I'm wondering what some of the better paid ninja trader add-ons?? Perhaps there is a thread with some essential tools for trading. Perhaps those already a thread. Any feedback would be great.
Brian, as you know, there is not such a thing as a correct answer to your question because what is good for a trader maybe is not good for a different trader.
I guess you have to decide based on:
- what type of trading you do - scalping, swing, etc.
- on what is based your trading
- if you are interested to build on what you already use, or not, if is not working very well
Because I'm using mainly Footprint,Volume Profile, some links to some products that are using at least partially in their programming such information (alphabetical order) to take a look and decide for yourself: Advanced Market Tools
If you will find at least one of the above mentioned add-ons of interest for you, next step will be to ask Big Mike's members using the product(s) to share the experience they have with the product(s) you selected.
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Yes, I should have included more details about what I want to trade and the type of trader I am.
I am a Forex trader and trading style would be a Day trader. As I trade a couple times a day. 4-6 trades.
Many thanks for all the links you provided below. I'll be sure to check them out and go from there.
Nearly all of that is on futures.io (formerly BMT) for free for all Elite Members.
That said, searching for special indicators to make you profitable is a rookie mistake. All of those tools are derivatives of price, and are largely worthless. Price doesn't move because of price. There are external influences that cause price to move. Technical levels are important, but you will never get reliable "signals" by looking at only price based indicators, no matter how sophisticated they look.
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