X.21. Identification of noise in the price movement of an instrument for masking a change in the direction of movement by the exchange.

In order to confuse traders before the next maneuver, the exchange needs to “cover its tracks”. So Figure 243 shows how before the price movement resumes upward, a repeating fading signal is given to throw up the price with a further fall from point 2 to point 5. At point 1, a “cross” is modeled, confusing any trader, and then a throw is made up and down to collect stop orders and create uncertainty in the long-standing price movement.

Nevertheless, the market makes it clear that the price does not want to fall further, because after T.5 the price is almost worth it, forms a false breakdown down and then rushes up. It is the false breakdown bar that gives a hint, which is further confirmed with each bar.

Fig.243. Sberbank action. Creating noise in the price movement.

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