The bot signal may sometimes cancel and then light up again due to the principle of trade confirmation. In order to determine the direction of an asset's price movement, it's important for the price to consolidate at a certain level. Until the current candle closes, it may not be a confirmation of the trade.
The bot signal serves as a warning that the conditions for a potential trade are present. However, if the price does not follow the expected pattern, the signal is canceled. This is done to avoid entering trades based on false price movements, such as pumps and dumps that can occur in the market.
On the other hand, if the price moves according to the expected pattern and closes as anticipated, the signal will be confirmed and will not disappear. It indicates that the conditions for a trade are met.
To avoid missing out on good price moments when the signal is still in the process of determination and cancellation, you can use support and resistance slabs. These slabs act as forces for price reversals and can provide additional confirmation for your trades. By considering the effect of slabs and incorporating them into your trading strategy, you can gain more confidence in the validity of the signals and reduce the risk of false signals.
Further information on the impact of support and resistance slabs and how to work with them can be found in the section "What are support and resistance slabs for?" in "Platform & Tools