Microstructure question

Discussion in 'Trading' started by onava1, Nov 21, 2017.

  1. onava1

    onava1

    Hi All,

    Just wondering what this scenario means from microstructure point of view. if you connect prev bid( or ask) to current ask(or bid) is there any information that can be implied..
     
  2. maxinger

    maxinger

    seems like price is hardy moving.
     
  3. onava1

    onava1

    LOl.. had to laugh... i mean struture wise..
     
  4. maxinger

    maxinger


    ????
    don't know what is that red blue curve.
    some sort of DNA?
     
  5. It means that someone got talked out of Japanese Candlesticks. :rolleyes:
     
  6. onava1

    onava1

    candlesticks.. i use lightbulbs..

    seems nobody here can answer.. oh well.
     
  7. Sprout

    Sprout

    To add to the picture, you would need volume and volume pace. Together they would begin to form a 'sense' of who's dominant in offering vs taking liquidity. What your image implies are the oscillations between dominant and non-dominant traverses occurring within any two bar pattern. It also begins to show three types of turns that can readily be seen on a chart. There is a fourth type of turn which is much more subtle and requires more differentiation.

    The above description is a minority pov.
     
  8. Simples

    Simples

    If this is all you've got, notice how the closes are rising for each bar. The long "wicks" below could be rejection.

    I'd call this slowly trending / grinding up. You might want to take upward accelerations as buy signals.

    The curves are maximum allowed bar-bar volatility/trade signals. Type of silent PA where I'd lean to anticipate an upward explosive move.

    Could be a completely different picture if you include more bars (background) and volume.

    Not sure what you really mean by "microstructure".
     
  9. No.
     
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  10. maxinger

    maxinger

    haha.
    So now you know when we do trading, we use very simple system.
    we don't use complex DNA type charting tool.
     
    #10     Nov 21, 2017