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Originally Posted by karthikmarar View Post
Vinay

Nice Analysis. It is obvious that you have done your homework on VSA.

I am also not saying that the market is ready for shorting. Just the time to be cautious... the "Yellow Light"... Just raising the

Karthik,
Last year also you had flashed similar warning in TJ,which was proved right.And as you are not short term trader,I presume that you are not subjected to "positional bias".I am with your analysis.I request you to do something about coding of your AFL.
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Originally Posted by alex View Post
Thanks for starting this thread, Karthik all guys knew you are the most sought after man when it comes to volume.Should we discuss market delta and related charts for discussing price and volume relation? as jesse sir advised me 'the best way to learn market delta, apply basic wyckoff and vsa principles'

Dear Alex

Frankly my knowledge about MP is nothing more than basic and I cannot say much on this. Our friend Jesse has done lot of work on VSA and MP and can guide us better.

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Originally Posted by musterion View Post
kartik...some doubts.
1. how to spot professional accumulation & distribution as it is happening & not after the fact,,,still finding it difficult to understand.
2.reaction of price at support/resistance trend lines in a rangebound market.
3.how do u manage to get tht transparent cloud on ur volume histogram..i still cant do it even after u hav told me in TJ...can u help pls.

Dear Vikram

The first two question would require some work on my part to give a better explanation. I will take up these topics later in detail in this thread.

for the cloud please add these lines to your chart.

u1 = Study("u1", GetChartID() );
d1 = Study("D1", GetChartID() );
PlotOHLC( u1, u1, d1, d1, "", colorCustom4,styleCloud );

Then draw the study lines on the chart and name them u1 and d1 from the properties window (Double click on the study lines). then the shading will appear on the afl.

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Some thoughts …

On VSA most of us make the mistake of trying to analyze each bar in isolation like most ‘candlestick’ers do.

Simply going by whatever little information we can gather from TG and Tom William’s book will definitely not put us on the right path. Once we acquire the basic knowledge we should try to think out of the box to enhance our understanding of the smart money moves.

IMHO The best thing to do on VSA is to identify where buying pressure / selling pressure or the lack of it manifest. With this knowledge and good knowledge of support and resistance areas one can do well in VSA. Of course excellence can come only after months or years of study.. Miles to go before …
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This weekend view on Nifty. Please do post your comments

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.I request you to do something about coding of your AFL.

Pl. see chart.Database contain only few days data, still long term and medium trem trend is indicated by AFL.There are several other errors in interpretation code too.Pl. do something.
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Pl. see chart.Database contain only few days data, still long term and medium trem trend is indicated by AFL.There are several other errors in interpretation code too.Pl. do something.




THE CODE FOR THE TREND:

j=MA(C,5);
TLL=LinRegSlope(j,40) ;
Tlm=LinRegSlope(j,15) ;
tls=LinRegSlope(j,5);


("\n Trend: ")+WriteIf(tls>0,EncodeColor(colorLime)+" Short Term-UP",EncodeColor(colorRed)+" Short Term-Down")+
WriteIf(tlm>0,EncodeColor(colorLime)+" MID Term-UP",EncodeColor(colorRed)+" Mid Term-Down")+
WriteIf(tll>0,EncodeColor(colorLime)+" Long Term-Up",EncodeColor(colorRed)+" Long term-Down"));

ur data base has only 8 bars of data & all trends are down.
so if tls >0 & tls is equal to the formula calculated then short term trend is up , else it is down.rest can be similarly explained.

i think im right but wud still like kartik to give his views.
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This weekend view on Nifty. Please do post your comments

Here during the down move, volumes are more than previous up move and price was also at overbought zone. But the price didn’t come down rapidly in this down trend. When ever price broke previous lows, it moved up again, showing that there is no evident barriers for demand. After that, from past two days, prices started moving up with less effort than the down move. Similar volumes when compared to the month long rally.

My mind keeps telling me that this is a re-accumulation


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Is the "smart money" moving out of Sterlite longs?


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I donot know why image is not appearing. Let me try once again


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