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How I use the software

If you are completely new to order flow trading, it might be a lot to learn all at once.  Take your time and realize this is a marathon and not a sprint but once you have mastered these tools you will never look back.  Everyone else in the race will be looking at your back as you win.

Here is an example of how we use the AMS DeltaPrint Suite for our own trading.  Again, it may not be easy at first, but you’ll get the hang of it.  While we develop a ten-part Tutorial Series, here’s our first best shot explaining it all to you so you can get started.

Above is the Footprint chart (left) and the BookFlow chart (right). On the DeltaPrint chart observe the bulk of volume holding at the rectangle indicating something going on. It is still above the highest relative volume (automatically calculated) shown in orange.

At the “orange bar” is the bulk of volume acting as support when trading there (at least the first time). While the market did not trade very much, an LVN (Low Volume Node) was created on the daily profile (circled in the chart). This is important.

This is a good entry. Observing “support” in BookFlow really gives you a solid basis to trade. The “white level” (highest bid amount in order book) shows a significant amount of interest in those buying at that point. Traders started increasing their bid sizes when the instrument traded lower indicating “they” want to buy it.

What you see here are “reasons” to “go long” or “close a short” from the previous high-volume point (orange).  All together it makes for a nice trigger, high volume support from the recent up move supporting it with a “breakout” with BookFlow illustrating strong buy side interest below this level.

We are here to help. Follow our emails during your trial to improve upon your skills and learn enough to become an expert . . . well maybe not a true OrderFlow / FootPrint expert but you will over time.

Hope this helps.  If questions prevail let us know.

Happy trading!

Niels Koops

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