Singlefinder does what the name suggests. It finds single prints in the price action. Single prints are created from buying pressure and selling pressure. If a buyer is aggressive he will push price up rapidly. If a seller is aggressive he will push price down rapidly.
Gapfinder is a custom study that scans charts and looks for gaps.
Gaps are important because they are a form of imbalance.
With the default setting Gapfinder finds gaps between the open and close of prices.
Although this is a gap it is a not a true gap.
Initial Balance is important to all orderflow and market profile traders. The two most important prices of the day are the opening price and the closing price. The most important time period of the day is the first hour of trading, this is the initial balance. This will often set the range and tone for the day.
Rangefinder is a great tool. It monitors the charts in real time and marks specific ranges when they are created. As soon as the range is created, Rangefinder will identify that range. Then it draws Range extension levels based on the imbalance of the first bar. Then the opening of the second bar will draw the arrow and anticipate the direction of the imbalance.
This TPO profile highlights profile support and resistance. The way that it works is that current profile support and resistance is carried over to the next period. This means that resistance created in the profile today is carried over as resistance in the next profile. The support and resistance created today are the support and resistance for tomorrow. We always use prior references.
This indicator is a custom build TPO Profile. These include the value area, balance, point of control, as well as profile support and resistance.
The TPO Score is a market profile dashboard. My favorite part about the TPO Score are the labels. The labels show who is in control, buyers or sellers, and also who is off sides. My go to periods in the TPO Score are the monthly and hourly. Monthly setting shows the longer term balance. Hourly setting shows the very near term balance.
My favorite part about the TPO Score are the labels. The labels show who is in control, buyers or sellers, and also who is off sides. My go to periods in the TPO Score are the monthly and daily. Monthly setting shows the longer term balance. Daily setting shows the very near term balance.
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