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Supply And Demand Zones

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Supply And Demand Zones

Can anyone point me in the direction of an indicator that plots supply and demand zones for tradestation? Don't feel like paying 20$ monthly for one that doesn't even capture all the zones.

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Tradedstation S&D zones

I trade on Ninja, and have free 3rd party software that plots Supply and Demand zones. A friend uses Tradestation and is hugely envious, and wants the same. So, afraid I can't help you, but if you come across something, I'd be grateful to know about it. Also, given that there is such a thing for Ninja, maybe some guru coder on this site could reconfigure it for you for Tradestation, if it is open source. If you find that opportunity, please let me know.

I find mine to be HUGELY useful; if imbalance has created a zone, I'll go respectively long or short at the 8EMA (some call this the T-line) following the zone, assuming trend (34 DEMA and 100 SMA), momentum and higher time frame momentum also line up.

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Supply/demand


Can anyone point me in the direction of an indicator that plots supply and demand on tradestation. Who can develop it? and how much it cost?

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Hawkeye makes a zones indicator, which I believe they license from APA zones. I've just written to them to ask if it works with trade station 10, but I haven't gotten a response yet. I'll post here when they respond.

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Hawkeye Zones is supported for tradestation 10, however it's pretty steep at 800 dollars. The company that makes the Zones indicator you originally mentioned is charging 199 for a lifetime subscription, and the designer is very approachable and helpful.

Hawkeye doesn't really have a full feature list on their website, it's more of a landing page telling you how awesome the indicator is.

In my opinion, the High Tech Trading company makes a solid S&D indicator. I'd be willing to invest in the Hawkeye if I could see some stats on the product, but the truth is it's a relatively simple indicator.

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supply and demand NT8


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I trade on Ninja, and have free 3rd party software that plots Supply and Demand zones. A friend uses Tradestation and is hugely envious, and wants the same. So, afraid I can't help you, but if you come across something, I'd be grateful to know about it. Also, given that there is such a thing for Ninja, maybe some guru coder on this site could reconfigure it for you for Tradestation, if it is open source. If you find that opportunity, please let me know.

I find mine to be HUGELY useful; if imbalance has created a zone, I'll go respectively long or short at the 8EMA (some call this the T-line) following the zone, assuming trend (34 DEMA and 100 SMA), momentum and higher time frame momentum also line up.

Hello Podowitz,
Can you please show me to the download of free supply and demand zones indicator you mention.
Thank you for your help
Srq1

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Hawkeye makes a zones indicator, which I believe they license from APA zones. I've just written to them to ask if it works with trade station 10, but I haven't gotten a response yet. I'll post here when they respond.

Thank you

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@atmmachine
Did you try Supply Demand Zones for NT8 in the download section? https://futures.io/local_links.php?catid=27&linkid=1770

https://futures.io/local_resize.php?linkid=1770&size=0

Sudhir

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If you google historic stock data or type that in as one word and add a dot com, they make a supply and demand indicator for tradestation.


I spoke to Kevin (the owner/programmer) yesterday, he's a stand-up guy and very helpful. He is actively working on getting past the MTF issues.

I would wait out for this.

When I spoke to Hawkeye they told me that the MTF capabilities were only for the NT version of the indicator.

So as of right now we're SOL for MTF but hopefully that changes soon!

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UFO


Try the UFO suite located in Tradestations App store

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