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GOMI all NT7/8 & SC; MP & Orderflow @ Gomicators.com from original GOMI

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@gomi,

I am using the GomOrderFlowProLevels and GomOrderFlowProValues in my automated strategies and have a question about the signals Support1BarsAgo and Resistance1BarsAgo. These seem to take one bar more to trigger than I would have expected. In the example below I would like to enter a position during the bar that follows directly after the bar that generated the new support. In practice this happens during the third bar while the signal is only being generated after the second bar has closed. Is this expected behavior or am overlooking something?

The logic that sends the enter signal in my strategy is under the 'OnBarUpdate' section. Maybe I should put it in 'OnMarketData' with an IsFirstTickOfBar criteria?



Another signal I can't seem to get working well is the NbSupportZones and NbResistZones, for what ever reason it does not provide me the correct number of zones created in the bar. Are there special things to take into account when using these signals?

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Hi Ducman,

For that kind of logic I think you should test NbSupportZone>0, it will give you an entry on the close of the bar creating the imbalance zone (see below)

Also, it's strange you don't get the correct values on NbSupport Zones and NdResistZones, here is what I have using the Values indicator, I get 2 when 2 support values are created





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Ps : I saw you wanted to enter on next bar, so you can rather test NbSupportZone 1 bar ago

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Thanks @gomi for the quick answer, that helps a lot.

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@gomi, @Silvester17,

Hey again , even though I have been looking at the Gomi 2017 webinar for the 100th time (from the 40th minute to the 46th) , I still have a lot of doubts about the COT and about how to use it.

For example, I have understood that when you are using the range bars, one of the of the 2 ends should be 0, but I sometimes I meet situation like that:



In other words, what is the meaning of both Hi COT and Lo COT ≠ 0 ?
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Is a double divergence of both COT and Delta a reinforced entry setup, compared to a single divergence (i.e. only a negative Lo CoT under a bullish candlestick)?
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Hi,
THE High COT is delta from high, Low COT is delta from low, so as long as your bar does not close on the high or on the low, you will very likely have a Positive low COT and a Negative HighCOT, unless you have absorption going on (positive high COT will mean aggressive buyers were not able to take out the high)

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@gomi, @Silvester17,

Hey again , even though I have been looking at the Gomi 2017 webinar for the 100th time (from the 40th minute to the 46th) , I still have a lot of doubts about the COT and about how to use it.

For example, I have understood that when you are using the range bars, one of the of the 2 ends should be 0, but I sometimes I meet situation like that:

In other words, what is the meaning of both Hi COT and Lo COT ≠ 0 ?
__________________

And the second question is

Is a double divergence of both COT and Delta a reinforced entry setup, compared to a single divergence (i.e. only a negative Lo CoT under a bullish candlestick)?
_________

Thanks in advance
Gianfranco

question 1)

just adding what @gomi already explained. in your example the bar didn't close on the low. that's why you had a cot on both ends.

question 2)

I personally like divergences. in this case I prefer more and bigger some examples:

- delta of the bar
- delta of several bars (cd)
- vol imbalance
- excessive buying or selling at high or low
- delta finish
- cot
- etc

now you can add some filters or you can mix them. the possibilities are endless

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question 1)

just adding what @gomi already explained. in your example the bar didn't close on the low. that's why you had a cot on both ends.

question 2)

I personally like divergences. in this case I prefer more and bigger some examples:

- delta of the bar
- delta of several bars (cd)
- vol imbalance
- excessive buying or selling at high or low
- delta finish
- cot
- etc

now you can add some filters or you can mix them. the possibilities are endless

Hi SILVESTER and all other trader
is someone able to tell me how it is possible to get more space between 2 column into the volume ladder metro edition V3 ?
Is it some keyboard combination of key to press to make that space bigger?
You can see the image attached to help you understanding my demand
very good trade to all
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Hi SILVESTER and all other trader
is someone able to tell me how it is possible to get more space between 2 column into the volume ladder metro edition V3 ?
Is it some keyboard combination of key to press to make that space bigger?
You can see the image attached to help you understanding my demand
very good trade to all
augusta

it's probably better to look for answers in this thread:



here's how to adjust the bars:


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Guess it is first instance of VolumeLadderMetroEditionV1Extn1 on new chart.
Just adjust Bar Space ( Ctrl + Up/Dn ) and Bar Width ( Alt + Up/Dn ) from toolbar menu of chart.


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Hi,
THE High COT is delta from high, Low COT is delta from low, so as long as your bar does not close on the high or on the low, you will very likely have a Positive low COT and a Negative HighCOT, unless you have absorption going on (positive high COT will mean aggressive buyers were not able to take out the high)

Hi gomi. I am looking to create delta divergence dot's displayed on the charts (like the attached pic). could you explaing how to get this in the charts.

I ve downloaded the trial version but there are many indicators. which one shows this ?
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