An illustration accelerates understanding.
It makes visual learning via demonstration powerful. Agree?
Why bother with a long-winded technical dissertation - when you want to see how you can improve entry and exit timing to:
Overcome entering too early - or too late.
Avoid being a victim of predatory algorithmic trading.
Hang on to your profits and not give them back.
Remove some of the uncertainty of trading to reduce anxiety and stress.
But it Makes No Sense!
Ever looked at an active price DOM/Price-Ladder/Depth-Of-Market in attempts to 'read-the-tape' - only to conclude:
"That Makes No Sense Whatsoever "
Well guess what?
In isolation - that's exactly right.
You have a framework to determine trading boundaries - like playing fields for sports - think in-bounds and out-of-bounds.
And rationale for entering into trades based on unique evidence the crowd isn't aware of...
Suddenly the additional layering of the DOM gives you insight for tactical precision to overcome problems listed above.
You're joining the ranks of professional traders who's ability to use the DOM is vital to their success.
Watch the footage and see how the DOM gives you greater insights into the timing of your trading.
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