How many chances? Plenty. But above all - and this is perhaps worth mentioning - is that if we are looking for short-term reversal patterns, i.e. range-heavy days, we will find them more often if there are uncertainties that can be resolved in both directions in a rewarding way but do not leave any room for secure cover. If many market participants have found a safe haven, we can hardly make money with it, because the search for reversal patterns in such a trend tends to produce too many false positives. If you can't beat them, join them or stay out. Political negotiations or squabbling, on the other hand, are always particularly great times for us. No matter whether it was Brexit or Trump against NAFTA/Canada. It is also interesting to note that we can find such range-heavy days more often after trend-heavy days or generally strong swings in one direction - that is then classic price-finding by market participants who do not agree with each other so they produce worthwhile bets, that means situations where you can spot good entry, profitable exit and nearby loss-cutting exit. All three ingredients for solid risk:reward bets.