The plots are based on the Wyckoff theory of market cycles and trends. Here is a brief explanation of how to interpret them:
The phases plot shows the current phase of the market cycle based on the price change and the moving average. The phases are: accumulation (phase 2), markup (phase 1), distribution (phase -2), and markdown (phase -1). The color of the price bars changes according to the phase. Green means markup, red means markdown, dark green means accumulation, and dark red means distribution. The phase label also shows the current phase value as a number.
The volume patterns plot shows the volume bars for each period. The color of the volume bars matches the color of the price bars. The volume patterns can help confirm or contradict the phases. For example, high volume in a markup phase indicates strong demand and bullish momentum. Low volume in a markdown phase indicates weak supply and bearish exhaustion. High volume in an accumulation or distribution phase indicates a possible reversal or breakout. Low volume in an accumulation or distribution phase indicates a lack of interest or consolidation.
The support and resistance levels plot shows the horizontal lines that mark the swing highs and lows of the price series. These lines can act as potential support or resistance levels for future price movements. The support lines are green and the resistance lines are red. The support and resistance levels can help identify the boundaries of the trading range in an accumulation or distribution phase, or the trend direction in a markup or markdown phase.
You can use these plots to analyze the market structure, supply and demand, and trend direction based on the Wyckoff theory. You can also use them to identify trade opportunities and risk management techniques based on the phases, volume patterns, and support and resistance levels.