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The Volume Spread Analysis Indicator is based on the original Volume Spread Analysis method. It was designed for quick and easy recognition of VSA patterns. Even though this indicator looks very simple, it is the most sophisticated tool that we’ve ever made. Our VSA indicator is a really powerful analytical tool that generates very reliable trading signals. Because it is very user-friendly and understandable, it is suitable for every type of trader, regardless of his experience.

The Supply and Demand Zones Indicator is the best tool we have ever made. This great tool automatically draws supply and demand zones which are the best places for opening and closing the positions. It has many advanced features such as swap zones detection, multi-timeframe zones support, displaying the width of zones, alert notifications for retouched zones, and much more. Because of the principle of market fractality, this indicator can be used for any kind of trading. It does not matter whether you are a positional, swing, or intraday trader. 

The VWAP is our version of the Volume-Weighted Average Price indicator. VWAP is the ratio between the value traded (price multiplied by the number of volumes traded) and the total volume traded over a specific period. It measures the average price of the instrument much better than the simple moving average. Although there are many ways how to use the VWAP, most investors use it to calculate the daily average. 

Knowledge of the strength and weakness of each currency is vital for every forex trader. Our Currency Strength Meter Indicator measures the strength of eight major currencies (USD, EUR, GBP, CHF, JPY, CAD, AUD, NZD) by using the Relative Strength Index indicator, also known as RSI. The Currency Strength Meter Indicator shows you simply and quickly, when a currency is oversold, overbought, or in a “normal area”. In this way, you can simply identify, which currency is the strongest and which is the weakest.

The Currency Index indicator is a really helpful tool that enables traders to display any index of eight major currencies. Our indicator uses a unique calculation formula that reflects the actual volume of the forex market. It is a weighted average of currency pairs values that form the crosses of index currency. The default weights are based on the results of the BIS Triennial Central Bank Survey. Because of this advantage, the trader can see the true strength and weakness of each currency.

The Currency Barometer is one of our favorite indicators. It measures the strength of the two currencies represented in the pair and compares the difference between them. The result is shown as a histogram where you can simply identify which currency is strongest. This indicator is designed to measure the strengths and weakness of the eight major currencies (USD, EUR, GBP, CHF, CAD, JPY, AUD, NZD) and works on 28 currency pairs. The PipTick CB uses the CCI method for calculating the strength of currencies.

The Volume Delta indicator shows the difference between Bid volume and Ask volume. It shows which side of the market participants (Buyers or Sellers) was more active in a certain period. Calculation of Bid volume and Ask volume is based on our Bid-Ask Volume indicator.

The Bid-Ask Volume indicator is a tool that needs every scalper and intraday trader. It uses a special algorithm to determine the activity of buyers and sellers and displays it in the form of a histogram. With this feature, the trader can easily compare the level of aggression on the part of buyers and sellers and read the context of the market.

The Cumulative Delta indicator shows the cumulative sum of the single delta volume values. It provides a perfect overview of the current order flow context and helps traders decide in which direction to trade. They can also choose whether the indicator will be displayed as a candlestick or line chart. The calculation of delta volume is based on our Volume Delta indicator.

Our Volume indicator is a great tool for measuring tick and real volume activity. It helps traders simply and quickly evaluate the current size of the volume. The indicator for the classification of the size of volume uses the moving average and its multiples. Accordingly, where the volume is located (relative to the moving average), it is labeled as ultra-low, low, average, high, very high, or ultra-high.

The ATR indicator is a really helpful tool for measuring of range of bars (Average True Range). It helps simply and quickly evaluates the current spread (range) of the ATR, which is especially useful for VSA traders. The indicator for the classification of the range of bars (candles) uses the moving average and its multiples. Accordingly, where the ATR bar is located (relative to the moving average), it is labeled as ultra-low, low, average, high, very high, or ultra-high. PipTick ATR indicator is rendered as a histogram.

The Volume Weighted ATR indicator is a helpful tool for measuring of activity of the market. It is based on the idea of the volume-weighted average true range. The combination of these two elements helps to identify potential turning points or breakout opportunities. The indicator for the classification of the activity of the market uses the moving average and its multiples. Accordingly, where the Volume Weighted ATR bar is located (relative to the moving average), it is labeled as ultra-low, low, average, high, very high, or ultra-high. 

The World Flow indicator is a unique tool that allows traders to see the flow of the global economy in one window. It shows the current strength of oil, gold, dollar, and the stock market in one chart. It helps to understand the basic relations and correlations between those markets.

The Pair Spread indicator has been developed for the very popular strategy known as pairs trading, spread trading, or statistical arbitrage. This indicator measures the distance (spread) between prices of two directly (positively) correlated instruments and shows the result as a curve with standard deviations. So, any trader can easily identify when the instruments are too far apart and use this information for trade opportunities. 

The Pair Cross is a unique tool for negatively correlated trading instruments, such as EURUSD and USDCHF currency pairs. It is based on a concept called pairs trading (or spread trading). Our indicator is comparing the strength of two currency pairs that are inversely correlated and easily tell you when it’s time to buy the first pair and short a second pair, and vice versa. This is an extremely simple approach to trading currency pairs that works very well.

The Effort and Result indicator is based on the work of Karthik Marar, volume spread analysis trader. It compares the price change (Result) to the size of the volume (Effort) for a certain period. By comparing the effort and result we can get more information about the future price movement. Both values are normalized and converted to a scale of 0 – 100 % based on a selectable look-back period.

The Heikin Ashi indicator is our version of the Heikin Ashi chart. Unlike competitor products, this indicator offers extensive options for calculating Heikin Ashi candles. In addition, it can be displayed as a classic or smoothed version.

The Correlation shows the actual correlation between the selected instruments. The default setting is set to 28 currency pairs, gold, and silver, but the indicator can compare any other symbols.

The Equity Curve indicator is a simple indicator that shows the development of the equity curve in real-time. For precision measurement, it should be used in a separate window with a period of M1.

The Fibonacci Retracement indicator allows to automatically display the Fibonacci retracement levels which represent significant support and resistance. The range for calculation of the indicator can be taken from the previous day, week, month, year, or user-specified session.

The Retracement indicator shows the current and historical values of high, low, and mid. Optionally, it can also display major retracement levels. All these levels together form significant levels of support and resistance. It is absolutely important to be aware of them for every kind of trader.

The OHLC indicator shows the current and historical values of High, Low, Open, Close, and Mid for a specific period. It can plot the current values or the values from the previous session. The range for calculation of the indicator can be taken from a daily, weekly, monthly, or user-specified session.

The Pivot indicator automatically calculates and displays the pivot point line and levels of support and resistance. Pivot can be calculated according to the Classic, Floor, Fibonacci, Woodie, Camarilla, or DeMark formula. It is also possible to select the period for the calculation of the indicator. A trader can choose from daily, weekly, monthly, or user-defined periods.

The Trading Sessions indicator is a very simple tool that helps to highlight a specific trading session. For example, it can be used to differentiate between the European, American, and Asian sessions.

The Candle Timer indicator displays an advanced bar countdown timer on a chart. This study indicates the remaining time for the last bar in the chart.

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