If price accepts into a balance area, likely to revert to other side of balance.
Price inside a balance area is expected to reject edges of balance until proven otherwise.
Price action is “choppier” inside balance areas.
If price accepts outside a balance, likely to become imbalanced.
What doesn’t happen can be the most important information.
Often time the “destination” of an imbalance is a prior older balance area, and often times its POC.
If price reacts strongly from a POC, that can disrupt law #1.
Price often “retests” edges of balance areas to “firm up” the area.
Time limits the opportunities – often after a destination is achieved in a session, there’s less opportunity.
Time time/volume builds at the edge of a balance or range, price is likely to push through.