order flow

With powerful modern trading tools, volume profile analysis is more accessible than it has ever been before. In this article, we’ll explore ways to use volume profile trading techniques to improve the trading and execution location.
With the advent of MBO, people are getting excited about using some of the new information in their trading. In this recorded webinar, Jigsaw Trading took a few steps back and examined the underlying activity of order flow to ensure we put icebergs and stop run info in the right context.
The volume profile has become a popular and fundamental tool among order flow traders. This article describes its terms, characteristics and ways to interpret the various shapes.
In their quest to make money from the futures markets, few traders stop to think and ask themselves a fundamental question, “Why do futures and commodity prices move?”
When traders set their futures price levels, they are commonly looking for either a trade reversal or a trade breakout. Predatory traders will watch these levels too. A “head-fake” is a common term given to a market that appears to breakout but then falls back into the range.
Over the past decade, trading execution algorithms (aka “trade algos”) have become increasingly essential for traders of all shapes and sizes. And now, the key is not just the use of algorithms in trading but choosing the best ones to use.
In this article, we’ll discuss the use of market levels in futures trading and how to trade-off key support and resistance levels.
Stop order runs have certain trade setups and clues. In this article, we explore how traders react and trader psychology around stop orders.
Is day trading without charts an amazing feat that can only be achieved by the elite traders? Or is it possible that it’s something quite straightforward? We introduce how traders use Volume Profile for specific key support and resistance trading levels
Why Professional Traders Focus on Risk Reward vs. Win Rate. If you told somebody new to trading that markets can only go in one of two directions, it would be natural for them to conclude that even a beginner could be right half the time.