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Introduction
This article is to explain and show how a price flow actually works, thorugh some extremely simplified examples, in the attempt to show what is in my opinion the most important concept to understand about financial markets.
Basic concept
Everything starts from accepting a law: if there is an imbalance between supply and demand, as direct consequence a price will change. This is true for any exchangeable stuff, will it be a product, a service, an idea, a commodity and so on. It is an extremely simple concept indeed: more demand equals price up, more supply equals price down. If there is 1 unit of anything, and a lot of people looking to buy it, price will be rising till the point where only 1 will be the buyer.
On the other side if there are 100 units and few buyers, price will be correcting down to attract new customers till the point where all units will be sold.
Supply / demand flows
In a financial marketplace there is a continuous exchange and participants can be either selling or buying the same instrument, or even simultaneously selling and buying. An important difference with any other market, is that there is unlimited quantity of any given instrument, so price…
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loriana 1 Dec.

Great read

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Good article!

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TInna 2 Dec.

very good!

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chuvee 2 Dec.

I like the article.

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nice work

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Introduction
This article will continue the "Trading Abc" series, going through a deeper analysis of what is a chart, how price flow is represented on different timeframes and how to consider a timeframe compared to another which are some basilar points I need to focus on before going through the main aspect regarding supply and demand and market behaviors.
If you are interested, here below the list of previous parts:
Charts
Everytime we look at a chart, what we see is the graphical representation of the consensus price for a given instrument over a specific period of time. This is done by a software elaborating all data and drawing a line for every new tick, so for example this is how the GBP / USD chart looks like:
In this case the chart represents all ticks coming in 20 minutes from 14:00 to 14:20, and they are connected each-other by a line so to simplify and make the visualization more readable by human eye. There are other ways to visualize the same price changes over a period, and the most commonly used is the candlestick chart, where every candle is a representation of all tick data over a specific frame of time. Let's say …
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olya2517 5 Nov.

good)

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TInna 9 Nov.

wery well!

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good

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adiray 16 Dec.

great article there

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Starsailor 31 Dec.

nice work

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Introduction
In this article series I will go trough some of what in my opionion are the main factors to be considered in trading, based on my own personal views and experiences, and I will do in a kind of self - introspective way,so please, don't get stressed if for some reasons you find your self in opposite opinions.
Analysis
What are we talking about when we speak of analysis? Some years ago when I started trading, analysis meant this:
What do you see in this chart above? I tell you: it is a compression of data showing market movements during a certain period of time. In this case, every 4 hours, the program will draw the so called "candle" to give us a visual representation, but if we would be able to zoom enough out a tick chart, we would see exactly the same moves. I say this because, I suspect this concept is not really clear to many people: what you see is data compression! Candles are those things we can light up on a romantic dinner with our partners.
There is a level where is more convenient to buy, and there is a level where is more convenient to sell (or not to buy), but how do we determine that level? Is it really so c…
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Uladzimir 11 Oct.

хорошая работа

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klizthiac 14 Oct.

very good article

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Ruteale 16 Oct.

Good!

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well done!!

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good

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One can accomplish what he/she need to be in forex trading, however the fact of the matter is 90% retail trader are not in benefit. I will compose a progression of short articles about my very own trading background and technique I utilize. We are working in a live battle filed must on loser side. So before going into front line did we set up our self for battle? I know a significant number of you thinking that we have our weapons with us i.e Bollinger bands, Ichimoku moving averages, parabolic SAR, Standard deviation even thousands of other indicators. But when we have all these kind of weapons than why greater part of traders are in misfortune? Sound to be bizarre isn't it. May be we pick wrong weapon for wrong fighting !!!!! my wrong weapons
I used such a large number of indicators and system/frameworks however toward the end I come to realize that there is no distinction. If you utilize them or not. By then I stop my trading and start perusing books article utilized web and so on, yet every one of the things I read are same. So what is the contrast between fruitful trader and unsuccessful one, one day I choose to leave every one of the things and trade my own. Yes I leave ev…
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HOME 27 Aug.

I like your article. Come on, I hope you can continue

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HOME 27 Aug.

Wish you good luck and achievements

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HOME 27 Aug.

very good,

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ZaremaAlb 30 Aug.

well done:) and good luck)

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Спасибо. Хорошая статья и впечатляющие примеры.

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