Usually the trend is a very stable figure and its reversal takes a long time. This is important for us because we can detect the signals of the trend completion and its reversal in advance. Here are some examples.
Fig.93. Sberbank action. Trend weakness signals.
In Fig.93, in volume 1, there is 1 signal about a certain slowdown. However, further growth continues and there is a long buy bar in volume 2, which is no longer supported by the market in volume 3 and volume 4, we receive confirmation of the trend slowdown and enter the short.
Fig.94. Gazprom JSC action. Trend weakness signals. In Fig.94, in volume 1, a shot up occurs, after which the price is in a flat in which a position is gained by a major player (volume 2). Further in vol.3. the price is thrown up, in vol.4 the sale of a significant part of the block of shares and the final reset of the position by a major player in vol.5. In vol.6 we see the appearance of a buyer throwing the price up and a further set of positions in vol.7. After the position is set, the price is released and rushes up with the beginning of the reset of shares in vol.8. Next comes the dumping of a large block of shares in t. 9,10,11 and the final braking of the previous trend. In vol. 12, a bearish attack begins, because the tactics of a major player becomes clear to the players – a reversal of the downward trend. Then there is a downward trend.