Volume Profile analysis involves the study of volume data plotted on the y-axis, or price axis. Visualizing volume from this unique perspective helps traders determine support & resistance areas, market direction, reversals and more. Read More
Volatility, or price variability, is identified by rapid fluctuations in both bullish (up) and bearish (down) price action. When developing a futures trading plan, futures traders should account for times of increased volatility. Read More
Volume Profile is a dynamic tool that displays volume-at-price information for order flow traders. While the patterns of Volume Profiles may initially appear random, there are recurring shapes that can potentially provide insight into market direction, support & resistance zones, reversal areas and more. Read More
Heiken Ashi candles were designed to filter out market noise and more easily identify market trends. Developed in the 1700s in Japan by Munehisa Homma, known as the father of candlestick charting, Heiken Ashi charts look similar to standard candlestick charts but are based on different values. Read More
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A cornerstone of order flow analysis, Cumulative Delta summarizes buying vs selling activity can help traders determine market direction, trend strength, support & resistance areas and more. Read More
Risk management is ultimately what keeps traders in the game for the long haul – the ability to control losses and stay above water in speculative markets. During times of increased market volatility, risk management can become even more critical for traders navigating uncertainty.Read More
With pandemic restrictions starting to ease, investor discussion is turning to what the economy may look like as it emerges from a lockdown of its own. Some economists have called for 7% GDP growth as consumers unleash excess savings or just spend the money provided from the government’s latest $1.9 trillion stimulus package. Insight will be provided at the conclusion of this week’s Federal Open Reserve Committee (FOMC) meeting tomorrow.Read More
Volatility is a measure of market movement in either direction, relative to a “normal” market. In other words, if a futures market is moving up or down more than normal, it is considered to be volatile.Read More