The Orderflows Absorption Course consists of 7 video modules and PDF files that you can download and print out to write your notes on.
Module 1: What is absorption and why it matters. In this module I explain absorption which is one of the most important concepts in order flow analysis that not many traders understand or know how to recognize. It through the foundations of order flow delta, imbalances and point of control that a trader can know when absorption occurs.
Module 2: Understanding the players. In this module you will learn how different players trade in different market situations. I explain how big traders trade highs and lows differently and how you can take advantage of it.
Module 3: Recognizing absorption. In this module you will learn how to recognize when absorption is really occurring and how to see it in the order flow. Markets often make very strong moves after absorption occurs and knowing how to spot it will improve your trading.
Module 4: Accumulation and distribution. In this module you will learn how to determine if the market is in accumulation mode or distribution mode. I explain the difference and the importance between absorption and accumulation/distribution.
Module 5: Reversals vs continuation. In this module you will learn how to spot the differences in the order flow by recognizing when absorption is occur to find turning points in the market or to confirm when a strong trend is underway and being supported by institutional trading.
Module 6: Absorption trade setups. In this module you will learn 6 different absorption trade setups that you can add to your trading arsenal and build trading plans around.
Module 7: Putting it all together. In this module you will learn how to put all the pieces together to make sense of the market, its participants and why moves happen.
Most traders focus only on price and the few that even use volume relegate it to the bottom of the analysis pile. I will show you how analyze volume in relative terms to easily understand market activity.
Volume, by itself means very little. That would be like asking someone how tall they are. Without taking their height in context to other people, it doesn’t mean much. But compare it to a room full of people and you can determine if they are tall, average or short. Volume is the same way, without context, you can’t really do much with volume, but once you start taking it in context and make comparisons you start to see some very interesting things.
Once a trader understands and knows how to trade absorption, their view of the market will become clear and into focus so that the trades they make become more accurate and take less risk.