The goal of this article is to consider such a statistical parameter of the Moscow Exchange for assessment of the forward market instruments as Open Interest and also to learn how to build own trading patterns on the basis of real-life facts with the help of the OI Analyzer Indicator.
What indicators do you use to enter a trade? After reading this, in practical terms, valuable article, you will add the Dynamic Levels Indicator, a unique development of the Orderflowtrading team, to your list of useful indicators. We will show you how to increase probability of profit in the financial market with the help of […]
In the first part of this article we considered mostly introductory information about imbalances: what imbalances on the exchange are, how they are formed, what they are for, how to get and set them and the basic principles of use.
Aggressive trades are moments of splashes of volatility, when the Time and Sales Tape shows a series of major buys and sells. These actions testify to activity of major exchange players. But what do they do? How to act in a harmony with professionals?
How to use a cluster chart with an application of such a non-standard chart type as Range Bars? Try Range Bars if you cannot select a convenient timeframe. In this article we will analyze a footprint, built in the Range Bar chart, and you will see how useful it is to look at the same […]
If you liked our previous article about a cluster analysis in the EUR/USD futures market, this one will also be useful for you. The goal of the article is to give you an example of a practical analysis of the market behavior using advanced instruments of the trading and analytical ATAS-Crypto platform. We will analyze […]
In this article we will consider a combination of the cluster analysis and volume levels in the trading and analytical ATAS platform. The aim is to find specific patterns in the buyers and sellers behavior for detecting market entry points with a low risk. We will consider an intraday market of futures on the EUR/USD […]
Chart patterns are a classical approach to analysis of the financial markets. It was widely used in the XXth century and is still used due to visual simplicity of chart patterns. However, is it wise to use today what was good long ago?