Master of Markets
The surefire system for discovering red hot markets & niches… and finding the perfect products to sell them.
I’m going to share some secrets with you that can improve your success rate with new projects and markets.
Easy-to-read, step-by-step guide you can start using immediately to create your ideal business.
I personally take you by the hand and walk you through the entire process.
The Volume Spread Analysis (VSA) Methodology and TradeGuider
Our proprietary Volume Spread AnalysisTM technology is used to generate the indicators in TradeGuider™.
All of the charts in this book were taken from the TradeGuider or VSA software (the forerunner to
TradeGuider). In order to maintain the continuity, meaning, and relevance of the original text, we have
chosen to keep the original (VSA) illustrations in some parts of the book, as reference is made to various
points on the charts for teaching purposes.
This book is your foundation course in the Volume Spread Analysis™ (VSA™) methodology, which takes
a multi-dimensional approach to analysing the market, and looks at the relationship between price, spread,
For the correct analysis of volume, one needs to realise that the recorded volume information contains only
half of the meaning required to arrive at a correct analysis. The other half of the meaning is found in the
price spread. Volume always indicates the amount of activity going on, the corresponding price spread
shows the price movement on that volume. This book explains how the markets work, and, more
importantly, will help you to recognise indications as they occur at the live edge of a trading market –
indications that a pit trader, market-maker, specialist, or a top professional trader would see and recognise.
Volume Spread Analysis seeks to establish the cause of price movements, and from the cause, predict the
future direction of prices. The ‘cause’ is quite simply the imbalance between Supply and Demand in the
market, which is created by the activity of professional operators.
The effect is either a bullish or bearish move according to the prevailing market conditions. We will also
be looking at the subject from the other side of the trade.
The Largest Business in the World
Every working day, billions of dollars exchange hands in the world’s stock markets, financial futures and
currency markets. Trading these markets is by far the largest business on the planet. And yet, if you were
to ask the average businessman or woman why we have bull markets or why we have bear markets, you
will receive many opinions.