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TTM Wave Radar.....

Old January 12th, 2015, 06:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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TTM Wave Radar.....

Good evening,
I was wondering if the TTM " Wave Radar " was listed somewhere on (formerly BMT) for the TorS platform and I may have just overlooked it ?

It is essentially taking the Wave A , Wave B and Wave C and compiling them all into an easy to see " screen " where you can set it to show 3 various timeframes.

Say you have a 1 hr, a daily and a weekly chart as your 3 default timeframes,
you can easily scan through all of your stocks and see if say, one of them has 3 greens = strong buy signal,
3 reds = strong Sell signal

It just saves you from having to look at all 3 waves and make your conclusion on whether they all 3 are in agreement, etc.

I have attached a screenshot, showing what the actual Indicator itself looks like

Thanks so much for anybody who can share the link to this Indicator available for the TorS platform,
I really appreciate it - Michael

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