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For these supply-anddemand conditions, the reaction to a price move is

stabilizing. In some cases, the numbers of previously available buyers and

sellers can be greater than the number of new buyers and sellers that can be

stimulated by a move. As a result, the reaction to a price move is not always

stabilizing. In fact, the opposite can occur. For example, if a move begins in a

price range of high

there can be fewer potential ...

For these supply-anddemand conditions, the reaction to a price move is

stabilizing. In some cases, the numbers of previously available buyers and

sellers can be greater than the number of new buyers and sellers that can be

stimulated by a move. As a result, the reaction to a price move is not always

stabilizing. In fact, the opposite can occur. For example, if a move begins in a

price range of high

**congestion**and moves to a region of lesser**congestion**, thenthere can be fewer potential ...

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If the amount of time spent is large, then there is

is small, then there is a lack of

Figure 4.1 as a bar graph. High bars represent high

represent low

mobility, as viewed by PDF analysis, is illustrated in Figure 4.1. Distribution

functions related to price are not by any means new. For example, the Black-

Scholes model, ...

If the amount of time spent is large, then there is

**congestion**; and if the time spentis small, then there is a lack of

**congestion**. An example of a PDF is shown inFigure 4.1 as a bar graph. High bars represent high

**congestion**and low barsrepresent low

**congestion**. The inverse relationship between**congestion**andmobility, as viewed by PDF analysis, is illustrated in Figure 4.1. Distribution

functions related to price are not by any means new. For example, the Black-

Scholes model, ...

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This approach is a means of assessing

can be plotted by either programming graphics in Visual Basic or by repeatedly

plotting price values with varying incremental delays. In summary, PDFs provide

additional references for analysis such as the peak or peaks and the minimtun

values of the distribution. There are alternative ways of viewing

as price layering. PDFs also complement other analysis references such as

support and ...

This approach is a means of assessing

**congestion**in a very qualitative way. Itcan be plotted by either programming graphics in Visual Basic or by repeatedly

plotting price values with varying incremental delays. In summary, PDFs provide

additional references for analysis such as the peak or peaks and the minimtun

values of the distribution. There are alternative ways of viewing

**congestion**suchas price layering. PDFs also complement other analysis references such as

support and ...

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### Contents

PART l | 1 |

Popular Trading Indicators | 13 |

Combining Trend Analysis with Indicator Readings | 30 |

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