Fat Tails NT8 indicators and Futures.io presentation

This post features a webinar held by Harry (a.k.a. Fat Tails) at Futures.io. In the webinar he explained the technical changes that took place when converting the Fat Tails NT8 indicators from the ana NT7 series. Here’s a webinar recording (log-in required): The following topics were discussed: Session Tools for NinjaTrader 8 Key improvements of NT8…

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Buy Support Sell Resistance With Auction Bars

How do you use LizardTrader indicators to buy support and sell resistance? This is a question we often get following our partner webinars with Shark Indicators. We’ve now created a tutorial video showing how to do this. Specifically, the tutorial will show you how to locate reversal patterns at key support and resistance using the Auction Bars and Daily…

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5 Steps To Creating & Maintaining A Robust Trading System

In our recent webinar, we showed our approach to building trading systems. We went over a five step process starting with observation and hypothesis, transitioning to testing and verification, and finally, monitoring system performance. Following these steps is key for creating creating and maintaining a robust trading strategy. Check out our webinar recording here: Video Outline: As…

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Identifying Reversal Candles – With Auction Bars

In this post we discuss reversal candles that line up with higher timeframe ranges, pivot and VWAP levels, deliver potentially high probability setups. To learn more about the about the possibilities offered by the Auction Bars indicator, have a look at this webinar recording: The webinar features a introduction to the general concept of the…

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Rolling VWAP vs Rolling Pivot Levels as Trend Filters

We‘ve all heard the saying that “the trend is your friend, until it isn’t”. In this post, we’ll look at how Rolling VWAPs and Pivot levels can help us determine the trend. There are of course a variety of ways for defining the trend. The most common approach is simply comparing a number of recent…

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