For one thing, this is just a very very brief introduction to VSA. If I were to write everything I knew on the subject, it would go well beyond the limit of the article and be so long that I'd lose interest in the middle of it because you guys should be reading Master the Markets by Tom Williams to have a complete understanding of VSA. I just want to introduce the concept and idea behind VSA and go over some examples.Volume Spread Analysis, or VSA, is the study of volume and spread to determine the supply/demand imbalances present in the market. The truth is the markets are rigged in favor of certain group of market makers and syndicates who are always making money. This group is what we refer to as the "strong holders". The ones that are screwed are pretty much the retailers. This group is what we refer to as the "weak holders". People seem to hold the notion that news is whats driving price action. No, thats not the case at all. Trends are driven primarily by a supply and demand imbalance set by the strong holders. The strong holders trade with a very large amount of money, so they have liquidity issues. So that means the best way for them to load positions is to buy into weaknes…