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Just a guess maybe how its bouncing lower off the 1st std. dev. ETH vwap.

That's what I was thinking, and that's one way to look at it. But from this perspective, CL is in fact returning to value, if we are considering value as value established last week (using all trading hours to more easily show today's activity so far) :



If you were to scroll further back and look at earlier this year, CL is trading in an area with previously established value and that's another perspective to look at (I just don't have that much data to look at right now so I can't see it at the moment).

So, if the VWAP is a consensus of Sunday's value so far, yes, we are rejecting a running measure of value, but the profile so far shows no agreement on any prices in particular as more or less fair, so CL seems to have searched above last week's fair prices, found few buyers, and quickly rejected those prices, and has returned to a more "comfortable" and fair area--in this perspective, it has returned to value, and is not moving away from it. 96.40 to 96.90 would be a reasonable range for it to find comfortable at this point.

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Trying to figure out your read -- value where, and defined how?

Riding the edge of the gray shading. "Immediate Value"

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Wide IB, open drive. I am still on the wagon regarding shorts...

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Still minor retracement


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I would feel a lot better if this thing would move a little faster...


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dropped net -26, not sure yet


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1 offf


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closed, something is wrong with my computer


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LoL

NT is a joke hey



Play a game...who can get the most memory usage out of NT before there PC crashes

P.S iv got white charts now

Im liking the clarity and it seem to be work for me so far today

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