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2 thoughts on “S&P 500 (ES): Volume Profile and Price Action Analysis”
Your videos are always excellent but I wonder why, when you’re sure that price will return to the heavy volume area, you don’t enter trades in the direction of that return as well as entering a trade after the line has been reached. Isn’t there a chance of two winning trades instead of just the one?
I am not saying the price will come to that level. I am only saying that “IF” it comes there then there is likely to be a reaction. I am not trying to predict if the price will make it to this level in the future or not.