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question on Supply?Demand method

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A great place of demand is located where price abruptly rose, with big long bullish candles, right?

From market and/or volume profiles you can easily see that this assumption is completely wrong - at least
for assets with (theoretically) infinite supply and demand like futures.

Quite the opposite: Between balance areas ("support", "resistance") where the big volume is traded and DOM is
deep, prices rise or fall through a thin/empty DOM. In the profiles you can derive that from low volume nodes that
show the "move" (which realiter isn't in terms of supply and demand).

I.e.: Your candles basically show the jump (thin DOM = absence of supply and/or demand) - starting from a higher
volume node and ending at another higher volume node (area of vast supply and demand).

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