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.