I use range bars. A common scenario is as follows: An index will say be moving down. There will then be a bar that closes up with substantially higher than normal volume. The next bar will be a down bar at much the same price as the prior bar. The index will then continue down. My interpretation is that the higher than normal volume on the one bar must be due to big money going short even though the bar closed up. Is my interpretation correct and, if so, how can big money control their entry so that they donât overpower the direction of the bar?