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Point Of Control

The Point of Control, commonly abbreviated as POC, is a Market Profile term which describes the price level where the most volume was traded (also known as the price level where the most TPO's have printed).


[top]Naked POC/Virgin POC
A Naked Point of Control (also called a Virgin Point of Control) is a previous POC which has not been traded at (taken out). It remains active until it is traded at (taken out) and for this reason it attracts price towards it.

VPOC can be an acronym for both the Volume Point of Control, or a Virgin Point of Control. It depends on the context.

Virgin POC
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Created by  Big Mike , July 13th, 2010 at 05:51 PM
Last edited by  Big Mike , February 9th, 2012 at 10:34 AM
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