It does a multi-timeframe analysis of supply and demand and draws powerful and accurate signals, as never seen in any commercial indicator. It also features a market strength (background) scanner, the heart of Volume spread analysis (VSA), which will tell you what signals you should be looking for based in recent history. This scanner automatically analyzes the trend and the supply/demand in the market.
An user-friendly alerts indicator, which scans the market and alerts of trendlines, supports/resistances, pivots, and more, in a multi-timeframe basis. It combines VSA and other techniques in order to give useful and trade-able alerts.
A volumes histogram that paints the different kinds of VSA bars, and points out long and short entry ones for a correct entry timing. Along with the histogram, it plots congestion zones, where the market usually stops or reverses, and an average by session.
The basic premise of our trading strategy is our acknowledgment that markets are fundamentally moved by supply and demand, mainly from traders with a large amount of capital. These are also generally more informed traders than the average trader.
Volume Spread Analysis (VSA) is a proven set of techniques of analyzing financial markets. First developed by Richard D. Wyckoff, one of the most successful Wall Street traders of all time, in the 1900s, and perfected by Tom Williams, during the time he was a syndicate trader for 15 years based in London in the 1960s-1970s.
Charts using Analytical Trader. Note that it works in any timeframe, from M1 to weekly/monthly, and in any market (forex, stocks and commodities).
VSA stands for Volume Spread Analysis. Its name derives from the fact that it uses the spread (difference between high and low) and volumes…
You can see the ongoing updates on the VSA package here.
A purchase gives you a lifetime license of the indicators that will work in 3 computers, and which includes any further updates and support.