Stop Hunt On VSA Chart – Trading Tips By The One Minute Trader

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Stop Hunt On VSA Chart – Trading Tips By The One Minute Trader

Stop hunt happens all the time in the markets. And they can provide you with great trading opportunities. But to trade them you need to find them first. VSA charts are one of the best tools for the job. You can easily spot such stop hunt on VSA Chart. Once identified you can develop a trading strategy around them…


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Software Used

TA Software Platform Ninja Trader 8 (free to use) –
Market Profile / VSA / Order Flow Software –
Options Analysis Options Oracle –
Streaming Software OBS –
Annotation Software (Screen Drawings) –

Must-Read Books For Traders

My Books

Anyone Can Learn Market Profile By Dean –

All-Time Favourites

Reminisces Of A Stock Operator –
Fooled By Randomness –
The Black Swan –
Skin In The Game –
Antifragile –

Market Profile Books

Anyone Can Learn Market Profile By Dean –
Markets In Profile –
Mind Over Markets –

VSA Books

Mastering The Markets (Free Download) –

Trading Books (Must Read)

Market Wizards – Book 1 –
Market Wizards – Book 2 –
Market Wizards – Book 3 –

Trading Psychology Books

Trading In The Zone –
Trading pSychology 2.0 –
The Disciplined Trader –

Risk Management Books

Super Trader –
Trade Your Way To Financial Freedom –

Gear Used


Primary Camera –
Live Streaming Camera –
BTS & Photography Camera –


Main Lens –
Streaming Lens –
Photography Lens –


Video Tripod –
Photography (Travel trip[od) – Sirui A 1005 with Y 10 Ball head –
C-stands and Grip Arms –


Main Lights –
Main Softbox –
Streaming Lights –


Microphone On-Camera –
Main Microphone Wireless Lavalier Microphone –
Boom Mic –
Streaming Microphone – Shure SM7B
Cloud Lifter CL-1 –
External Audio Recorder –


Video Editing – Davinci Resolve 16
Photo Editing – Affinity Photo



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