In this example, if you were to trade it, you would accept additional risk trading from the 932 level, because the market could trade to 930.75 and the pattern would still be intact.
In this is trade you are also faced with another problem. What do you do when the market traded into intermediate resistance and then back down to 932.00? The answer in this case was simple. You look to the ZoneTraderPro TICK strategy.
The TICK made a higher high when it traded into intermediate resistance. The previous high was 482 and as it traded into intermediate resistance it was 702. Next, as the market traded into the test of 932.00, the TICK was a higher low. The previous low was -782, and the low on the test was -440. Both of those numbers are what you want to see to increase your odds of a winning trade. Profit was then taken at the trend resistance level.
Less than 10% of the trades that have been statistically charted, have this problem of coming back and testing the original entry point. However, because it does happen, this trade is an excellent example of trade management and having a trading plan, so that you do not have to improvise a plan as it occurs in real time.