Author: Michael Valtos
My name is Michael Valtos and since 1994 I have been trading for banks (JP Morgan and Commerzbank) as well commodity trading houses (Cargill and EDF Man) and for myself. I created orderflows.com to help traders understand and trade with order flow.
In 2013 at the age of 44 I left JP Morgan and decided to trade for myself based on what I had learned along the way. The Futures industry has changed for the retail trader. Commission are now very low, real time data is not expensive and computers are cheap.
Most retail traders I talk to use indicators to make their trading decisions. MACD, RSI, moving averages, etc.” Rather institutional traders base their decisions on macro views of the world based on the price the market is trading at. They may think the price is cheap relative to where they forecast the market should be trading one month or even one year from now, so they buy. It is these views that help to move the market. Retail traders don’t understand that mathematical derivations of price is not what moves markets.
Sale page: orderflows.com
This product is available
Orderflows charts are for active traders with adequate risk capital. It is suitable for intraday traders and swing traders alike and can be used for longer term position traders too. It is suitable for any trading instrument that has enough volume to create a true supply and demand driven market. It is not specific to any one particular trading instrument. It works for any time frame, no matter how short or how long.
What will you learn:
Learn how to identify high probability trading opportunities.
Learn to interpret market imbalance developments.
Learn to quickly identify trends and join them as soon as they begin.
Learn how to understand why the market behaves the way it does.
Learn to identify when prices are accepted or rejected by the market.