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Gom volume/Price anomoly??Input please

Hi All

I have a question that I hope someone can help explain for me.If you look at the enclosed attachment can you tell me why and how price can close higher when volume(bid/ask)on the GomCD shows more selling (panel 2) and more down ticks
on the Up/Down tick with continuation (panel 3)? The examples are highlighted with the green arrows. I and a trading buddy have been racking are heads and can't figure out how this happens.
I know by the brilliance I've observed of many of you on this Forum that someone has an answer...and I appreciate any and all input.
Thanks.....

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Hi All

I have a question that I hope someone can help explain for me.If you look at the enclosed attachment can you tell me why and how price can close higher when volume(bid/ask)on the GomCD shows more selling (panel 2) and more down ticks
on the Up/Down tick with continuation (panel 3)? The examples are highlighted with the green arrows. I and a trading buddy have been racking are heads and can't figure out how this happens.
I know by the brilliance I've observed of many of you on this Forum that someone has an answer...and I appreciate any and all input.
Thanks.....


Have a look at Cumulative Delta By Christopher at Fulcrum Trader Webinar: Cumulative Delta Volume Trading this might help answer your question. I also suggest to use this indy https://futures.io/free_downloads/vip_elite_circle/458-download.html?view

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Hi All

I have a question that I hope someone can help explain for me.If you look at the enclosed attachment can you tell me why and how price can close higher when volume(bid/ask)on the GomCD shows more selling (panel 2) and more down ticks
on the Up/Down tick with continuation (panel 3)? The examples are highlighted with the green arrows. I and a trading buddy have been racking are heads and can't figure out how this happens.
I know by the brilliance I've observed of many of you on this Forum that someone has an answer...and I appreciate any and all input.
Thanks.....

its called seller exhaustion. When there is no more willing sellers price cant move down.

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Thanks very much for your input

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Hi All

I have a question that I hope someone can help explain for me.If you look at the enclosed attachment can you tell me why and how price can close higher when volume(bid/ask)on the GomCD shows more selling (panel 2) and more down ticks
on the Up/Down tick with continuation (panel 3)? The examples are highlighted with the green arrows. I and a trading buddy have been racking are heads and can't figure out how this happens.
I know by the brilliance I've observed of many of you on this Forum that someone has an answer...and I appreciate any and all input.
Thanks.....

in your example you can see that a lot of sell orders are hitting the bid (active sellers). but price doesn't follow down. meaning passive buyers (limit orders at the bid) are absorbing the selling.

now if active buyers getting in control (hitting the ask) and price starts to move up, you might think about going long.

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