Which Renko Bars To Use With NinjaTrader 8 (For Reliable Backtest Reports)

With plethora of NinjaTrader Renko bars already available, one may question whether there’s a need for yet another version. The short answer to that is yes. For example, there are significant issues when applying existing NinjaTrader Renko bars with automated systems. They often generate inaccurate backtest results, which we discussed at length during our SharkWeek…

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Reversal Patterns and Price Benchmarks

In in this webinar we discussed combining reversal patterns with objective price benchmarks. The benchmarks are located using our session tools whereas the reversal patterns are found using Auction Bars. A recording of the event can be found here: Price Benchmarks: Why use price benchmarks? Because there‘s no room for subjective opinion when using them. The overnight…

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Dealing with Market Noise

In our last webinar with SharkIndicators, we looked how to define market noise using the Daily and Weekly Range Projections. The noise bands are based on recent market volatility and shows us how far short term traders are typically expected to drive prices. Knowing whether market is trading within, or outside market noise levels, can…

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Ichimoku Trading: Signals at the London Open

For a general introduction to Ichimoku trading,  please refer to our Indicator Spotlight newsletter. In this post we follow-up on a specific Ichimoku trading setup, using the professional version. Specifically, we’ll outline how the Ichimoku can be used in conjunction with the London Breakout. A recording of a webinar event discussing this approach can be…

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Finding Reversal and Spike Bars

The last few weeks went into the NinjaTrader 8 update for the Auction Bars. Below is a quick summary of what this update is all about and how you can use it to identify reversal and spike bars with NinjaTrader 8. We also did a brief intro in a recent NinjaTrader webinar which you may…

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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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Trading with Multiple Time Frames

In our last webinar we went looked at how the LizardTrader Leading Indicators can be used in multiple time frames. By finding price action setups that align with key support and resistance levels in multiple time frames, i.e. higher time frame charts, we may increase your odds for profitable trading. By checking out the webinar…

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The Best Trading Setups

Below is a webinar recording of a Shark Indicators event titled “Locating the Best Trading Setups”. This presentation focused on how temporary market imbalances lead to sudden shifts in intraday prices. Knowing where these sudden shifts are likely to occur, can reveal favorable trading setups. The presentation also covers how such sudden market moves can…

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Reversal Patterns With the Trend

In this tutorial video we`ll look at how to identify reversal patterns that go with the trend direction. We`ll show how Bloodhound from Shark Indicators can be used to identify areas of the regression channel to align reversal patterns with the trend. We`ll also look at how to create a timed exit to find whether…

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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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