Hello, VWAPians!

As a curmudgeon, I hate things I don’t understand.

Even though I’m the Viceroy of VWAP, believe it or not, there was a time where I didn’t even get it.

We all start somewhere.

I blew up my account FIVE times before I bent the knee to the VWAP gods.

Now I stand among them.

That’s why I start EVERY DAY preaching the gospel of VWAP on Money Morning LIVEfrom 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. right here.

Then I venture into my Warlock’s World where I shake, rattle, and roll live VWAP trades from 9:30 to 11 a.m.

And today, come CLOSE OUT THE WEEK with me at 1 p.m. ET right here!I’m gonna be LIVE from Baltimore and I know you’re DYING to know which color khakis – nay, chinos – I decided to wear to tonight’s company party.

That said, I may have a preternatural sixth sense for the market now, but I had to work HARD to become The Warlock.

That’s why you always hear me saying that trading is a job. Because it is!

You don’t get to be the BEST without putting in the work. But I’d be straight up lying if I said I got here alone.

I know my VWAPian family is familiar with my brother from another mother, the Fractal Assassin, the 8-Baller.

If you aren’t familiar, get familiar when 8-Baller breaks down my trades EVERY DAY during the Daily Decode in my Warlock’s World at noon ET.

Well, I bet you didn’t know there were three heads to this monster, did ya, pal?

My VWAPian friends that were in my Warlock’s World yesterday, were treated to a very special session from the Obi-Wan Kenobi of VWAP — Solid Jell-O.

The VWAP masters deciding who buys lunch.

Before Solid swung through and brought VWAP back to basics, I demolished VWAP trades on stocks like Inspira Technologies (IINN) and Stitchfix (SFIX).

IINN hit a daily high then consolidated at the VWAP. When it came off that leve, it was a buy at $4.20 (hehehe).

The stock rose by $1, then consolidated again, before breaking out again over the $6 mark.

IINN consolidated around, then broke VWAP on Dec 9.

That’s classic VWAP trading.

Speaking of classics, I haven’t dropped one my classic Knowledge Bombs in a while. I’ve been SO excited with teaching you how to trade, I forgot all about them!

Leave it up to the Maestro of the Multiday, my coder Solid, to drop this “solid” Knowledge Bomb…


Solid refers to VWAP as “fair market value” or “price discovery.”

In the absence of buying or selling pressure, price action will always revert back to VWAP for fair market price discovery.

I hope you took notes when Solid spoke; he’s reverse-engineered the entire stock market!

VWAP represents who is in control over a given period. If a stock is above VWAP, bulls are in control. If a stock is below VWAP, bears are in charge.

Any time price action comes in contact with VWAP, there will generally be a follow-through price interaction.

As Solid says: “This is magic that mere mortals can’t handle.”

In his opinion, there’s plenty of good catalysts for entries – like moving averages, for example – but a stock’s price is going to resolve itself at VWAP.

I always say that VWAP is like a magnet. Bears can be in control, bulls can be in control, but eventually, price will be pulled back to fair market value.

There’s no other indicator in the cosmos that determines where fair market value is, other than VWAP.

This is why I love Solid.

We don’t think the same. I’m Rain Man, he’s Einstein. I’m sheer, raw talent, he’s methodical mathe-magic.

But we come to the same conclusions.

All that matters is VWAP.

And that is magic that mere mortals can handle.

I know my VWAPians have a lot more questions for Solid than could fit in that one session, so I plan on bringing him back for more sage wisdom REAL SOON.

In the meantime, I’m in Baltimore, and I’m in PARTY MODE. Better yet, I’m in VWAP MODE, and I’m ready to trade (and party maybe?) live with YOU at 1 p.m. ET right here!

That’s all for now, VWAPians. Let’s finish the week STRONG!

Best of luck in your trading!

Kenny “The Warlock” Glick


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