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A small aspect that I have back-tested for #Intraday.
Let me explain with an Example.

1. Calculate Previous Day's Typical Price: (H+L+C)/3
(1025+975+1015)/3 = 1005
Let's this Pivot.

2. Now, Add and Subtract yesterday's H-L Range from the Pivot.
1005 -/+ (1025-975)
= 1005 -/+ 50
= 955 - 1055
This 955 - 1055 becomes the Zone.
And, 955 - 1005 - 1055 become 3 important Levels.

3. Now come to the Current Day's Intraday Price Movement:
IF Price Crosses Above 1055
OR Price Crosses Below 955
THEN there's a 75% chance it doesn't come back to the Pivot of 1005 during the Same Day.

- When NOT to take Contra / Mean Reversion Trades during the Day for Intraday.
- Or, possibly understand the Trend in force for the day.
- Can be used for Option Strategies as well.

* Tested it on Index and Stock Futures for 2 year period.

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