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  • Conformity.

    Conformity.

    It was my 10th grade English teacher who introduced me to a slew of famous social experiments, most of which are centric on obedience, authority, and conformity. Stanley Milgrim, Asch, the Stanford Prison Experiment, etc., are all extremely well-know…
    - 82 days ago 13 Sep 21, 7:01pm -
  • Taking Another Look at Price Action

    Taking Another Look at Price Action

    While  it's obvious I have lost most of the blogging bug over time, I still enjoy getting things up here every rare once and a while. And while there are innumerable topics to discuss in this business, the more compelling ones tend to stem from a br…
    - 25 Aug 21, 12:10am -
  • Virus Headline Impacts on Liquidity, Volatility and Locations

    Virus Headline Impacts on Liquidity, Volatility and Locations

    I rarely do any kind of recent market commentary these days because I would never be able to keep up with it. I've been in this business for a good amount of time now. I was active during the last recession and I'll be blunt: that is the last time I…
    - 28 Feb 20, 11:43pm -
  • A Few Books Relating to Execution

    A Few Books Relating to Execution

    I feel as though I can never take in enough when it comes to execution. Had I known years ago what I know now, I would have made this a much higher priority in my early days. There is a bit of a problem with this, however, as most of what we know now…
    - 14 Feb 20, 6:53pm -
  • Day Opening Types as a Precursor

    Day Opening Types as a Precursor

    I have a ton of posts on my backburner here and just wanted to do some spring winter cleaning and push some of them out. As many of you know by now I'm a user of volume-based profile, which stems from the original works of market profile (which uses…
    - 3 Feb 20, 7:46pm -
  • 100% Free Squawk Through FinancialJuice.com

    100% Free Squawk Through FinancialJuice.com

    I have known the founder of FinancialJuice.com for many years now and just a couple months ago, he contacted me seeking feedback for a squawk service he launched a while back. Even with people have known for a long time (you too, FJ 🙂 ), I evaluat…
    - 30 Jan 20, 7:52pm -
  • Up and Down the Profile

    Up and Down the Profile

    I haven't been nearly as active on this blog as I would like to be in the past few years, and so please consider this post more a framework so some of you can better understand my own interpretations of volume profile, as I receive a decent number of…
    - 3 Apr 19, 8:22pm -
  • The Trader’s Guide to Mythological Constructs

    The Trader’s Guide to Mythological Constructs

    Like anything else, trading has its fair share of fads. They come and (generally) have a much harder time disappearing vs. something like fanny packs. People are drawn to novelties and things perceived as “easy”. Whether it be a new diet, kitchen…
    - 19 Mar 19, 8:19pm -
  • Determining Broad Volatility / Environment Using Previously Executed Volume

    Determining Broad Volatility / Environment Using Previously Executed Volume

    The post Determining Broad Volatility / Environment Using Previously Executed Volume appeared first on ParaCurve.
    - 30 Oct 18, 6:37pm -
  • Volumes in FX: Useful or Useless? Putting a Bad Debate to Rest.

    Volumes in FX: Useful or Useless? Putting a Bad Debate to Rest.

    There is a neverending debate that goes on in regards to transparency in FX, or more precisely, the “fact” volumes are nearly useless because: the market is decentralized, and because of this, volumes are only coming from one broker or, the only…
    - 24 Oct 18, 4:54pm -