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Online Price and Volume Course

Only for students who have acquired the Basic Course and the Advanced Course.
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ATTENTION: This course can only be acquired by advanced students of the courses of Trading y Bolsa Para Torpes or in the pack with the three courses.

The professionals mark the direction of the price on any instrument, and always in their own interest, not ours. Learning to trade following their movements, such as a drag attached to a shark, is what will guarantee a jump in safety and efficiency in our trading. And fortunately, professionals leave a mark, and following that mark, our trades follow those who dominate the market and not those who operate without reference.

Gabriel Fernández-Álava, the professor of this course, began as a basic course student at BPT where he discovered and began operating futures. He jumped to real tradubg without being prepared, just after finishing the advanced course ,and after receiving serious lessons of market humility, he decided to stop and train with the best. He did that for almost two years in the United Kingdom and the United States, and keeps his training alive constantly.

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Course program
1. Session 1

MODULE 0. GENERAL INTRODUCTION OF THE COURSE

Volume spread analysis: analysis of the volume and range of the candle.

MODULE 1. INTRODUCTION TO THE READING OF THE MARKET USING THE VOLUME AS AN ELEMENT OF ANALYSIS

  • The financial market as an auction.
  • Volume analysis as a method of interpreting market behavior.
  • Glossary of basic terminology and advance of key concepts in the analysis with contracting volume.
  • The analysis with volume as "antidote" to professional manipulation in the markets.

MODULE 2. READING THE MARKETS THROUGH ANALYSIS WITH VOLUME AND TECHNICAL ANALYSIS

  • Volume and technical analysis: compatibilities
  • The volume as a great "validator" of technical analysis
  • Key analysis elements with transaction volume

MODULE 3.1 VOLUME: KEY ELEMENTS

  • The three laws that dominate the market:
    • Law of supply and demand
    • Law of cause and effect
    • Law of effort and result
  • Imbalances between effort and result
  • Potential imbalances in anticipation of a possible change in the sense of price.

MODULE 3.2 VOLUME: KEY ELEMENTS (CONTINUED)

  • Point and figure graphics for counting potential price targets
  • Volume and range of candles: importance of closing in relation to the range of the candle
  • Absolute volume and relative volume.
  • Bullish and bearish implications: candle intentionality

MODULE 4. HOW THE PROFESSIONALS MOVE THE PRICE: THE ACCUMULATION AND DISTRIBUTION PROCESS

  • Wickoff price cycles
  • Scheme of the accumulation process: phases and events in the accumulation according to Wickoff
  • Phases A, B, C, D and E (Wickoff + Pruden)
  • The distribution process: Events and phases in Wickoff

MODULE 5. HOW PROFESSIONALS CONTROL THE PRICE: THE ABSORPTION VOLUME

  • Absorption as a maneuver so that the price does not shift
  • Concept and verification of a situation of absorption
  • Difference of absorption with "upthrust" (push) and "shakeout" (shake)

MODULE 6. OPERATING WITH VOLUME

  • The importance of practice
  • The dominance of a single market and the importance of the seasonality of the volume in different time slots
  • Intentionality, ATR, Fibonacci ...
  • Importance of opening volume
  • Elements of analysis in the operation: dimension Japanese candlesticks with climatic volume and observation of tests without volume

MODULE 7. EXTREME VOLUMES AND DIVERGENCIES (ADVANCE OF CHANGES IN THE PRICE ADDRESS)

  • Extreme volumes and divergences as a base of operations
  • Concept and defining elements of extreme volume
    • Context
    • Volume
    • Candle range
    • Professional handling
  • Professional "cheating" maneuvers
2. Session 2

MODULE 1. AUCTION THEORY IN THE FINANCIAL MARKETS

  • The financial auction as a fundamental element of market behavior
  • Traditional auction and double track auction
  • Fundamental components of the auction process: the importance of value
  • The four key areas of the auction process

MODULE 2. INTRODUCTION TO THE MARKET PROFILE

  • The importance of price with respect to time as a generator of value areas
  • Application of the Gaussian bell theory to financial futures markets: potential market profiles
  • The market profile as a graphing mode that allows to understand the market structure

MODULE 3. ELEMENTS OF THE MARKET PROFILE

  • Daily temporality: information provided by the profile Vs the information provided by the Japanese candles
  • Elements of the market profile:       - TPO´s       - Brackets       - Initial balance       - Tails / Stems       - Value area             - Value high / low area             - POC (control point)             - Bare areas of value and control points
  • Glossary of terms
  • Volume profile
  • Composite profile

MODULE 4 TYPES OF MARKET OPENING IN PROFILE

  • Open drive
  • Open test drive
  • Open rejection reverse
  • Open auction in range
  • Open auction out or range
  • Overlap of daily value areas

MODULE 5 TYPES OF MARKET DAY IN PROFILE

  • The importance of the initial balance sheet (IB) in support of the possible type of day in development
  • Normal day
  • Normal variation day
  • Trend day
  • Double distribution trend day
  • Non trend day
  • Neutral day
  • Neutral day extreme (neutral day with extreme)

MODULE 6 PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF GRAPHICS WITH MARKET PROFILE

  • Figures of "p" and "b" in a normal variation day
  • Patterns “b” and “p” in value area throughout the session: price objectives
  • Initiative buying / Selling vs responsive buying / Selling (initiative activity Vs response activity)

MODULE 7 KEY RULES IN THE MARKET PROFILE

  • Areas of value and POC prior to previous session
  • Stop runs
  • Ledges (shelves)
  • High Volume / Low volume nodes
  • Directional performance (directional conviction)
  • Rule 80/20

MODULE 8 RESOURCES

3. Session 3

MODULE 1 INTRODUCTION TO THE ORDER FLOW

  1. Order Flow concept
  2. Order Flow chart elements
  3. Candle composition
  4. Delta
  5. Chart Profile and summary
  6. Order types
  7. Order Book: Limited Orders
  8. Delta divergences
  9. Auction pending settlement
  10. VWAP
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