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Understanding Price Action: practical analysis of the 5-minute time frame Paperback – 17 Oct 2014
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About the Author
Bob Volman (1961) is an independent trader working solely for his own account. He is the author of Forex Price Action Scalping, a book widely acclaimed by active scalpers for its ingenuity and practical usefulness, and in steady demand since its first publication in 2011. Understanding Price Action is his second volume on price technical trading, containing all the insights and practicalities any trader could ever hope to find within a single trading guide. Free excerpts (PDF) can be downloaded from www.upabook.wordpress.com
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In one part of the book - he does six months of continuous charts. And he's written on them. Saying why he did this, or why not that. Great!!
I've seen a couple of things in this work that I had thought would have been great to have had in his Scalping book. Like more notes on the example charts - well he has just such charts with notes on them in this book. (That is like sitting with the guy - it's enormously generous of him).
Then he also goes in more at trade selection. The previous book makes loads of mention of that - but always in the context of a particular setup - however in this new book he makes a chapter for it.
Then there is an expanded section on exit strategies. Now he had a superb section in the previous book, but he's expanded this to a three chapter section.
It looks like he's grouped the setups from the previous book into a small set of "types" of setup. So I get a more general discussion of the rationale behind those types of thing.... This might get me into a way of thinking as I look at the chart - to first see a "type" of setup emerging before narrowing in on the specific ...
He also has new stuff in a general section on false breaks, and false higher highs, etc. This is really good because it feeds into the whole selection process and helps evaluate exits and things of that nature!
I don't know much about the author. He writes very well, and he is obviously enthusiastic about this topic; that comes across in the writing. There is also a consistency not only across this book, but also across both of his books, which makes me feel like he has very much actually done this. It isn't "academic" inasmuch it is a practical book, or a book of practicalities presented with commentary on the why. It is really very good.