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guys ,

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

I tried filtering, but I feel that it can be missleading as it would basically exclude possibly lots of volume.. larget lots are not always right.. the idea behind what they are doing as well is that they are aggregating the volume at a given price on the B or A side.. so if 1000 cars traded (they could have been 1,5,13,27,50,100 sizes) @ 1159.25 A.. and 2000 cars traded (who knows what config) on the B side... it would group them together instead of showing each individual transaction.. that is how I believe it works..

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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

No sound on that vid link?

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Would you mind sharing your chart definition for your screenshot that you provided of the footprint chart on market delta.. Looks very clean compared to the default settings.

you can find a similar chart

https://futures.io/elite-group-trading-methods/3301-market-delta-users-11.html post #108

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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


What's he doing?

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+1, I have been trying to duplicate that screen in MD without much success... if you could share it would be great..

Try these. I think I got them from one of Fiki's earlier threads

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What's he doing?

Reading the order flow on the order book. What has traded at each price is only half the story, which as i've mentioned in a couple of other posts is why I don't rate software like market delta/md spin offs or stuff like that order flow analytic crap (the worse one i've seen to date)

The way I personally look at it is that it's like boiling an egg. There's two options, the normal way which works fine, or the lazy man way where you go out and buy a $120 gadget that says it will give you the perfect boiled egg every time, but never does, then just breaks.

Carrying on the the analogy, just get a pan and water to boil your egg, it's worked for as long as eggs have existed, you can get it exactly how you want it, and being able to boil an egg is a basic skill you need if you want to be a chef, or in this case a trader

Another video for you: YouTube - Day Trading ES 18th October.avi

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Reading the order flow on the order book. What has traded at each price is only half the story, which as i've mentioned in a couple of other posts is why I don't rate software like market delta/md spin offs or stuff like that order flow analytic crap (the worse one i've seen to date)

The way I personally look at it is that it's like boiling an egg. There's two options, the normal way which works fine, or the lazy man way where you go out and buy a $120 gadget that says it will give you the perfect boiled egg every time, but never does, then just breaks.

Carrying on the the analogy, just get a pan and water to boil your egg, it's worked for as long as eggs have existed, you can get it exactly how you want it, and being able to boil an egg is a basic skill you need if you want to be a chef, or in this case a trader

Another video for you: YouTube - Day Trading ES 18th October.avi

Not sure why you are posting these vids...do they have sound? perhaps it is my problem, but no sound and I cannot understand what is being conveyed. Thanks for any help, gh

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Hi Bids, what instruments do you use in your trading then if you say order book and cumulative delta useless?

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Reading the order flow on the order book.

I get that, you seem knowledgeable on the subject, so I just meant do you know in a nutshell what's he looking for? For example, in a nutshell on a chart I am primarily looking for a bounce off a trend line or a break followed by a pullback. Maybe it's more complicated than that or if you don't know that's cool, thanks.

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Is there any kind of order flow indies with Ninja? Something that may show orderflow divergence?

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