A clarification on differences between WRB and WRB gap.
WRB = Wide Range Bar. A WRB is one that is significantly larger than the previous 3 bars.
WRB Gap = Same as WRB but there is a gap between the high/low of the bar previous to the WRB and the high/low of the bar after the WR.
WRB Gaps are more significant and are often the origins of supply/demand.
Subscribed, but what happened to the previous recent thread you started?
I zoomed out a bit more and combined your 2 charts from gbpjpy zones on one chart. The gray zones are yours and the green ones are the biggest WRB gaps (on the low of the chart you can see the ATR of 1 so it clearly shows the biggest bars). so the question is why you didn't draw those 4 green zones?
on the right side of chart you draw (post #8) swap to supply and supply zone in the uptrend when we keep making HH and HL, why so, you ignore the trend?