Hey everyone, Just looking to share some ideas and see how others are using profiles on 24 hour markets like currencies, certain indices, etc. Aside from the occasional equity options spread, I mainly trade spot FX. Using profile levels is very helpful in determining s/r levels, etc. One thing I have found you can do is break the profiles into 8 hr segments to display what is happening in each session. That way it keeps London, NY, Tokyo, etc separate. It's not perfect, but it can offer some insight as to what each session is doing separately. I know that many people use midnight to start their profiles on 24 hr markets, same way they use midnight to calculate their pivot points, etc. I have seen some good s/r levels come out of this stuff, but I can't really figure out why anyone would start the profile at midnight, as it doesn't really seem to correlate with any particular market activity. Maybe it's just because it is more simple to just calculate everything that way. I was just wondering what some of you guys use for profiles on the 24 hour markets. A few years back, Bolter had some interesting ideas on looking for the market open in relation to the previous profile's value area/POC, etc. He had some really good ideas but it seems like it would tough to implement this into a 24 hr market, since open and close is so relative. I'm not an MP purist by any means, and I have been using MP to augment my trading for a couple years now with good results...but I am always up for discussing how others may have found more efficient ways to use MP in 24 hour markets. Thanks.