different video, I have a few of theirs since I find it interesting and I was trying to duplicate their concept with MarketDelta.... in any event, that one on the post does not mention it at all... but you do need second login, which the broker is more than willing to do for you.. it is still tied to the same account.
Hmmm...wondering if we watched the action, by capturing it on Camtasia or whatever, and slowly replayed it...as price action hits a key Support/Resistance (S/R) level, if we could ever spot a pattern of how price reacts to it. This seems to be what OFA has done in identifying two patterns, one like I think it was 65% of the time and the other like 15% of the time...occuring. Then somehow we could write a routine to test for that pattern, and backtest like they did, to get those numbers...or perhaps I'm just dreaming?!?
The other thing, I need to post a request to indicator development thread, to see if someone would code that volume meter, once you enter a trade...man that would be quite slick! Not to mention having Time and Sales grouped by price level...kind of a no-brainer when you think about it...amazing NT hasn't done it yet frankly.
using reversal chart with Volume price statistic (POC) can be better
as for the trade tracking using regular time and sell to see the tape work good just use some sort of filter and see if they agree with your trade
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The thing with software like orderflow analytics, it's just a massively glorified indicator that doesn't really tell you much. The only thing it's telling you is what is trading at the bid and ask and nothing more, which is only half the picture you need. Everything you need is on your order. Watch this video on youtube YouTube - Scalping ES with Order Flow