Market Geometry Blog

Continued Behavior and Change In Behavior: CL #F

We are going to look at viewing real-time markets through the lens of Continued Behavior and Change In Behavior. This will take us in the direction of using our tools rather than them using us. The direction of slowing down and learning to respond rather than unconsciously reacting while trading.  I'm not doing a trade setup here, I'm doing step one of any trade which is to clearly see what is actually going on with supply/demand. The difference is made by doing what they (buyers/sellers) are doing rather than imposing what you want to do.

 

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Market Structure, Median Lines and Mapping Markets

In order to Map The Markets, we need to be able to define and isolate some distinctions within price flow. This is market structure, we are structuring and mapping a market.

This is the first in a series of posts on market structure and how it relates to Median Lines and trading. We want to build our house on solid foundations and principles that hold true no matter what's going on.

You can use this chart to as a reference in order to get a handle on the definitions and language used. 

 

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Trading Notes: Median Lines and Contraction/Expansion

This is a USD/GBP trade that i recorded for the purpose of reinforcing some recent lessons in our live Market Maps sessions. This basic strategy as shown in the NQ chart below involves how to use the pressure created when people are fighting the flow of a market that is pressing. If your not in our live sessions you should still be able to get the gist of it as well as some interesting Median Line work.

 

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The Practice of Discovery Part 2: AUD/USD 20min

Listening to Price flow rather than our ideas and reactions to price flow isn't easy but its the first step to trading that isn't random. Its never about what we know... its about what price is doing. Trading isnt easy but this is what im doing when im at my best.

 

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