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 Babool 
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Well, I have another newbie Sierra Chart question. I can't figure out how to create a footprint chart ? I have seen screenshots of footprint charts done in sierra so I know its possible ? What is the study called ? Also, is it possible to create a volume imbalance footprint ? Thanks again for any help you can give.


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Well, I have another newbie Sierra Chart question. I can't figure out how to create a footprint chart ? I have seen screenshots of footprint charts done in sierra so I know its possible ? What is the study called ? Also, is it possible to create a volume imbalance footprint ? Thanks again for any help you can give.



In SC, Footprint Chart is called Numbers Bars as a study. In the first row, you will have a choice on how to display the volumes and there are many options. Screen shots attached.

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In SC, Footprint Chart is called Numbers Bars as a study. In the first row, you will have a choice on how to display the volumes and there are many options. Screen shots attached.

Wolf



Thank you for your assistance.

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My chart looks like this but I don't know how to read it. I wish someone had a tutorial on reading and trading with Volume Ladder/Footprint ("Numbers Bars").


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My chart looks like this but I don't know how to read it. I wish someone had a tutorial on reading and trading with Volume Ladder/Footprint ("Numbers Bars").


Here is something from Market Delta on how to read footprints. There are many videos on their site.

Making it Easy to Read the MarketDelta Footprint Chart

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My chart looks like this but I don't know how to read it. I wish someone had a tutorial on reading and trading with Volume Ladder/Footprint ("Numbers Bars").

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