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Trading With Supply and Demand

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Targets


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how do you calculate targets?

Strong supply on the hourly chart.

Target 2 would be around 16.50 and target 3 would be the supply zone on the daily chart which would be 17.09 to 17.31.

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I guess you missed my post. What kind of win rate do you experience?

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A failed SD Setup that was still a profitable day trade


This is what I love the most about trading with supply and demand. This is a failed supply zone that offered a low risk day trade with .14 profit after commissions even though the trade failed. This example is not a fluke. It happens almost every time a fresh supply or demand zone fails. You don't make as much as you were hoping for but it's still a winning trade.

The chart on the left is the daily chart and the chart on the right is the 5 minute chart Friday when the supply zone failed.

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I guess you missed my post. What kind of win rate do you experience?

It depends on the type of trade. If you do a swing trade with a strong and fresh supply or demand zone you can expect better than 70% and probably closer to 90%. On day trades like I just posted I have never had a losing trade but I'm not day trading full time. The problem with trading with supply and demand is it takes a lot of work looking for trade setups. I have spent the last year looking for traders to work together as a group to lighten the load and share the setups. I have not had a whole lot of success with this. I have a web site I started up for this with over 120 members but most of them trade Forex and very few have committed to helping. I dedicated a week to swing trading full time and earned $2879.00 trading $5,000.00 to see what would happen. Below are the results but this was a lot of work and I would like to have a life also

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Supply and Demand Zones Indicator for TOS


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Although I DO use indicators, I also depend on mkSupDemZones for Supply / Demand zones.

The attached is a 16 Tick RenkoHybrid bar chart (more or less equivalent to a 20 Range bar chart) with the mkSupDemZones set to Multi-Time-Frame and 30 Minute setting. Just sharing in case anyone is interested in trying out mk77ch's mkSupDemZones "indicator". It's in the NinjaTrader7 Indicators download section. Just search for "mkSupDemZones".

I wonder if there is a TOS indicator for supply and demand zones, similar to mkSupDemZones?

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I wonder if there is a TOS indicator for supply and demand zones, similar to mkSupDemZones?

That, I don't know. mkSupDemZones is open source, so perhaps some talented TOS programmer could convert it from C# to TOS?

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Automating Supply and Demand Zones

The problem with automating supply and demand zones from what I've seen is the only thing they do is plot pivot points or areas of breakout from a narrow trading range. I don't know of any software that will plot only strong supply or demand zones.

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Buy as close to 15.18 as possible. Close position if it breaks through 15.18.
Target exit 16.30. (Swing trade)
The closer price gets to 15.18 the higher the reward to risk ratio.
Day traders: if price gets close to 15.18 with plenty of time left in the trading day this could be a good day trading opportunity. If price hits 15.18 -15.20 and starts to turn buy with a very small stop. If price turns against you and breaks 15.18 close the trade.

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This trade failed but I didn't take it because it didn't turn off of 15.18.

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