Vsa

#16
OK... no worries.

I have the 'Master The Markets' book and have read it a few times

Please accept my apology .... VSA is the way to move forward to be succesful as a trader. When you said you had 'lots of helpful information' I was expecting a bit more than just a pointer to the Tradeguider site.

Have heard that Todd Krueger is very clued up about this (used to be CEO @ Tradeguider) ... think he fell out with them and has now started his own training service - any experience of him?
Apology accepted. I only mention the Tradeguider site as there is a lot of free stuff on the site relating to VSA, I myself am still trying to learn it as its quite complicated, but I am convinced the route to succesful trading. Volume is not usually shown on trading platforms which is the key. The you tube videos also are very good. Of course they would like you to buy the software but I believe like other genuine people they make most of their money from trading. I think if you are a good trader you could make your days money within 2 hours!(oh please can that be me soon!) then you have tie for training, or golf,tennis or sailing!
I starting using Tradeguider about 6 months before Todd left and listened to many of his seminars, I don't know what happened with him but guess he made his money out of trading and that was enough.

I am getting some videos of VSA in a couple of weeks from Tradeguider and will post them on the site for anyone who is interested.

I must stress again I am nothing to do with Tradeguider but use their software and believe in Tom Williams and VSA which his beliefs are based on.
Regards

Stephen Frankel
 
#17
I remember they used to have data issues a few years back, if your system crashed you had big gaps in your charts. If they have overcome this problem then VSA is an excellent program to trade using volume. I met Tom Williams at the time tradeguider got involved, they had a few difficulties but i think they may have been resolved now.
I have no problems using their updated software, and since Gavin Holmes has been in charge customer support has changed significantly!
Stephen Frankel
 
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#18
Apology accepted. I only mention the Tradeguider site as there is a lot of free stuff on the site relating to VSA, I myself am still trying to learn it as its quite complicated, but I am convinced the route to succesful trading. Volume is not usually shown on trading platforms which is the key. The you tube videos also are very good. Of course they would like you to buy the software but I believe like other genuine people they make most of their money from trading. I think if you are a good trader you could make your days money within 2 hours!(oh please can that be me soon!) then you have tie for training, or golf,tennis or sailing!
I starting using Tradeguider about 6 months before Todd left and listened to many of his seminars, I don't know what happened with him but guess he made his money out of trading and that was enough.

I am getting some videos of VSA in a couple of weeks from Tradeguider and will post them on the site for anyone who is interested.

I must stress again I am nothing to do with Tradeguider but use their software and believe in Tom Williams and VSA which his beliefs are based on.
Regards

Stephen Frankel
Hi Stephen,

Thanks for your reply. I would be interested in watching the videos that you mention. Since my last post I have found Todd's site (it must be newish as most of the links don't work - lol!) which is now offering a DVD training course .... I won't post a link but I am sure you can find it if you want to ;)

A very important point you mention is that most trading platforms don't really offer volume ... hmmmm I wonder why ? It is patently clear that the last thing they want the retail trader to see (and understand) is the volume and how to read it!

There are always plenty of people out here who blindly say "there is no volume in Forex as it is not centralised." It makes you think who these people are sometimes ? :sneaky:

All the best,

Willowgal.
 
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#19
VSA way to go!

Hello guys. Good topic on VSA. I do use VSA along with Makert profile and volume profile analysis and let me tell you that the only one thing that are making on the road of success as a trader. Trading without volume is not anymore possible for me.

And I do also only trade spot forex for now and eventhough there is no central exchange in the spot forex market, there is a forex feed that I use which is called GTIS forex data feed and is used through esignal.

I trade using their livecharts using real time GTIS forex data feed. This feed include more than 200 contribtors in the forex world, ranging from big banks to brokers and institutional investors. So, the volume of this feed is really good for trading the VSA way as it is the most nearest feed like true volume of the future market.

So people saying the volume in spot forex is worth nothing is plainly wrong if you use that feed i mention.

Of course, if you use the pseudo volume feed of the MT4 platform which only represent the tick volume of that particular broker, is not a good way to use volume in forex trading.

I may sound affiliated to esignal but i am not and i am a esignal customer since only last week but their feed as dramatically increased my trading as i now trade forex with the right volume indications

Hope that help

Shreem:)
 
Apr 3, 2011
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#20
Hello, for two years there've been no entries. I think it's time to ressurect the thread. Me and a couple of my friends have been studying VSA for a couple of weeks or months. We are no beginners - we are elementary. We will use this thread to share our experiences on our learning curve, which, for VSA, is quite long, but rewarding in the end. We firmly believe this and we welcome anybody interested in learning VSA with us to join us on the quest for proficiency. :)
Les_Paul
 
#21
Hi I agree,

we should encourage people who are interested in VSA.
I firmly believe that VSA is the Sat Nav of the trading world rather than figure it out on a route map. I wish it was as easy though.
Do anyone belong to the VSA club as I do?
Regards

Stephen Frankel
 
Jul 1, 2011
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#23
Hi
If you are a VSA fan ,I have a VSA RT 4.0 RT VSA software for sale. This is a stand alone software with a owner serial no . It is not a annually membership subscription. I bought it last year in october before they change their business model into leasing their software. You have to get data feed though from realtime data or esignal. You can contact me at pcyip@paradise.net.nz.
The reason why i am selling is I am taking a lifetime opportunity to a different vocation - even though i thorougly enjoy trading.
PC
 
Feb 3, 2019
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#24
I am reading into vsa a lot lately, it’s a very in depth subject and I would be grateful if anyone can consolidate it for me into a easier to understand explanation