I' d like to start a discussion here on forex specific problems of price/ volume analysis. I don't want to differ too much between spot forex and globex. I see globex, just like EBS, as one of the main constituents of that decentralised market. Applicable volume is open to discussion, I propose globex, esignal and EBS, if you can get that. The thread on PV in general is: http://www.elitetrader.com/vb/showthread.php?s=&threadid=29005&highlight=price+volume There's a reason this thread got 117k views, anybody who doesn't know who dbphoenix is and didn't read that thread, in all politeness, please abstain from posting here. If you're new to the topic you first might get the pdf from: http://finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/DbPhoenix/ I state a few of my beliefs here: PV is about disputes. Trend lines or pivots or whatever may indicate where this disputes might be carried out. The outcome of the dispute is determined by price, significance of that outcome by volume or other timeframe participation. I do like the concept of "time pivots" and "price pivots". In full knowledge of a dispute waiting to be resolved, the parties involved might want to make an appointment when and where to do that. I do see specific problems in forex, regarding the non-centralised character of it, nevertheless it is an auction market like any other. That leads to my first question: What clues do we have, when and where disputes will likely be decided? -Trendlines of course. -Major fib levels should be unanimous too. -Floortrader pivots: Are they significant, and what's the applicable open and close? (I have found differing pivots on different websites) -vwap? time: Anything else than major news releases worth monitoring? With other words: whatÂ´s the open? Looking forward to replies... If you think, I should move this to futures section of ET please tell me.