Being able to incorporate MTF analysis will once again be one of the biggest challenges..
I do want to try to find some way to tackle the attract and repel theory that was discussed in the comments yesterday, but completing the abstract for that will be hard. It’s one of the ideas about market structure movement and theory that I’ve thought about for a while be have never really attempted because it seems really daunting to extract the correct information.
Here are some notes and ideas I’m thinking of:
-After h, what’s the probability that a recurrent/transient zone will be recurrent/transient again?
-Does this have to do with how zones are forming on higher time frames?
-Does price approach or leave transient zones in a particular fashion? (ideas of speed,released “energy”, pip movement, extension of the bar)
It’s nice to see that price does form transients within a certain time frame. 80% of the time we can expect a new temporary extreme to be created within 3 days. Occurrence of tops is a nice stat as well and we can expect to see a pretty regular rhythm of top/bottom/top/bottom most of the time. Lastly we expect that when we do see the transient bar, it tends to occur in the pre-volatility stage, Asian to London, rather than London and New York. This was rather unexpected.