Saturday, August 31, 2019

Market Profile Concepts Short Forms Explained

Market Profile Concepts - Short Forms Explained

Market profile concepts can seem confusing sometimes. Add to it my habit of using short forms it becomes even more confusing. But now there is a solution. Today I am sharing the full forms of approximately 50 market profile concepts and terminologies which I often mention in my analysis in the form of acronyms.

I have used many of these concepts in my new Market Profile book - Anyone Can Learn Market Profile. The book is released and available on Amazon. (link:

Some of these terms are explained in great detail in my market profile course. (link:

These concepts include terms like market profile day types, (ND, NVD, NEX, DDT) or market profile value area (YVA), Failed auction in market profile (FA, FBO) and HVN in market profile (HVN, LVN, CHVN), one time framing in market profile (OTFing), point of control in market profile (POC), poor highs and lows (PH, PL) and much more.

I hope this video will make it easy for you to understand these concepts and you can make use of it in your trading using market profile.

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Software Used (Grab Limited Time Special Offer)

Bell Market Profile Enterprise Plan -

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Gear Used To Make This Video (With Purchase Links)

Primary camera - Canon EOS 77D + Sigma 17-50 mm f2.8 lens - and

Secondary Camera - Panasonic Lumix DMC-G85 -

Tripod Stand - Sirui A 1005 with Y 10 Ball head -

Mini Tripod Manfrotto Pixi Evo 2 -

Microphone On Camera - Boya BY-MM1 Shotgun Microphone -

Main Microphone - Rode NTG4 Plus Condenser Microphone -

External Audio Recorder - Tascam DR 60 Mark II -

Video Editing - Vegas Movie Studio 16

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1 comment:

  1. All information and practices supporting trading are negative: trading involves doing speculation, a personal behavior to be avoided in the moral context.


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