Volume Weighted Average Price

It is too early to make the call that the bullishness is over with the markets remain above the Volume Weighted Average Prices (VWAP) since the rally began on the 10th (blue horizontal lines), but there are clear reasons to be cautious. Breaking those VWAP levels (which are constantly changing with new data points) would … Read More


When buying pullbacks, you do not want to buy on weakness because disasters like DFS can happen. Instead you want to monitor the pullback, wait for buyers to regain control the buy with a stop below recent lows. DFS may be stabilizing here, but it looks like the short sellers are defending their position aggressively.

Since Coming Public

four days ago, NetSuite Inc.(NYSE:N) had an excellent run. Now the stock is experiencing a little profit taking and the best level of support for the stock appears to be near 32.75-33.25 which is the location of the 61.8% retracement level of the rally. That level is also where the Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) … Read More

Different Accout, Different Personality

Yesterday I showed a video of a scalp short in VMware, Inc. (Public, NYSE:VMW) The account I traded it in has some excellent tools for order execution and I received a lot of feedback from people who thought the tools would help their trading. More advanced trading tools will help a lot of traders, especially … Read More

Institutional Trading Benchmark

Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) People often wonder why the trading volume slows so dramatically during the middle of each trading day. The most common explanation for the midday inactivity is that it is lunch time and while it is certainly part of the reason, it is not as though the specialists and market makers … Read More