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cabafx.com194This is a brief explanation about TradeGuider and the underlying methodology of Volume Spread Analysis.
We will be showing examples of how professional activity is clearly visible in all markets
and in all timeframes, if you know what you are looking for.
TradeGuider is based on a methodology called Volume Spread Analysis.
Volume Spread Analysis (VSA) is a proprietary market analysis method that was conceived
by Tom Williams (Chairman of TradeGuider Systems). VSA is utilized in the TradeGuider software to
analyze a market by observing the interrelationship between volume, price, and spread of the
price bar (often known as the range of a price bar).
This method is particularly good at highlighting imbalances of supply and demand.
TradeGuider was previously known as Wyckoff VSA (Volume Spread Analysis) and has been
in existence forex 20 years. TradeGuider is unique due to it being driven by an artificial intelligence engine. This software is capable of analyzing any liquid market, in any time frame, and extracting the information
it needs to indicate imbalances of supply and demand on a chart. In doing so, TradeGuider is
able to graphically show the essential force that moves every market.

Content :
The Buying Climax (Start of distribution)
Supply Coming In (also has the appearance of an Upthrust)
No Demand (No Demand at market top)
(example silver intraday Infinity AT chart)
Sequence 3
Possible Hidden Selling
Supply Coming In
End of a Rising Market
Potential Climactic Action
Upthrust After Weakness
Reversal After Effort To Rise
Supply Overcoming Demand
End of a Rising Market
Demand Overcoming Supply
Potential Climactic Action
Stopping Volume
Bottom Reversal
No Supply / Test
Potential Climactic Action / ShakeTest
Two Bar Reversal
Bag Holding
Potential Professional Buying
Potential Selling Climax
Demand Overcoming Supply
Reversal Over Two Bars


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