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Feedback on the 30mn run: Given the situation and the fact that it was so short, we didn't learn nothing more than whatbisnbeing posted here IMO. Am sure the proper presentation in April will be more detailed and useful.

To those people selling their licenses: What is your Ask price? There seems to be more supply than demand. Sellers initiating?

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Hi,

A person I know told me that you cut his license because he is teaching orderflow. He is using graphs of footprint chart, volume profile and cumulative delta. He is not using the software of your company or anything related to it. I want to know why you cut his license? Is that a violation of any agreement of your company? If it's, why? According to this person I know he has not received any explanation. He let me to put here wich was your textually words for cut his license:

"If you would like to become an affiliate of OFA we can discuss this but I am very concerned about your entire approach of being a student/client with us and then "teaching" orderflow as well. It is a very clear violation of our agreement"

I think this is a serious matter and will have some explanation. I want to be clear that because if i want to buy your software and i speak with others about orderflow, you will cut my license,too?

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Thanks for a short session, but I think 30 min is not enough for such a topic.
I still would like to understand some of the remarks, for example about 6E and 6B, hopefully will get some info.

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Thanks for a short session, but I think 30 min is not enough for such a topic.
I still would like to understand some of the remarks, for example about 6E and 6B, hopefully will get some info.

If you read this thread or watched the recording, you'll notice I explained the difference between the AMA sessions and full webinars a few times.

OFA has a full webinar scheduled for April 4th.

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What does the conditional order routing does that Ninja doesn't do for example?

Many thanks

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trade tracking technology

Is this trade tracker is still availiable?


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My definition of order flow is based on a measure and or analysis of trades at the bid or ask. Wonder if you would be so kind as to comment on my craziness…

I track the aggressor trader, many times the “herd “. This may or may not be the traders who are in control, which is what I refer to as the right side of the market or “smart money”. I want to be on the right side of the market. I categorize trades at the ask as buys and trades at the bid are as sells – simply a way to consistently quantify who’s who - namely who is the aggressor. I read somewhere that it is a market fact limit orders cannot be filled by other limit orders. All limit orders must be filled by a market orders, it’s how the market works. Thus, if a buy limit order is triggered, the aggressor was a seller. To further reinforce this concept, what type market order is filled at the bid? A sell market order is filled at the bid. Also keep in mind that stop orders become market orders when hit.

Watching bid and ask ratios and applying their possible meaning to market context provides an edge. For example, at the bottom of a downward thrust one typically sees an increase in volume or trades. Did the orders occur mostly at the bid or at the ask? How is price responding? Are the aggressive bids being instantly filled or are the sellers met with buyers without pace? Or, is price bobbing up and down, like a bobber while fishing? Did the substantial pickup in bid trades cause price to go down or up? Was price at this location recently and if so how did it react? These informational items are the edge that order flow provides, aiding in my decision making process as a scalper. Then and only then, and after hours and hours and hours, and even more hours, of live chart time does this information provide a “feel” of things. I don’t think it’s complex, just a lot of things to consider in an instant.

It’s also very interesting to see where most of the volume occurs on a bar, such as a 5 tick range bar. Let’s you know where some traders are.. who may or may not be on the right side of the market. I sure do like to “help” those unfortunate soles who find themselves on the wrong side of the market exit their positions.

I think you're on point here. I would also add that having a plan for where you "expect" things to happen - meaning a place/region you are looking trade is pretty critical in the order flow process. If you're trying to read the print all day to find entries you are probably going to go nuts. No different than waiting for an indicator at random intervals. Do your homework on a couple of instruments each day - find the areas you would want to trade (or trade to), pick your points and wait for the flow to tell you something good.

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Hi DB,

I'm sure you have this kind of thing ready but if you don't it would be very useful. Can you post a PPT or PDF with the answers to the following types of questions and general info.

This is a great post and series of questions. Let me discuss with Mike and I'll do it when time allows. Mike did ask me to do a webinar to address most of this so I want to be sure I'm on the same page with him.

And I don't have this kind of thing ready - this is why we do 1-on-1 customer demos instead of mass marketing. I'm new to the forum gig so I guess I better get it together quickly.

Thanks for the detailed questions,

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Feedback on the 30mn run: Given the situation and the fact that it was so short, we didn't learn nothing more than whatbisnbeing posted here IMO. Am sure the proper presentation in April will be more detailed and useful.

To those people selling their licenses: What is your Ask price? There seems to be more supply than demand. Sellers initiating?

Dom,

Sorry this is late but I don't keep up with the forum daily. As you are now a client - welcome to the family.

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