A Full course on OMT that will get you ready for Profiling in practice.
20 videos containing over 25 hours of Market Profiling and Auction Theory Knowledge for both beginner through advanced.
27 year Market Veteran goes through the mechanics of Market Profile and TPO and Auction Theory as it relates to all liquid markets from Equities, Futures, Bonds, Commodities, and Forex.
Profiling is a way of arranging market generated information to help discretionary and system traders make better decisions. Profiling originated on the floors of commodity markets. It was the tool professional floor traders used for decades to understand how the market was behaving and where it was likely to go next.
Today, electronic traders use the profile to graphically see market behaviors that are no longer seen on trading floors so that they can position themselves to take advantage of the favorable conditions these behaviors create.
Learn To See Markets Differently
BECOME A BEHAVIORIST
Many traders come to profiling because they have heard that it could help them gain an edge in their trading. However, when they start trying to use profiling, it’s often very confusing.
We exist to demystify the tools and help you unlock their potential for your trading.
Regardless of the financial product you choose to trade (stocks, futures or forex), it is helpful to know that financial products are traded in continuous auctions. Price movement is the result of the constant exploration of buyers and sellers as the auction progresses.
Since their inception, auctions have always operated on a fundamental understanding of value. Participants in auctions have perceptions of value and they position themselves around it. The behavior of auction participants is a clue to how they perceive value and what they are likely to do next.
As profile traders, we are not by nature technical analysts or researchers of fundamental economics. We are observers of behavior. We let the auction do the talking and we use profiling tools as the bedrock of our trading approach. It keeps us on the fore front of what’s happening and keeps us from being distracted by hours of tedious market research.