TY, for me Bottoms and Tops are easy in any time frame, noting time frame is a unique time slice so what may be true in one is not necessarily so in another.
All price action is measured all indicators use the same location of the price action to compute there majac from. That’s why none of them are future indicators but historical reports of past performance (Ichimoku tres).
Thus all is based on the percentage of deviation from the mean. Forex is trading the percentages and our success is measured by how well we can consistently trade that deviation of the mean. All trading strategies are based on variations of that concept.
To that end I use the Double Bollinger Bands to find the tops and bottoms of a time frame. You will find that approximately 95 percent of all price action is contained in the 2 Percent band and 60% is contained within the 1% band.
I trade from the 2% deviation signal the reverse directional back toward the mean. This says I am a mean-revision trader.
But I’m just playing the percentages.