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@Silvester17 box is unchecked . Not working.

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@Silvester17 box is unchecked . Not working.

OK, next step. go to text settings. under numbers to show do you have "none" selected? if yes, the candles will also be empty. try buys and sells or volume and delta

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OK, next step. go to text settings. under numbers to show do you have "none" selected? if yes, the candles will also be empty. try buys and sells or volume and delta

This's the actual reason, Hope Now it'll work.

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I think you're using an instrument with a very small tick size, so price levels are too thin.
Try using "Ticks Per Price Level"=10 to aggregate them

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I think you're using an instrument with a very small tick size, so price levels are too thin.
Try using "Ticks Per Price Level"=10 to aggregate them

The real problem!! Thanks @gomi.

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This's the actual reason, Hope Now it'll work.

@yawaniga What tick size are you using for Mcx Crude? I'm using Global data feed. Have succeded in solving my problem but I don't know correct tick per price level for mcx crude.

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guys....anyone using the latest code,,,could you pls comment.

Should we be able to see the Reversal arrows on higher TF Tick charts or 30Min charts.

Also do you think the volume imbalance be easier to spot on Smaller TF charts?

enclosing 3 charts....where i am not sure if i could spot the reversal bars & the vol imbalance coloring. what am i missing guys?

@gomi this is a kool feature. Is there a possibility of few templates for High & Lower TF's.


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@paps, good questions

but I would say you'll get arguments for both, higher and smaller time frames. I'm a firm believer that when trading order flow, it's more beneficial to use smaller time frames. I would like to see right away if there's an volume imbalance. it will give you a clearer picture than a higher tf candle that will include a lot of noise which is useless.

for example, someone has a huge buy order that will probably influence the price. what I used to do, is to buy a big chunk right away. and since I've enough size I can continue to buy at higher prices, knowing I've a pretty good base. and if there's enough volume at higher prices, I already have a decent lead (over the vwap). and if it should drop anyway, I still had the option to sell a portion and buying it back at lower prices. that kind of strategy is easier to spot on smaller tf imho.

of course that imbalance could be something else. it could be just the end of a larger order, meaning there will be no follow through.

I guess the point I'm trying to make is, if you wait too long, the move could already be over and you're too late.

for the reversals, I tend to do the same thing. the arrows might not show up on the same candle as the volume imbalance, but it's still a valuable confirmation.

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@paps, good questions

but I would say you'll get arguments for both, higher and smaller time frames. I'm a firm believer that when trading order flow, it's more beneficial to use smaller time frames. I would like to see right away if there's an volume imbalance. it will give you a clearer picture than a higher tf candle that will include a lot of noise which is useless.

for example, someone has a huge buy order that will probably influence the price. what I used to do, is to buy a big chunk right away. and since I've enough size I can continue to buy at higher prices, knowing I've a pretty good base. and if there's enough volume at higher prices, I already have a decent lead (over the vwap). and if it should drop anyway, I still had the option to sell a portion and buying it back at lower prices. that kind of strategy is easier to spot on smaller tf imho.

of course that imbalance could be something else. it could be just the end of a larger order, meaning there will be no follow through.

I guess the point I'm trying to make is, if you wait too long, the move could already be over and you're too late.

for the reversals, I tend to do the same thing. the arrows might not show up on the same candle as the volume imbalance, but it's still a valuable confirmation.

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totally agree....

for the smallest TF...i always have DOM on and T&S. But could probably also run a ladder....hmmm.

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Hi,

Need some clarification as per new feature of this tool, On below chart got this Red Arrow to highlight reversal with some imbalance. But how can i understand this situation?

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as per manual :
Reversal indicator show potential reversals : they are shown when a certain number of conditions are met, concerning

Declining interest on one side
Imbalance on the oppositeside
Absence or presence of imbalance on the declining side.
POC (price with maximum volume) in a favorable zone in the bar.
Total volume of the Declining Zone vs Total volume of the opposite zone

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If you had installed the beta version it had a bug, sorry I didn't mention it.
Please download lastest release if it's the case.

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