Indicators

DTI Supply and Demand

As most of you know, Forex Supply & Demand Zones, if properly identified, can show Institutional Order Flow (where the big money was at particular levels). Supply & Demand Zones are, in fact, Super Charged Support and Resistance levels that were created by Large Institutional moves.

Key Features

  • Identifying Fresh Zones through an algorithm of stored library data of support and resistance swings levels. Confirming that it’s the original level of a rally or drop, and when price returns to that level, can enable you as the trader to enter the trade at the earliest possible time.
  • Settings for a specific Exit Strength to determine how many pips in a set count of candles we want exiting a Supply or Demand zone. This ensures that price is exiting zones rapidly in one direction without consolidation.

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Risk Disclaimer

The application displayed on this page does not take in to consideration your individual personal circumstances and trading objectives. Therefore it should not be considered as a personal recommendation or investment advice. Past performance is not indicative of future results. There is no guarantee that the systems, trading techniques, trading methods, and/or indicators will result in profits or not result in losses.

Requirements

This Indicator is compatible with FXCM MetaTrader 4 software. Additionally, an FXCM account is required (including free FXCM demo accounts).

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