Technical Nonlinear Support and Resistance with Modified VWAP Methodologies
MIDAS is an acronym for Market Interpretation Data Analysis System
The focus of this website is the technical application of modified VWAP (volume weighted
average price) techniques to the financial markets known as the MIDAS approach.
The modified VWAP techniques in the MIDAS approach are varied. They refer not only
to the range of adaptations made to the basic VWAP formula from which the MIDAS system
evolved but also to the generation of new forms of indicator.
Some of these modified indicators apply to new chart timeframes such as the intraday
while others apply to new markets such as the cash foreign exchange market. Other
modifications apply to distinct forms of chart environment.
It is recommended that visitors new to the MIDAS approach read the introductory essay
which has been updated from the previous website. Interested readers should start
on the MIDAS orientation tab or here.
A new essay – Essay Two in the navigation panel – is an addendum to the introduction
to the book and provides a clear overview of how the MIDAS system has been evolved
in the book and related articles. It is recommended reading even to those with more
knowledge of the MIDAS approach. Interested readers should also start on the MIDAS
orientation tab or here.
A site news page explains the need for this new website beneath the Home page on
the main navigation bar.
MIDAS Technical Analysis
A VWAP Approach to Trading & Investing in Today’s Markets
The modified VWAP methodologies discussed in this website and utilised in the market
commentary blog are extensively covered in the book in individually written chapters
as well as in specialist publications.
Professional praise for the book is accessible via the book image.
Modifications for intraday analysis and secular degree timeframes, modifications
for varieties of market and varying market conditions, modifications for pronounced
or rapidly changing volume trends, and modifications for new alternative volume options,
including FX tick data and futures open interest.