The Adaptive Big Trades Indicator is represented by red and green circles. It analyzes all trades within the visible portion of the chart and displays the ten largest trades, indicating the trade direction (green for market buys, red for sells). Its “elder sibling,“ the original Big Trades Indicator, offers more settings and is recommended for more experienced users.
The Tape Patterns Indicator appears as red and green squares. It functions as a filter, analyzing all trades and searching for chains of trades that match specified criteria. This process is resource-intensive, so the indicator considers only the current trading session. However, you can explore the indicator’s functionality by specifying the last day for data loading in the timeframes menu. More details can be found in the article Gain an Advantage with the Tape Patterns Indicator.
The Order Flow Indicator appears as a chain of red and green elements. It indicates recently executed trades. The largest trades (a parameter you can adjust) are represented by circles with numbers.
The Order Flow Rhythm Indicator appears as a red-green bar with varying intensity. It indicates the speed of buy and sell trades. The brighter the color, the faster trades appear on the tape. In fact, it is an interpretation of the Speed of Tape indicator with a slightly different visualization. You can find a detailed article about this tool in Analyzing Smart Tape with the Speed of Tape indicator.
The proprietary OI Analyzer Indicator is represented by white and green candles. It indicates open interest, i.e., the size of existing trader positions. If the OI is increasing, it means traders are opening new positions. This indicator works only on specific markets and is calculated for the current day only. For more information, read the article What Does Open Interest Cover?
The Market Power Indicator is conceptually similar to the Cumulative Delta. However, its unique feature lies in the ability to filter various trades by volume. For instance, the settings applied in the screenshot display trades with a volume of no more than 1 contract. If the blue line is trending downward, it suggests that small traders anticipate a price decrease. However, they are usually mistaken.
Additionally, within this group of indicators, there is the DOM Levels (Heatmap or Liquidity Map) — it is not shown in the screenshot as it deserves a separate description. You can find more information about it in the article Heatmap in ATAS Functionality.