Orderflows - Orderflows Inner Circle Video Club
What will you learn?
Currently there are 56 recorded webinar trainings (new ones will be added as well): These are my personal trading strategies and tips. This is my proprietary information. While I tried to share as much as possible I realized that there is quite a bit I didn’t cover. Even in the Order Flow Trading Course, I shared more and more, but still there were many things I just didn’t have the time to put in as their concepts are more advanced.
Webinar 1 – POC
POC is an overlooked tool by many traders, but it reveals a lot about the market. Look for POC at certain locations at extremes of bars when a move has been made. If longer term money is involved in a move then it is probably more serious. And you will see POC migrating up in a move up as POC acts as support or POC migrating lower in a move down as POC acts as resistance.
This wave like action, with the POC moving up and up is often a sign of institutional activity.
Webinar 2 – Combining POC
How to using POC Trader to find better, more profitable trades. When you use POC Trader as a filter, or trigger, in combination with order flow you can get rid of bad trades. That is what you want to do as a trader is cut out the losing trades altogether.
Webinar 3 – Delta Analysis
The best kept secret of order flow trading. Very few traders understand how to use delta analysis in their trading. I know a handful of very successful traders relying on order flow delta as the cornerstone of their trading methodology.
I do several webinars digging deeper into delta so that you can get a better more solid understand of delta and how to apply it to your own style of trading.
Webinar 4 – Intra-bar Delta
Catching Internal Shifts In A Bar As They Happen. If there was just one aspect of order flow that you can use to improve your trading use delta. I am a big user of delta. In this presentation I explain the importance of Max Delta and Min Delta which not many people use or understand.
Delta is not a holy grail, but a very useful and effective tool in trading and with it you will be able to make much better trading decisions.
Webinar 5 – Running Delta
Running Delta – Identifying Waves Of Aggressive Activity. Buying and selling often comes in waves and if you can identify. When it happens you can often find good trading opportunities as it can be the start of a move. They always say do what the big traders do. But they don’t tell you how to see what the big traders are doing, by reading the “Running Delta” you can.
I find myself being opportunistic at times and applying the running delta idea I can easily identify areas for low risk trades. Will every trade be a winner? Of course not. But what you want to find is areas where you can have low risk entries with good upside potential.
Webinar 6 – Delta Candles ***Indicator This Webinar Based On NOT included.***
Delta Candles are bar delta transformed into Japanese Candlestick style bar. So instead of having to analyse a number, the delta number, a trader can visually see what is happening in the delta based on candlestick. It’s a different way to view delta.
If you have any experience with Japanese Candlestick analysis. You know there are certain candles and candle formations that you look for during the course of trading. Delta Candles are similar in that respect. You are looking for certain candles and candle formations to appear.
One of the key elements of candlestick trading that make them useful in warning of potential reversals is the occurrence of long wicks. Long wicks suggest price rejection and a potential failure of the market to continue in the same direction. When used with order flow, these candlestick patterns can be extremely effective signals.
Webinar 7 – Unfinished Business
When there is volume on the bid side and offer side at the extreme of a bar, that is called unfinished business. There are different reasons why unfinished business may occur. But the common consensus is that the price level should be revisited. I am not a fan of unfinished business and in this presentation I explain why.
Webinar 8 – Major Imbalances
A Major Imbalance is an imbalance occurring at a very high percentage. For example 1000%, as opposed to the more common, almost industry standard, 400%.
Major Imbalances highlight to you what the major players are doing or who is in control of the market. You can miss the next move or get caught on the wrong side of the market. Order flow, through major imbalances, reveal the big player’s activity. And therefore, their commitment in the market. Because large players cannot execute size orders instantly at favourable prices. The order flow reveals their entry into the market and gives you time to trade accordingly. This telegraphed information gives you almost the same advantages possessed by the initiating player. This is a powerful advantage over most technical signals that are almost always two bars late.
Webinar 9 – Longer Durations
Traders tend to think that order flow analysis is only for short term charts. Like 1 minute, 3 range, 100 tick charts, etc. But its not. You can use 15 minute charts, 30 minutes charts. Personally I don’t go beyond 30 minute charts. But it does need to be an intraday chart.
I look at the same things – stacked imbalances, ratios, delta, etc. This presentation will deal with stacked imbalanced on longer duration charts.
When a market generated level of support or resistance appears on a longer duration chart I tend to put a little more weight into it.
Webinar 10 – Hidden Aggression
Hidden aggression occurs what seems like out of nowhere. You are sitting there watching the market and then notice a big amount trade on the offer and sell off. Or the bid getting pounded and the market rallies. What is going on. Its what I call hidden aggression.
You never know when a big order is going to come across an institutional trader’s desk. When a bank gets an order to buy 3000 ES. Or Chevron does a deal in the crude oil cash market and now has to hedge the equivalent of 1500 lots.
Once you know what to look for in the order flow, spotting hidden aggression becomes easier. But sometimes it is so obvious, so clear that the market is screaming at you that you feel like an idiot if you don’t take the trade.