Volume profile- The insider's guide to trading PDF

Volume profile- The insider’s guide to trading PDF

Volume profile- The insider’s guide to trading PDF In this book you will learn:
•How to work with Price Action
•Price Action strategies that you can immediately put to use
•How Volume Profile works …

Category: Stock

Author: Trader Dale

Language: English

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Institutions move and manipulate the markets. That’s why you need to learn to think and trade like an institution.

In this book you will learn:
•How to work with Price Action
•Price Action strategies that you can immediately put to use
•How Volume Profile works
•My favorite Volume Profile strategies
•How to find your own trading style and what are the best trading instruments to trade
•How to manage trading around macroeconomic news
•How to do your market analysis from A to Z
•How to manage your positions
•How to do a proper money management
•How to deal with trading psychology
•How to do a proper backtest and how to get started with trading your backtested strategies
•What are the most common trading mistakes and how to avoid them
•The exact ways and rules I apply to my own trading

You will learn all this in a simple, poignant way along with many examples and pictures.

Table of Contents- Volume profile- The insider’s guide to trading PDF

Introduction  8
My story  8
What you will learn  9
Why don’t I keep it secret?  9
Important notice   10
Price Action  11
Why does the price move? 11
Who moves the price?  13
Indicators 14
How to spot institutional activity with Price Action  15
Sideways price action area  16
Aggressive initiation activity   18
Strong rejection (of higher or lower prices) 20
The complete picture  22
What timeframes to use to spot institutional activity  23
Price Action Trading Strategies   23
Strategy 1: Support becoming resistance (and vice versa)  24
Strategy 2: 2: Open-drive  26
Strategy 3: 3: AB = CD 29
Strategy 4: 4: Session Open 33
Strategy 5: 5: Daily Open 35
Strategy 6: Daily/weekly high and low  36
Strong or weak highs/lows  38
Failed auction  45
Volume Profile  51
Why are volumes so important? 51
Where to get Volume Profile  52
Where to get data  53
Volume Profile: Point of control  55
Volume Profile: Different profiles and their application  56
“D-profile“  56
“P-profile“ 58
“b-profile“ 59
“Thin profile“  60
Flexible Volume Profile 61
Volume Profile trading setups 63
Volume Setup #1: Volume accumulation setup 64
Volume Setup #2: Trend setup 70
Volume Setup #3: Rejection Setup 75
Reversal trades  78
Finding your style  80
Intraday trading 80
Trading instruments for intraday trades  80
Stop-loss and Profit Target for intraday trades 81
Swing Trading  82
Trading instruments for swing trades  82
Stop-loss and Profit Target for swing trades 83
Long-term investments  84
Trading instruments for long-term investments 84
Stop-loss and Profit Target for long-term investments  85
What instruments to trade?  87
Correlation & Excessive risk exposure  87
Being overwhelmed  89
Choosing the right currency pair 89
Steps to chose the right trading instruments  91
Major currency characteristics  91
My favorite trading instruments  94
BONUS: Best cryptocurrencies to trade 94
Macroeconomic news96
Tip #1: Don’t try to predict the news or the market’s reaction to it 97
Tip #2: Keep track of macro news release times 98
Tip #3: How to deal with unexpected news 98
Tip #4: The importance and possible impact of different types of macroeconomic news  99
1 Weak red news  100
2 Standard red news  101
3 Monster red news  102
Economic news impact tool  102
Tip #5: Which news affects which fx pair 103
Tip #6: Don’t trade during significant news release104
Tip #7: Ways to quit your trade before a significant news release 105
Tip #8: When to start trading again after the news release  107
Tip #9: Re-enter a trade after a macro event has passed 107
Tip #10: Adjust your trading to the post-news reaction 109
Market analysis from A to Z 110
Intraday trading analysis  110
Swing trading and long-term investment analysis  112
Position management 114
Profit Target  114
Fixed Profit Target:  114
Volume-based Profit Target:  114
Stop-loss placement 116
Fixed Stop-loss  116
Volume-based Stop-loss  117
Volume-based Stop-loss: Alternative SL approach  119
Stop-loss management 121
Quitting the position earlier  123
Money management 125
How much to risk per trade  125
Risk Reward Ratio (RRR)  126
Position sizing 128
Correlation 129
Trading psychology 131
Four kinds of trades 131
Good winning trade  132
Bad winning trade  132
Good losing trade  133
Bad losing trade  133
How to never break a rule 134
Cycle of doom and despair 134
How to handle winning  135
How to handle losing 136
How to deal with a standard drawdown 137


About the author

Trader Dale – Trading Education

I am a trader with 12+ years of trading experience. I trade using Volume Profile which is a tool that shows you where institutions accumulate their positions and what their intentions are.

I am a full-time trader with more than 13 years of real trading experience. I have a degree in finance, I am a certified portfolio manager, an investment manager in addition to my financial derivatives certification. I started my career in the world of finance as a market analyst for a major brokerage. After a short period, I then moved into trading full-time and set out on my own.

My trading strategy focuses on following the ‘footprint’ of big banks and other financial institutions who move and manipulate the markets. I do this using my custom-made Flexible Volume Profile indicator.

You can learn more about me by visiting my website at https://www.trader-dale.com where I share my experience, setups, and trading idea’s with thousands of students from all around the globe! I also provide an in-depth Forex Trading Course that focuses on educating a limited number of students in my proprietary trading style.

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