from left to right) The price touches the ema line with high volume columns, it is possible to sell at these positions.

Support zone (red line) is broken with a large bearish candle + large volume, confirming that the downtrend is continuing.

Gap jumps to create a new bottom but does not reduce further + large volume -> selling force is absorbed entirely.

Similar analysis with the rest of the chart.