FT71 uses MP thru Investor RT for his charts and profiles. You can see his setups, descriptions, codes etc here: Investor/RT - FuturesTrader71 Charts.
His profiles are based on previous highs and lows that may be several years back. To the best of my knowledge, neither Ninja nor any add-ons can do that. Investor RT/Market Delta can do that quickly and gracefully. If you want to try, go to the link above, read the descriptions and get a free trial from Investor RT. Make sure you do all your reading first because Investor RT has so much to offer and like any charting package, takes some time to understand and set up for your needs.You can also look thru the Market Delta website and watch their videos. I think the difference between Investor RT and Market Delta is cost and footprint (bid/ask) data that only Market Delta provides. Both programs have so many options and very comprehensive data.
Thanks for posting that link; it was interesting to see his chart templates. I have virtually the same templates in NT with gomi's add-ons, but I certainly wouldn't say it's 'quick and graceful'. On the other hand, NT can do a lot of other things I wouldn't want to give up.
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