For the life of me, I can't figure out a way to go about it. I've focused on volume as a way to give me a slight edge. What else is there? I've watched thousands of volume bars and have a very good idea of when exhaustion occurs and the potential reversals to follow. As you can see it hasn't really worked for me though. The problem is you never really know when to hold while price dances around your entry because the exhaustion could be a pause before the next leg down/up or it may not be BUT price dances around your entry many times before you find out. Also, if I do nail the entry, I have NO idea when to exit. Some times I exit for a point and it turns out to be a good trade other times I should have held for 2 or 3 points but didn't. Then I decide to hold for at least a couple points and just watch profit disapear when price goes back to my entry and I exit at break even. I'll trade very discaplined for like 2 or 3 weeks and find myself at break even or barely up. You can see how this is not conducive to earning money over the long term. I don't know how the hell you guys do it.