Pulling Offers

The market traded down to a bid-limit order book imbalance. Failing to take out the imbalance, orders above the market were pulled. Traders who sold at the low looking for a quick profit were trapped. The market rallied 5-6 points from this order book imbalance. Our new depth history tracking allows traders to identify potentials such as these and maintain greater situational awareness.

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Thursday, September 24, 2015 5:39:00 AM


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