If you haven’t read the first article in the series titled Basics of Manipulation Point SelectionThis is something I highly recommend.
As we said in the previous article, picking levels can be completely mechanical. These levels are easily visible on the charts. Parameters such as moving to the deeper level When selecting levels, you can make mechanical choices such as starting with daily highs/lows.
You might need to make more discretionary decisions in certain situations. We will discuss these options and show you how to use them to choose better manipulation points.
The Stronger Level
When I speak, the first thing I think of is: Selecting manipulation points That is what I call the Stronger Level.
What does it mean to select the ‘stronger level?’ As our…