1) Trade the bearish bat setup - Enter at .886XA with SL above 1.13XA and T1 at .618CD with T2 at ((1))=((5))
2) Sell the trendline break/retest - After a candle closes beyond the trendline, sell the restest candle and set SL above recent highs or S/R structure
3) Combination of both - Sell the trendline break/retest and target .618CD with SL above 1.13XA. This is the highest probability target, but requires more risk
Each trader should analyze their own personality and risk tolerance to develop a strategy that is personally tailored to their strengths. Personally, I like risking less capital. The downside is a higher number of stop-outs, which means a small percentage of trades account for a large percentage of profits. The reverse would be true for those with larger risk tolerance. The most important thing is to be relentless with your personal discipline and follow your strategy unwaveringly (after it has been backtested and proven profitable).