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The person who owns the business, Don’DB’ Vaello surely appears to be a wonderful person, but sadly he has absolutely no verifiable history of trading successfully. Maintains a twitter page of trading functionality, which comprises 100% winning day transactions, and tens of thousands of dollars of trading gains. But when faced with these supposed gains, he immediately admits he is simply an educational supplier and doesn’t have any verifiable trading effects.

Additionally, publishes a string of”actual trading movies” as a part of the advertising strategy which provides the feeling of live trading and wonderful profit potential. But once more when faced with verifying the validity of the trading movie’s, Mr. Vaello isn’t eager to verify functionality. We have to only trust himand hope that his magical trading signs are mathematically valid.

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Pros: Trading indicators that appear to be Christmas light decorations. Everyone loves Christmas.
Cons: Unfortunately, there is no trading Santa Claus. Don 'DB' Vaello makes outrageous claims of profitable trading results, unfortunately, none of his trading results can be verified. Marketing is very sneaky and misleading.

Thanks for reading today’s review of Order Flow Analytics

What is Order Flow Analytics? The company is a day trading educational business owned and operated by Don (DB) Vaello.

A review of Archive.Org reveals that the business originated in 2009. The business maintains a social media profile on Facebook and Twitter.

In the previous 6 decades, Order Flow Analytics has provided a great number of day trading solutions. Some of those products incorporate an”Intensive Boot Camp” at $2500, an”Apprentice Upgrade” to get an extra $2500, plus a”Bootcamp Extended accessibility” at $250 a month.
Order Flow Analytics

TradingSchools.club interviewed 5 buyers of this educational item. The average money spent was $3,500 per pupil. These figures represent the aggregate amount that every pupil spent on classes and instructional materials, in addition to the $97 a month to rent the trading signs.

Order Flow Indicators

Before I jump in the idea of Order Flow Analytics Indicators, let me first start off by stating that’Volume Visualization’ trading signs are not anything new. In reality, the available data to make these kinds of specialized evaluation tools have been in existence since the early days of digital trading aka Globex (1992). Basically, the Bid/Ask info which has been exhibited on a trading DOM has been parsed and spread-out within a graphical screen. And from this graphic screen, somehow we’re supposed to observe these magic patterns emerge.

Some trading educators will gleefully proclaim that “Huge orders are hitting the bid! And this means that perhaps a higher price move is imminent. Other trading educators will use fancy and authoritative terms like, “That Delta Divergence and Volume Cluster is where the BIG BOYS are standing their ground!” Yet others will proclaim that “Those massive 500 lot iceberg (lettuce?) orders that appeared only 60 seconds ago signify greater things to come!”

The one thing that all of these order flow indicator salesman all seem to have in common is that none of them have a verifiable track record of success. (at least none that I can find) When pressed for authentic results, they usually return an answer like,

When I developed the software, it was exclusively engineered by the world’s largest prop-trading organization.

Look, my software would of never been approved by XYZ trading platform if it were a scam.

I once had coffee with group of prop-traders in Singapore. And this lady uses a set-up named the Alligator to made consistent profits. She is happy and rich.

If you want to learn how to scalp the markets…you must use Order Flow.

Am I saying that Order Flow indicators are a complete and total scam? Am I calling DB Vaello a con-artist? No. But I am simply stating the obvious. He has no verifiable track record of ever trading successfully. And in my opinion, I have yet to find a vendor of ‘Order Flow’ trading indicators with a verifiable track record.

Supposed Performance Claims

DB Vaello of Order Flow Analytics maintains a flawless record of winning trades. At least, on his Twitter page. For the past year…DB Vaello posted the following list of day trades that he supposedly executed using his unique “Order Flow Analytics Analysis Software”.


$930 $770 $1,000 $1,220
$5,400 $1,260 $1,400 $1,400
$1,170 $1,600 $1,000 $2,200
$960 $2,260 $900 $2,500
$980 $1,130 $1,100 $1,000
$500 $480 $1,000 $10,500
$1,000 $1,600 $1,200
$1,530 $990 $1,600
$680 $930 $1,190
$1,080 $1,100 $1,300


Obviously, these sort of results appear to be ultra impressive. For the past year, not a single losing trade. Yet the Twitter page is replete with fantastic compliments and self-aggrandizement of the amazing Don ‘DB’ Vaello and his magic order flow analytics indicators.

I really enjoyed reading some of Don Vaello’s twitter comments, regarding his amazing day trading success…

  • “$1600 in only 22 minutes”
  • “$2260 in only 28 minutes. How was your trading today?”
  • “Cha-ching another $1300”
  • “Like taking candy from a baby. Another $2,000+ day”
  • “$10,500 profits trading crude oil. With only a 5 tick stop!”

On and on it goes. Twitter post after twitter post, all profits and never a mention of losses. All of this can be yours with the amazing Order Flow Analytics trading indicators.

Verifying Results

Obviously, with such amazing results, I needed to reach out to Don ‘DB’ Vaello and verify that these trades actually occurred. Unfortunately, Don ‘DB’ Vaello can show absolutely nothing to the TradingSchools.club audience to validate the authenticity of these results. In fact, when questioned about these results, he readily admits that the posted results are only for “educational purposes” and “these are not real trades”.

In my opinion, what is most frustrating is the sneaky nature in which he markets his trading indicators. Have a look at the following video…notice the recording of a supposedly live trade in crude oil. The video gives the impression that he is casually monitoring the market, and then a trade set-up appears. He shorts the crude oil market at 6 contracts, and of course, the trade is a huge winner for over $1,000. The key takeaway with this video is the subtle sleight of hand. The narrative is that we are supposedly watching a live trade, and as the trade unfolds, the magician walks the audience through the video. All the while telling the audience “I don’t know what will happen next”. But of course, he knows exactly what is going to happen next, a huge winner of $1,000+. The clever nature of the presentation gives the viewer a deep sense of hope, simplicity, ease-of-use, and lusty smell of profits.

In my opinion, the what is most impressive which the marketing videos of DB Vaello is the very smooth and calming nature of his voice. He is definitely an expert salesman. He just sounds authentic. He sounds like a trader. He say’s all the right things. It all makes you feel so confident.

But the hard and cold truth can be found by simply asking DB Vaello for any sort of proof of turning a profit, or proving the validity of these trades. He won’t. He simply responds, “this is for educational purposes only”, or “OFA is not a trading system and I have no results.”

Wrapping Things Up

I will finish this post with a little story from my past. Back in 1992, I was looking to learn how to trade. And just like you, I found a promotional advertisement in Futures magazine. A guy by the name of George Lane was willing to teach anyone to trade. He had developed a “weapons grade”, rocket mathematics trading indicator that could only be leased for a monthly fee of $250 per month. Supposedly he had been the head trainer at Bear Stearns, Goldman Sachs, and several other large trading firms. He had supposedly made millions of dollars and was now retired. But for the one-time fee of only $3,500, he would train anyone to trade. He was rich and taught this educational course because he, “simply loved to teach others to fish, to be successful at trading, to be financially independent, to make their dream comes true.” All could be conquered by learning how to use the super-amazing trading indicator called Stochastics. Yep, you are reading this correctly…stochastics.

Well, I bought into the dream, hook, line, and sinker. In those days, there was no internet. And so to learn this amazing trading indicator, I had to fly out to Illinois. In January, the freezing ass cold month of January. And so I went to spend several days with George Lane to learn these amazing trading secrets. For several days, I toiled away on a trading simulator that copied the price action in the SP500 Futures pit. Though I was mostly break even, old George Lane told me that I simply needed to keep looking at his amazing stochastics trading indicator and that the “patterns will emerge”.

Well, things didn’t work out so well. In those days, a trade cost $30. Or, $15 per side. And the trades had to be called into the pit, over an old telephone. As crazy as this sounds, I used to call a phone and place an order. After about 15 minutes, the broker would call me back and give me the fill price. At which you were either totally screwed, or totally confused about what to do next. As you can imagine, things didn’t work out so well.

Only after several years, did I invest in a program by Omega Research and backtest my Stochastics indicator. Wow was I shocked to learn that a Stochastics indicator has no more predictive value than a coin flip.

This is the underlying and fundamental problem with ‘order flow’ indicators…none of these developers can apply science that proves or disproves the theory that volume structure predicts directional price movement. It’s all interpretive. And just like stochastics, at some point, it will hit critical mass and these order flow indicators will be given away for free, or included in every major trading platform. But in the meantime, it appears to be the fashion of the day, with vendors galore selling what appears to be fancy looking Christmas lights.

Thanks for reading. I know this post is probably going to rankle a few folks. Plenty of people love these sorts of indicators, and plenty more love Don Vaello. But once again, this is just my opinion. Thanks for reading and don’t forget to leave a comment below.