Do You Really Need 10,000 Hours Of Screentime?

Posted by on Aug 2, 2015 in Blog

I have spent 20 years watching and trading futures based on order flow. The same concepts still apply from 20 years ago or even 100 years ago as they do today. When the price of something is cheap people buy it and it becomes a low. When the price is too high, people sell it and the high is made. What order flow provides the trader is the ability to stay out of the market when there is no reason to trade. It allows the trader to see both sides of the market, what is trading...

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Understanding Orderflow

Posted by on Aug 2, 2015 in Blog

At the most basic level of market structure it is buyers (demand) and sellers (supply) who move the markets. It is not mathematical formulas. Markets don’t move because the MACD or RSI reached a predetermined level. What causes markets to move is when demand exceeds supply or supply overwhelms demand. Indicators lag prices. When the market makes a high, there are no indicators which will say sell until well after the market has turned lower. What causes markets to turn and...

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