Depending on the goals and time of holding the position, trend and flat preferences for trading are available to market participants.
Trend Preference - the probability of price reversal from the locked-in range upon return based on the availability of locked-in open positions, against the prevailing volume of which it is profitable for the market maker to quote or maintain the price (Chapter 1.5).
Flat Preference - the probability of price returning back to the locked-in range after going beyond TPSL levels based on the absence / loss (triggering of stop-losses) of a significant imbalance of open positions, against the prevailing volume of which it is profitable for the market maker to quote or maintain the price (Chapter 1.5).
With an increase of a futures liquidity, a probability of strong imbalances in the locked-in ranges decreases, while a probability of an appearance of the gravitation ranges increases.
So if you want to speculate liquid futures contracts every day I recommend "Flat Preference", if you want to try your luck and hold position more than 3 trading sessions I recommend "Trend Preference".
From my Second Edition LRA book you will learn how to use preferences (Chapter 2.4).