What if instead of trying to identify support and resistance, you just actually tried to trade the noise. Price entry would be based on a position relative to the last tick of the last bar. Usually when price is going somewhere, there is still some noise because it doesn't go there in a straight line. Look at something like this. If you were to buy every few tick retracements from the high of the previous bar, as price made an uptrend you would accumulate a large position, most of which would go in your favor. So this seems initially like it requires knowing when price is going to go up for a while, which is prediction, and if you could do that you would just go long with a huge position in the correct direction. And of course, if price goes down then it doesn't work. I strongly dislike adding to winning positions because it raises your average cost and results in price only needing to make a smaller move against you to turn your winner into a loser, but adding to winners seems paramount in a strategy like this. And I suppose knowing when to exit is important, too. Let's discuss ways to be able to do something like this without needing to predict direction.