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Extra 1 O; The bar after N is an up bar on an increase in volume, and this bar O is no demand, potential weakness to the uptrend, but the following bar is up, so this 'No Demand' has failed, because the market is still strong, and you have to watch out for this, testing after weaknes is a bullish indicator.
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Extra 1 A; Down bar on very high volume at the open is really whipsawing to catch stops, a real test of nerves for the small lot trader, anyway closing off the low is bullish, with the next bar up. B; Another wide spread down and look at the volume, the volume has decreased and the close is way off the low indicating an up move is a possibility and next bar up confirms this, but note the volume increasing. C; this is a continuation of the previous bar and the volume is not as high, this is a potentially bullish bar but the next bar is down, don't forget that the smart money always sell into up bars as it easier to distribute in this way. D; No Demand confirming that the distribution phaze is complete , note how low the volume is on this bar. E; This looks like a test, but the volume is a bit high telling us that supply is still present. and I would not go long on this bar because the background is weak at the moment. F; A wide spread down with the next bar up is bullish, and the volume is high, so you should be cautious, look for a test, or low volume down bar before entering. G; An up bar close on the middle, this could be bearish, but volume in not excessive. H; A down bar, the spread between the open and close is very narrow, but the high is greater than the high on the previous bar, which could be bearish, but we now have potential strength in the background. The result is that the next bar is up on average volume. I; A no Demand up bar, volume clearly low, and it at the same level as bars C, D, indicating that prices will not push through this old high, and this is bearish. Next bar down. J; this is a down bar closing very close to the open and look at the volume, very very low, you do not want to be short with this bar at it's close. The next bar is up also on low volume, but this could be that there are very few sellers and this is known as a vacuum. K; A wide spread up closing off the high, on an increase in volume, with the next bar's high higher than point K, an old top has enough sellers to stall the up move. L; A down bar on a narrow spread closing off the lows is a test, and we now have weakness in the background, this should tell us that because the next bar is down, it may not go down too far, had the next bar been up, then this would have canceled the weakness at point K. M; Bottom reversal, A down bar with the next bar up, the volume is quite low, so no selling pressure to the down side indicates a bullish move ahead is on the cards if the market is strong enough. look for a test. N; No demand, but we now have strength in the background, if we had weakness immediately in the background then this bar would have more influence even though the next bar is down. O; Previous bar is 'No Demand' but this bar is down with very low volume indicates that the down move may not last, next bar is a wide spread up, this is bullish and will catch a lot of stops. P; As the market climbs, the volume increases, with the bars starting to close off the highs, this indicates that the market is turning bearish, can you see that the high volume is on up bars before a reversal? this shows you how the smart money works their manipulation into the herd. Q; Same as bar P, but higher up, next bar is down on low volume, the distribution is not yet complete. R; Upthrust. This is the bar you have been waiting for, supply swamping demand, and opposite to point J, is the market was still bullish, why would the close be very close to the open on an increase in volume? this bar is a good short, with weakness in the background. The point of an upthrust is to catch stops and mislead the herd into going long, the opposite strategy to the smart moneys true intentions. S; Market tumbles to this point, point R would have given you a splendid return for your risk, but this bar S has a lot of volume, as we know the smart money always buy on down bars and sell on up bars. So I ask my self if monday morning could be up by the open
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Extra 1 A; Up bar on very high volume at the open means there is supply in the market, and as it is on an up bar, it must be professional liquidation. next bar down indicates that there must have been more selling, else this bar would have been up too. B; Testing the supply on the first bar A, this is what to look for after high volume on an up bar, the market is suddenly bullish. C; As prices rally from the test at point B, there must be locked in traders looking to exit at break even, hence the increased volume and closing off the high, with the next bar down. D; No Demand confirming that the supply on A and C is still there and a factor, as we have now an old top to the left, we will need to see effort to break through this old top. E; this bar is a bit strange, it is an up bar but closes equal the previous close and the volume is low, looking into the background, there is some buying on the bar following D, so this bar E indicates that prices will probably not decline further. F; Another test, smart money is testing the water for an up move, and there is an old top in the background, now likely to be broken. G; Increased volume on this bar and the previous bar, supply form that old top is lingering, supply must be swamping demand for the close of the bar to be near the open with the next bar down. H; A down bar, the spread between the open and close is very narrow, and the volume has dried up, as you can see reading further into the chart the market now just drifts sideways. I; A low volume down bar, again the market is just drifting, more likely to until the cycle is broken. J; Same as point I, but with the next bar up, the effort is beginning. K; A average spread up bar closing off the high, on an increase in volume. There is supply hitting the market here, the next bar looks weak too. L; A down bar on a narrow spread closing off the lows is a test, and this is a lovely example of what a test should be, testing the weakness of point K. M; Another sign of strength, the market will rally as there is no significant weakness to stop the up move. N; Another 'No Demand' still a bullish trend, the only direction is up. O; The bar after N is an up bar on an increase in volume, and this bar O is no demand, potential weakness to the uptrend, but the following bar is up, so this 'No Demand' has failed, because the market is still strong, and you have to watch out for this, testing after weaknes is a bullish indicator. P; A narrow spread on this bar as the volume increases, with the close off the high, this indicates that the market is turning bearish, look at how high the volume is? have you ever noticed that a market reversal always takes place after a spike on an up bar, or down bar. Q; This bar is a spanner in the works, we have supply swamping demand on the previous bar, but it also appears that there is some support in the market on this bar. Outlook: The market has turned weak at the end of the session, and that would normally make me bearish for a down move for the following open, but I do not like the increase in volume at point Q, so it could be a down or flat open tomorrow.
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