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Fibonacci Support and Resistance Lines
I am impressed with your Fibonacci on Session indicator. Fib lines are important support and resistance but can be difficult to continually update on an intraday basis. Your indicator is the first one I have used that not only works but works well. The ability to switch to history mode and see where the fib lines were drawn on the chart on past days is quite helpful as well. Thanks for your quick and helpful support when requested."
“Moonlight drowns out all but the brightest stars.”
– J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings
In an experiment conducted on an arbitrary set of commodities for the year 1972 (Todd Lofton, July 1974, writes about his observations) it was shown that short-term movements of prices react with some uniformity with respect to the phases of the moon. In fact, the commodities chosen for observation–silver, wheat, cattle, cocoa, and sugar–showed an uncanny ability to form a rising market following a full moon and a falling market after a new moon. [Source: Commodity Trading Systems and Methods, P.J. Kaufman, p. 205.]
Many traders believe there is a direct correlation between the primary phases of the moon and the points at which any given, freely-traded market will reverse direction. To say the least, this phenomenon is quite amazing and has nothing to do with astrology and everything to do with astronomy and physics.
The cycle of the moon from new moon to new moon is called the synodic cycle. It is 29.5 days in length. This cycle, although invisible, appears to have quite an effect on the markets.
The Moom Phase indicator draws a vertical line at each bar that most closely matches the date/time of each full moon, new moon, first quarter moon, and last quarter moon between Jan 1, 2005 and Dec 31, 2020. It comes with a free data file that you can update, containing the time (down to the minute) of each full moon, new moon, first quarter moon, and last quarter moon between Jan 1, 2005 and Dec 31, 2020.
Entering trades in a trading journal enables you to view the trades in black and white, rather than just relying on your memory, which for most humans, is a stretch.
More importantly, a trading journal allows you to step back and view your trades as a group of trades, and not as individual and ultimately random transactions.
This sounds like a lot of work, right? And, if you had to do this all by hand, it would be!
This point is where the power of an online trading journal comes into play. Using an online trading journal takes all the tedious work away so that all you are left with is an easy method to track and analyze your progress.
With the Tradervue online trading journal, the process of becoming a more disciplined and profitable trader is exponentially shortened. Using an online trading journal such as Tradervue enables you to both, examine each particular trade and also the progression of your trading performance.
"An online trading journal is one of the best ways to improve your trading - and Tradervue is the most powerful tool available to track and analyze your trades."
Tradervue provides active stock, futures, and forex traders a tool to help keep an online trade journal, and eliminate the busy work associated with maintaining a traditional paper-based trade journal. Tradervue also offers analytics to help quantify trading performance, potentially leading to the identification of patterns that may have been hidden.
Initial Balance Lines were first introduced into the trading community by J. Peter Steidlmayer, the original developer of the Market Profile® along with the Chicago Board of Trade in the mid to late 1980s. Initial balance was defined as the price range resulting from market activity during the first two thirty minute time periods.
James Dalton expanded on the Initial Balance concept by identifying it as a valuable tool for identifying the high and low often made in the first 90 minutes of trading after the Open. Initial Balance Lines helps you visualize possible trading scenarios and formulate the most appropriate trade strategy and tactics for the rest of the day.
Initial Balance Lines with Range Extensions enables you to recognize the range of initial trading balance, its base, and the percentage extensions outside the balance area. This, in turn will help you visualize possible trading scenarios, gauge your expectations, and guide your trading as the day plays out.
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Note: Intra-day charts only
Easily See important SnR Round Number price levels for any Instrument
If you agree that prior levels of Support and Resistance can be historically significant, then the Round Numbers indicator is for you!
Human beings have a tendency to favor Round Numbers... it appears to be built into our DNA. You see it in sales and advertising all the time. Being that the Stock Market is still mainly driven by mass human involvement, you will also often see fights taking place at "rounded" Support and Resistance levels.
Often you can see that .00 and .50 levels are important thresholds for leading indicies such as the Dow and S&P500.
Market Makers tend to buy and sell around these areas, and since they are so easy to remember, day traders use it to also see the "big picture".
Round numbers are known to be market inflection points. If an instrument crosses a Round Number point, one can expect a break out continuation move.
Here is a common pattern you will see a lot... the first time price trades at a round number you will see a very clear reaction to it. First... price tends to gravitate toward the level, then price will test that level while the Big Money players take out all the stops that tend to reside at primary levels. You will see it test... bounce... re-test, and if a strong trend is in play... eventually, price will break through and move the next Round Number value.
Target Viewer was designed to enable you to instantly see different profit targets on your chart, once you enter a position... without needing to have active positions in play.
Using the standard NinjaTrader platform, in order to see profit targets preset on your chart, you must have active target positions placed in the market.
What if you just want to easily see where potential exits are without having to create actual positions in NinjaTrader?
With Target Viewer you can!
For example, you can preset Target Viewer to draw target lines 4, 8, and 12 ticks above (long) or below (short) you entry. Using Target Viewer, you can easily see those target points and decide whether to stay in the move and let it run, or use the Target Viewer lines as decision points... and you can do all this without being forced into having extra positions in play.
This indicator draws horizontal lines at specific tick distances from a chosen price. There are three different “price selection” modes:
First, what is a breakout? A breakout is a trading pattern that occurs at a previously established point of support or resistance for a trading instrument. Essentially these lines have become the battle lines for bears and bulls and the more they attack it (more volume that is traded at or around these levels) the more the pressure builds at these prices. When the price pushes past the battle line, there is usually an explosive movement in the direction of the break that builds more and more momentum as it pushes away from the line. That is your breakout trade.
Opening range breakout is among the most critical indicators of daily market direction that a trader can employ. An opening range breakout is a trade taken at a designated point below or above the opening range. When the defined point is computed, a buy stop is placed that amount above the high of the opening range and a sell stop is placed the same quantity below the low of the opening range.
The Hi-Lo of Time Opening Range Breakout (ORB) with Pivot Levels is one best Support and Resistance indicators for day trading. It will do the following:
Remind yourself when to be In and when to stay Out.
Color Session Times saves you from having to be constantly calculating if you are within a given favorite trading period. An audio alert will tell you when your favorite times to trade start and end. This will also be shown visibly on your Ninja Trader platform screen. You can configure three different time periods. The Time Zone Indicator will immediately remind you of your specific strategy during that time of the day.
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Fibonacci Support and Resistance Lines
Back to the Future Trading
This indicator automatically draws Regression channel lines for specified period and Deviation Size.
The Regression Channel auto-updates as you scroll the prices forward or backward, or as live data comes into the chart
It will always keeping the Regression Channel flush with the rightmost bar of the chart.
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We took a great trading tool and Made it even Better!When it comes to the 10 most popular day trading trading indicators, Bollinger Bands ranks at the top. Bollinger bandwidth is best for identifying The Squeeze. This occurs when volatility falls to a very low level, as evidenced by narrowing bands. The upper and lower bands are based on the standard deviation, which is a measure of volatility. Therefore, volatility contracts as the bands narrow. The bands narrow as price flattens or moves within a relatively narrow range. The theory is that periods of low volatility are followed by periods of high volatility. Relatively narrow Bandwidth (a.k.a. the Squeeze) can foreshadow a significant advance or decline. After a Squeeze, a price surge and subsequent band break signal the start of a new move. A new advance starts with a Squeeze and subsequent break above the upper band. A new decline starts with a Squeeze and subsequent break below the lower band. If you do not like to have many indicators on your charts, the Bollinger Bands Squeeze Histogram is the indicator for you. The Bollinger Bands Squeeze Histogram does a fantastic job of gauging imminent trends. The indicator keeps things simple and flexible. You have all the power of band squeeze foreshadowing of big moves in a clean histogram in lower chart. If you are the experimenting type, Bollinger Bands Squeeze Histogram enables you to work with other moving averages as your Bollinger Band mid-line (SMA, EMA, HMA, TMA, TEMA, WMA). In addition, it can display an average of the band movement. You can adjust the parameters to suit your own style. Plots the Squeeze (or the width of the Bollinger Band) in points. Also plots the moving average of the squeeze. [post_title] => Bollinger Bands Squeeze Histogram [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => bollinger-bands-squeeze-histogram [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2017-12-13 14:51:09 [post_modified_gmt] => 2017-12-13 20:51:09 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => http://indicatorwarehouse.com/?post_type=product&p=99180 [menu_order] => 10 [post_type] => product [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw [robotsmeta] => )  => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 99179 [post_author] => 106 [post_date] => 2014-05-09 17:58:05 [post_date_gmt] => 2014-05-09 17:58:05 [post_content] =>
Immediately Detect Strong Upward or Downward Trends
In the typical version of Keltner Channels, the central line is usually a 20-period Exponential Moving Average. Our version gives you many more moving average options (see Key Features).
The upper and lower bands are drawn at an equal distance from the central line. The distance is defined as a specified multiplier of the ATR. All these can be modified, if so desired.
Our Keltner Channel uses three parameters: -
Use Volume to Determine the Strength of Trends and Warn of Reversals
Trending Volume is a technical analysis indicator intended to relate price and volume in the stock market. Trending Volume is based on a running cumulative volume that adds or subtracts a multiple of the percentage change in price trend and current volume, depending upon their upward or downward movements
This indicator is used to determine the balance between an instrument's demand and supply. Use Trending Volume to confirm the strength of price trends or through divergences, warn of potential weakness or lack of conviction by buyers and sellers
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We all know the markets are hard to predict. But some of the things that are predictable and have the power to ramp up your trading are often completely overlooked. The Percent Change indicator is one of them.We all know the markets are hard to predict. But some of the things that are predictable and have the power to ramp up your trading are often completely overlooked. The Percent Change indicator is one of them. The Percent Change is a very powerful tool for finding instruments which are outperforming other comparative futures, stocks or indices. This powerful trading tool enables you to put a collection of your favorite trading instruments on your chart and show how they are performing compared to each other. For example, if you have a favorite list of instruments that contains the Emini S&P (ES), Euro (6e), the Russell (TF), the Nasdaq (NQ), the mini-DOw (YM), Gold (GC) and Light Crude Oil (CL), Percentage Change can show which of those are doing better or worse than the others over a given time period, or which ones have a higher or lower percentage change than the others. The Percent Change indicator shows the percent change in a user selected variable, such a price from one period to the next. This indicator is a fast and simple method of watching fluctuations on a bar-by-bar basis depicting price inconstancy. The indicator plots the Percent Change of the Chart symbol...plus up to 10 other symbols, on the same chart. The user enters the additional symbols in the “Symbol01”, “Symbol02”... parameters, for example “TF 06-11” or “$EURUSD”, and once these symbols have been entered, they are automatically added to the pulldown list box selector, and are available for easy access. Key Features, Parameters, Options
The standard momentum technical analysis indicator measures the rate of change in closing prices and is used to detect trend weakness and likely reversal points.The standard momentum technical analysis indicator measures the rate of change in closing prices and is used to detect trend weakness and likely reversal points. It is often overlooked because of its simplicity. This is a mistake because it is one of the best day trading indicators in existence. Our Momentum Multicolor Line and Bars measure the amount that an instrument’s price has changed over a given time span and expresses it as a red-green oscillating line or paint bar tool. There are two ways to use the Momentum Multicolor Line and Bars indicator: 1. You can use the Momentum Multicolor Line and Bars indicator as a trend-following oscillator similar to the Moving Average Convergence/Divergence (MACD). Buy when the indicator bottoms and turns up and sell when the indicator peaks and turns down. 2. You can also use the Momentum Multicolor Line and Bars indicator as a leading indicator. This method assumes that market tops are typically identified by a rapid price increase (when everyone expects prices to go higher), and that market bottoms usually end with rapid price declines (when everyone wants to get out). As a market peaks, the Momentum Multicolor Line and Bars indicator will climb sharply and then fall off — diverging from the continued upward or sideways movement of the price. Similarly, at a market bottom, Momentum will drop dramatically and then begin to climb well ahead of prices. Both of these situations result in divergences between the indicator and price.
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