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Value Area

The Value Area is generally considered where 70% of the Volume has traded for the session, when using Volume Profile, or where 70% of the Time has traded for the session, when using Market Profile TPO charts.

Many profile traders will use the Value Area's as support and resistance areas, or areas of interest to initiate trades, in combination with the Point of Control.


[top]Value Area High
Value Area High (VAH) is the upper price limit of the Value Area.
[top]Value Area Low
Value Area Low (VAL) is the lower price limit of the Value Area.
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Created by  Big Mike , April 19th, 2012 at 07:26 PM
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