There is that. Trying to compose a library of most common ones without falling in love with any or all of them.
How do you spot it? One way is a swing in the opposite direction and a test preferable touching the previous trendline. What are other known ways?
Well said. The question is what can one be learning to start within this area?
One has to start somewhere to get the basics and some help when one gets stuck.
I'd also add direction. One can work very hard and still get nowhere.
Where can one learn more about bars that one does not understand yet? Is there a good bar guide?
There is more and more unnecessary information in that thread. Which particular posts do you have in mind?
That's an interesting thought! Never thought about it.
What about people who got to a stage when they are ready to learn but do not know where? Where can one learn more about momentum and volume?
Agreed. But then there are trend changes and no-trend times. How to do about those?
If this is Price Action, there are quite a few guys who promote it. Whom do you prefer? Brooks, Volman, someone else?
I watched a NT video about Order Flow indicators and another video how a guy made trades using a combination of Order Flow and supply&demand...
Sam Seiden? Currently studying his stuff.
An interesting question. Never thought about it from this dualistic perspective. Let me say that I try to use algorithms, that I discover along...
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