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Algovisor user experience please

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It looks like NOT many have heard about algovisor. No response so far despite reasonable views. I became proactive and took up their free offer. I will give my experience and verdict within a week or so.

In the meantime, I read more about a similar product Bookmap, whose review is available here in (formerly BMT). Some seem to like it but others prefer Jigsaw. That looks like an interesting product too but X-ray vision of black and white is too bland for me. Morover, the customisation option seems limited but I may give that a try too. It's not free but has money back guarantee within 2 weeks.

Please note that I am NOT planning to use them as scalping tools but rather understand market particpants behaviour in general. I may use to refine my entries or exits at specific price points.

I don't want to lose the sight of the forest for the trees

I tried this a few months ago. Some of the tools looked like rips of Nanax(JTOOLS). I was after a Jtools style depth mapper, but couldn't configure what I wanted. To be honest I gave up after about 30min, so don't let me put you off.

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