Nested TB-Fs: The Fractal Nature of the Market

Working through the BRKR example here in Figures 5.3 through Figures 5.11, we saw one example of the fractal nature of the market and how TB-F curves display this characteristic. By walking forward from the starting bar, we arrived at Figure 5.11. Early in the move, after one short TB-F curve ended, within a few further bars we were running a longer-term TB-F, both curves coming from the same starting bar. We had one TB-F curve nested within a longer one. The portion of the price move covered by the shorter TB-F was all of a kind, a steeply accelerated uptrend with a unique appearance. After the shorter one ended, a different-looking behavior became evident, which was tracked by the longer TB-F. ...

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