Demand & Supply Zones
This indicator helps to identify large moves driven by institutions.
What qualifies as a zone?
If the price moves (open to close) by more than a certain % in one candle or in a bullish / bearish run of candles, the zone is marked as a Demand or Supply zone .
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Candles are split into 10 categories based on their volume, and can be changed in the options. By default and in the images, white is very high volume, reds are high volume, yellows are medium volume, greens are low and dark-grey is very low.
Adjustments for scale are included in the options. The Magnitude option is a 10x multiplier, so 1=10, 2=100, 3=1000, etc.,...
The Indicator is supposed to mark the first two hours of the:
Open session of Tokyo stocks market
Open session of the London stocks market
Open session of the NY stocks market
Go to the indicator's settings and set the open hours for your timezone.
Use on 1H timeframe.
This indicator can be used as a simple measure of price action tradability. It's an alternative to volume that focuses on the gaps between close and open candle prices. The bigger the gaps, the more spread and slippage you'll get when trading.