In the first article, I’ve explained various concepts which are critical to understand Volume Spread Analysis. In this article, I’ll continue to explain more insight on VSA as well as simple set-up we can apply to real trading.  We’ve seen every trader has their own way to look at chart, some using candlestick to identify pattern; some using line chart to identify swing high, swing low; some even not looking at chart at all, they argue that fundamental sentiment drive the market, so they follow their fundamental interpretation to make trade decision. For me, I use phases on to define background and trading direction.  In every market, we have two forces which interact and move the price: Supply and Demand. When supply is overwhelming demand, the big player will start distribution phase, after a period of distribution, the sell-off starts and now we have downtrend or mark-down phase.  After a period of sell-off, player will start to lock in profit as well as weak demand step in; price will retrace to 38.2% or 50% Fibonacci levels before it hits supply again and continue its downtrend. We call it re-distribution.   After a period of mark-down, big players start profit-taking as w…
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