Orderflows Valtos Transition

Posted by on Jan 23, 2017 in Blog, Hidden Trade Locations

Orderflows Valtos Transition

The Valtos Transition shows the trader when the market is transitioning from a demand driven market to a supply driven market or from a supply driven market to a demand driven market. Price is a measurement of what the current value is for any given commodity. It is universal and has meaning to participants. Markets move lower to attract buyers to step in and participate. Markets move up to attract sellers to step in and participate. What happens during the trading day is...

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The Valtos Flip

Posted by on Jan 23, 2017 in Hidden Trade Locations

The Valtos Flip

I am pleased to announce the release of my new indicator The Orderflows Valtos Flip. What is a Flip in the Futures? A flip occurs when you would see giant orders on one side of the market that would flip and go the other way. For example, when someone was posting massive buy orders, waiting until the market moved toward that price and then selling instead — a massive head-fake.   Nowadays you would call it spoofing to a certain extent. Just recently Citibank paid a...

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Imbalance Support And Resistance

Posted by on Aug 22, 2015 in Hidden Trade Locations

Imbalance Support And Resistance

Aggressive buyers and sellers leave their mark on the market. Their levels of activity often become low risk trade entries when retested as well as support and resistance. When I say low risk, I am talking like 1, 2 or 3 ticks risk with profit potentials over 10x the risk. Orderflows has created the stacked buying imbalance and stacked selling imbalance indicators to highlight on the chart exactly where these low risk entries are. Think of stacked imbalance in real life...

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Top Heavy Big Seller / Bottom Heavy Big Buyer

Posted by on Aug 22, 2015 in Hidden Trade Locations

Top Heavy Big Seller / Bottom Heavy Big Buyer

There are players in the market who are so big that their actions can determine if a trend stops or starts. These large institutions know when a market has moved out of supply and demand balance and act accordingly. The beauty of order flow analysis is that their actions can be seen in the analysis of volume. Orderflows has created the ratio indicator to highlight on the chart where their activities are. This indicator is easier to explain when it happens on a low. Imagine...

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Single Prints – Last Buyer / Last Seller

Posted by on Aug 22, 2015 in Hidden Trade Locations

Single Prints – Last Buyer / Last Seller

Markets turn when the last buyer has bought at a high or when the last seller has sold at a low. With traditional bar charts you only see the low of the bar or the high of the bar. You cannot judge the internal buying or selling that has been apparent inside the bar. Orderflows has created the single print box indicator to highlight on the chart where their activities are. What is the importance of the last buyer / last seller? It is important because it potentially signals...

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Orderflows Divergence

Posted by on Aug 22, 2015 in Hidden Trade Locations

Orderflows Divergence

When the market makes a new high but there were more sellers in the bar or when the market makes a new low but there were more buyers in the bar. This often signals a turning point in the market. The market tried to go higher but couldn’t and was overwhelmed by sellers. The same is true at lows, the market was going lower and lower until the buyers stepped in and overwhelmed the sellers. Orderflows has created the Orderflows Divergence Indicator to draw an arrow on the...

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