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For many traders and investors, price and the price chart itself are the beginning and the end of technical analysis,and this perhaps best describes those traders who classify themselves as price action traders. All they consider is the price and nothing else. However, for myself, and many others, this approach completely ignores the extension of price to its logical association with volume, which together then reveals the truth behind the raw data of price.The explanation generally given is that technical analysis is based on the underlying philosophy that all market sentiment is contained within a simple price chart. That a price chart encapsulates the views of every market participant at a given point in time. Moreover, that technical analysis is simply price analysis, and that traders can forecast the future direction of price by analysing and studying where it has been in the past.
Whilst this is undoubtedly true, what it fails to account for is the market manipulation which occurs in all markets and all timeframes. And in order to see inside the market, and what the insiders and market makers are doing, we have one tool at our disposal which reveals their activity instantly, and that tool is volume. And if you think this is anew approach, think again. This method was first developed by the founding father of technical analysis, Charles Dow. Then further developed by one of the greatest traders of all time, Richard Wyckoff. Iconic traders such as Jesse Livermore and Richard Ney used the same approach, and all had one thing in common. All used the ticker tape, reading the prices and associated volumes to interpret through the prism of volume and price.