A condition that describes the ability to execute orders of any size quickly and efficiently without a substantial affect on the price. Liquidity can be described in terms of volume and open interest (abbr. OI). Each unit of volume represents a complete transaction. When one… Read More »Liquidity
Futures trader since 2007. I specialize in trading ES500 using WallStreetTrader Pro indicators.
During the specified period of the trading session (American, Asian-Pacific, European), the market makers must continuously maintain two-way futures quotes, observing the minimum volume of own orders agreed with the exchange and the spread between bid-ask quotes (widening of spread for periods of increased volatility… Read More »Role and Capabilities of a Market Maker
To understand the capabilities of market makers, one should know the limited market depth available to any participant: 1) Data featuring the nearest (best) placed 10 bid and 10 ask limit orders shows the price and number of contracts (Level 2). 2) Data featuring each… Read More »Capabilities of Market Makers
Instead of creating liquidity, by definition of CME Group, a market maker earns the spread (Chapter 1.3), but earning the bid-ask spread is only possible with the same volume of ask and bid transactions at a constant price; the limitation of the specified length of… Read More »Why Does Price Change Occur?
If you want to be profitable, trade VSA. So says the ancient proverb. To begin with, we need the largest volumes in order to find exactly the strongest levels. Here’s an example for oil: If we mark on the chart the levels that they protect,… Read More »Market Analysis Using the Simplest VSA Method
As we can see from the picture, we have no demand for the euro in general. Bullish pin (bullish negation) on volume, strictly at 1.1000 (indicated by triangle number 1). The shadow of the bar is exactly on the border with the level. Applying the… Read More »Complex example of analysis based on VSA – Eur/Usd
So, let’s do currency analysis using only Volume Spread Analysis, because it works even by itself. We have a redistribution of the eurodollar (if you look at the daily). And accordingly, if we analyze the current situation, then … As you can see, we… Read More »Just Another Volume Spread Analysis of Major Currencies
So far, all the forecasts that I have published have been processed. I don’t think that something should interfere with the future and work as clearly as before. Another batch of predictions. We take the euro. For the euro, everything is very elementary, we have… Read More »Euro forecast with Volume Spread Analysis
And again a super analysis by VSA, this time by pounds. pound forecast This is the daily chart that we see here. The first ball is the upthrust in the corridor, the place where the downtrend started. Then comes the upthrust at 1.65 (that’s bead… Read More »GBPUSD Forecast with VSA
Barchart made handy charts with history: euro example, and now they are free online. And we remember what is happening in general with the euro, and as we can see, in general, this is being redistributed, especially judging by the latest volumes of downward local… Read More »How to Predict Markets Using VSA (Volume Spread Analysis) – an Example
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