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Thought of arranging my earlier tweets on #mp_amt in serial order. Hope it would be useful-
2. Composite portrait of the Model Superforecaster By Philip Tetlock and Dan Gardener in Superforcasting
3. My Understanding of Minus Development
4 Minus Development as explained in A Six-Part Study Guide to Market Profile by CBOT,
5. A beginners take on Low/High Volume Area in #MarketProfile
6. Timeframe control and their behavior is one of the most important concepts in #mp_amt
7. Notes from Jim Dalton’s webinar - Review of The Major Principles Jim Trades by
8. Notes from Jim Dalton’s webinar- The Integration of Momentum Trading and Market Generated Information
9. Chart representing some of the #mp_amt terms.
10. Chart examples of Point of Control
13 My understanding of 'Excess' in #mp_amt
Feedback/corrections most welcome.
@assortZ @Thakker_Inv @sweetspottrader @StoicTrader
14 A brief compilation of some of the resources to learn Market Profile.
find the link document here-
15 My notes from Jim Dalton's webinar Trading Value versus Price
We Trade Value not Price
16 Market Profile opening types via @FuturesTrader71
17 Notes from Jim Dalton's latest webinar-
Top 10 Trading Mistakes to Repeal & Replace in 2017
18 My notes from Jim Dalton's latest webinar-
Thinking Fast and Slow-When the Rules Collide

In point C. missed 'do', we do that a lot.
In point Q. please read 'importance of Emotional capital' instead of financial capital.
19 Jim Dalton's Trading principles to live-by, the guru shares wisdom from his 40+ years of experience…
19 Monitoring Trend for Continuation by Jim Dalton
20 These are some of my novice observations on trading with orderflow.
-Conditions in which a large lot trader who gets stuck-
(1)Market is trading sideways in PD’s Value Area or range.
(2)Enters at extremes after an extended move.
(3)Doesn’t get follow through.
21 These are some of my novice observations
An LLT player who takes market in his direction-
-(1) Market is trading above or below PD’s range, day has clear directional bias.
(2)Enters just above or below a congestion zone or resistance/support area.
(3)Gets follow through.
19 Inspired by @StoicTrader mindmaps, I tried my hands at it.
Sharing only carefully selected examples from my winning trade charts and so these setups don't always work.
Sharing for educational purpose only, do your own research
Corrections/feedback most welcome
@StoicTrader Chart 1 Gap and go on the upside (in context of an up trending market)
Chart 2 Gap and go on the downside (in downtrend)
Chart 3 Trading with overlapping range
@StoicTrader The three question traders face
What to do- Long or short?
Where to enter?
When to enter?
#MarketProfile and #OrderFlow may have the answers

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