Supply And Demand: The Pure Liquidity Concept, BOS and CHOCH Explained
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A strong uptrend can only exist if buyers outnumber sellers – that’s obvious, right?! During a trend, price moves up until enough sellers enter the market to absorb the buy orders. The origin of strong bullish trends is called an accumulation or a demand zone.
Bearish trends are created when sellers outnumber buy orders. Then, price falls until a new balance is created and buyers become interested again. The origin of a bearish trend wave is called a distribution or a supply zone.
From local flea markets to international capital markets, supply and demand are the driving forces behind all price discoveries.When there are a lot of people who want to buy a certain item, but there are only a few of them, the price will go up until the interest in buying matches the inventory.On the other hand, if no one wants to buy a particular item, the seller must lower the price until the buyer becomes interested or the transaction will not take place.So here are what you will learn from this book:
- Market Structure (Mapping and Application)
- Order block
- Efficiency and Inefficiency
- BOS ( Break of structure)
- CHOCH ( change of character)
- Inducement, Flip and More!!!