Title: How to Swiss Time Your Trade Entries Using Order Flow
Date: September 15, 2016
Presenter: Stephen Vettorel
Join Stephen Vettorel for this live webinar demonstrating how he uses the volume imbalance Footprint to find optimal trading opportunities.
The Market Delta Footprint Chart is being dubbed “a breakthrough for traders”, providing more chart visibility, and letting traders look inside the bars and track buyers, sellers, volume, and order flow!
This visibility can create a trading edge helping you make more precise entries and better timed trades using information others may not have. The chart was designed to help the trader answer the ‘when’ to trade vs. other indicators ‘where’.
Stephen will discuss the following in this live online event:
- Reading order flow with the Footprint chart, an intro
- Why the volume imbalance Footprint takes the work out of reading and interpreting the Footprint and makes it easy to know what to look for
- How many traders “over analyze” reading this chart
- Misuse of pattern recognition strategies
- Interpreting volume at price information
- Why your interpretation of context is so critical to trade success
Stephen Vettorel is the Founder and Managing Partner of FXESTrader.com and the independent fee only Benchmark Wealth Advisors, LLC. Steve is a recognized expert in Auction Market Theory and its practical implementation in framing the market via the Market Profile®. As a preferred educational partner of Investopedia, NinjaTrader and Market Delta. Steve utilizes their Footprint® charts extensively to coach members. Currently, he spends his days trading Benchmark’s client portfolio’s as well as mentoring FXESTrader.com members.
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