Disliked{quote} Please refute this " And why the high of the next bar can not be between 1.2222 and 1.2211? Imagine candle with the high at 1.2222 closes at 1.2215. Why the next candle (opening at 1.2215) can not have a high at 1.2220? "Ignored

But this is what I have been able to decipher - and I come to no conclusions, just feeding in the numbers:

**Data:**

Highs of 4 bars: 1.2344, 1.2566, 1.2211, 1.2222

Domain = [n sqred + 1]

Subsequence = [n + 1]

**If we set n = 2 then**

Domain = 2 squared + 1 = 5

Subsequence = 2 + 1 = 3

**Reading this example (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erd%C5%91s%E2%80%93Szekeres_theorem)yields this experiment....**

*Increasing Subsequence:*1.2344, 1.2566

1.2211, 1.2222

that's 2 increasing subsequences, taking the given order

*Decreasing Subsequence:*1.2566, 1.2211

1.2566, 1.2222

1.2344, 1.2222

1,2344, 1.2211

that's 4 decreasing subsequences, taking the given order

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