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    • NUMBER 3: FX Capital Flow Scanner [Download Link, Zip File] Perfect for all levels of trading experience, beginner or professional You will always know what to trade and in what direction You can add¬†any currency related symbols such as¬†Gold (XAU/USD), Silver (XAG/USD) and Bitcoin (BTC/USD) 28 major currency pairs as default settings ¬† How does it work? The model have two important moving averages, one fast (5) and one slow (12), they are used to determine whether the direction of a currency pair is bullish, bearish or neutral. Example, when the model is measuring the strength of EUR, it will look at all EUR related pairs (EUR/USD, EUR/CAD, EUR/CHF, EUR/GBP, EUR/NZD, EUR/AUD, EUR/JPY) to see what pairs are trading with, against or neutral with EUR and score the order flow of EUR accordingly. EUR is measured against 7 other currencies, so the score range from -7 to +7.¬† ¬† +7 is the highest score possible and means that EUR is making gains against all other major currencies. Therefore the order flow is strong because EUR is being bought on a global scale. There is a genuine interest to buy EUR so to speak. ¬† -7 is the lowest score possible and means that EUR is decreasing in value against all major currencies. Therefore the order flow is weak because EUR is being sold on a global scare. There is no interest in purchasing EUR, only selling. ¬† When the scanner have performed the order flow analysis on all currencies it will combine the strongest against the weakest and display the results on the dashboard. These will be the pairs with least resistance moving forward and the best pairs to trade. You can double-click on the pairs listed on the dashboard to open a new chart. In parameters you can select what template the new chart will open with.
    • NUMBER 2: MIDAS Trading Tools [Download Link, Zip File] MIDAS¬†which is an acronym for Market Interpretation/Data Analysis System is the innovative work of the late technical analyst Paul Levine. Levine strongly believed that the dynamic interplay of support and resistance and accumulation and distribution are the ultimate determinants of price behavior. After examining and rejecting all of the standard technical analysis techniques for determining support and resistance, he came up with a new approach - MIDAS! The introduction of the¬†MIDAS Trading Tools¬†indicator has been a culmination of my trading experience and creative application. New ideas have been implemented and collaboration with other traders such as¬†Robert Young¬†(US) have helped make this¬†indicator enriched and dynamic. In the readings below, you will find the description of the variables that make up the indicator. ¬† MIDAS Trading Tools consists of¬†TWO¬†stand alone indicators for each type of market environment: MIDAS Support/Resistance Curves - reveals¬†powerful support & resistance levels¬†as well as a method to gage the¬†relative strength¬†of a given trend ¬† MIDAS Top-Bottom Finder Algorithm - monitors the available fuel¬†in an accelerated trend¬†to¬†predict¬†the¬†top¬†or bottom¬†based on the cumulative volume ¬† How To Use: Basic Strategy & Concept Identify the origin of a¬†trend in any market. Attach MIDAS to your chart. Click and hold on the Red vertical line and drag it to a recommended anchor point. Wait for price to pull back to the MIDAS Support/Resistance curve and generate a buy or sell signal. Enter the market when a signal is formed with a minimum risk to reward ratio of 1:1+. If price accelerates away before pulling all the way back to the MIDAS Curve; fit the Top-Bottom Finder to the present pullback(s) (by adjusting the cumulative volume in the bottom right corner) to predict the top or bottom. When the Top-Bottom Finder burns out at 100%, a retracement to the MIDAS Support/Resistance curve becomes likely. ¬† If you are brand new to the¬†MIDAS Trading System¬†and interested in discovering the powerful trading method developed by the late Paul Levine, I recommend reading:¬†MIDAS Technical Analysis: A VWAP Approach to Trading and Investing in Todays Markets.¬†The authors walk you through the wonderful¬†MIDAS¬†world and explain its variations with copious charts and examples. Start off by reading the introductory chapters, then jump to the very practical money-making Chapter 8 and apply the principles yourself.
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