Orderflows Trader 5.0: See Levels With Bullish/Bearish Order Flow

Posted by on Feb 21, 2022 in Blog

Yesterday we released the latest upgraded version of Orderflows Trader, Version 5.0. Among the big upgrades is being able to draw out zones of bullish or bearish order flow so you can take advantage of them when the market comes back to test the level. To get started with Orderflows Trader 5.0, go here:http://www.orderflows.com/oft5.html For example, this morning in the ES. The market sold off, rallied back to a particular level and then sold off again. Why did the market...

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Last Night’s Order Flow Delta & 20 Point Market Sell Offs

Posted by on Jan 18, 2022 in Blog

Last night in the Emini SP there were two clear 20 point sell offs. Here is the bar chart: Here is the bar chart: One of the sell offs occurred during the Asian session and the otherhappened during the London session. After the sell off during the Asiansession, I saw someone ask on Facebook asking what just happened? As usual,the replied came in from people who don’t understand order flow andliquidity, with the replies, “there was no liquidity.” On the...

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Order Flow Delta Gives Traders A Clue To Market Direction

Posted by on Jan 13, 2022 in Blog

One of the questions I get asked a lot about order flow is“what is the most useful piece of order flow data?” With order flow there are three main components: Delta, POCand imbalances. Each component has its own value to traders. Order flow delta is important because it helps a traderunderstand when overall market sentiment is bullish or bearish. Delta is the difference between aggressive buyers and aggressivesellers in a bar. There are different ways to...

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Use The Power Of Multiple Imbalances In Order Flow

Posted by on May 2, 2021 in Blog

One of the most misunderstood and neglected parts of order flow is imbalances in a bar. An imbalance in the order flow occurs in the two-way auction when either the offer trades 4x as much volume than the bid (a buying imbalance) or when the bid trades 4x as much volume than the offer (a selling imbalance). An imbalance by itself can have different meanings or it can mean nothing. Most traders are taught to look for bars with stacked imbalances. When there are 3 or more...

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Election Week Order Flow – Same or Different?

Posted by on Nov 2, 2020 in Blog

As everyone knows, tomorrow is the election.Brokers have done the sensible thing and revertedintraday margins to exchange initial margins. A lot of “YouTube Traders” are saying they won’tbe trading this week because … just because?Because they think the market is going to be evenmore volatile than normal? Where have they been the6 months? Prior to 2020, if the VIX was trading in the 20’s thatwas considered high. Now when the VIX trades into the...

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The Pulse of Gold Futures

Posted by on Oct 7, 2020 in Blog

What makes order flow so powerful for traders is there is more than one way to apply it. You can analyze the delta or the point of control or the volume traded on the bid or volume traded on the offer and so much more. The Orderflows Pulse is a tools for traders that analyzes the order flow internally in a bar to look for traders awakening and getting aggressive all of a sudden. Before a market makes a strong move there is often signs in the order flow. The Pulse detects...

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