Lower green is important, tracing back to earlier months, hence thickest.
Upper green is of lesser time, hence less thicker.
The red lines show the most recent levels to keep a tab on.
The black lines are another set of to look.
Watch how how the stock behaves when it touches these lines and then trade accordingly.
Personally, I would enter a short trade if it touches 'the red line' ( ) ; and more convicingly if the 'strong green' , with a significant break of it as stoploss.
Your comments and opinions are welcomed.