When the oscillators are up at extremes, that calls for the markets to rise (for antidollar). When the oscillators are down at extremes that calls for the markets to decline (antidollar). Yellow oscillator is fastest oscillator, so it moves up and down faster.
One cauld have situations where some oscillators are up and some are down. In that case judgment must be used as tow what is expected (rally or drop). Otherwise it is a simple matter of observation on the chart to notice what I just described. Second slower oscillator is Pink and next slowest are green and brown.
As a rule when the green oscillators has finally reached an extreme and looks like dangling there the strongest up or down move cans start from there. Meanwhile, while the slow oscillators may indicate rally the fast oscillator yellow may indicate decline and it is possible that Yellow oscillator wins that battle, especially if it is in the TREND direction of the current market.
So, when Yellow is up extreme and green is down, and stocks market trend is up, yellow oscillator may win in this case and cause a short term rally, even as green oscillator calls for a decline.
Best way to use this tools is to look at history and learn the patterns from the chart, but general rules have been given above.
Notice how all oscillators were at high extreme for qqqq and spx in March 6. The consideration should be reversed for Dollar. There the reading is inverse. Dollar should rise when most oscillators are at extreme low and decline when they are at upper extreme.