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Harmonic Trader Platform PRO
Harmonic Trading is a methodology that utilizes the recognition of specific price patterns and the alignment of exact Fibonacci ratios to determine highly probable reversal points in the financial markets.
HARMONIC TRADER PLATFORM PRO NT7
Harmonic Trader Platform NT7
In addition to the HTP PRO for NT7, includes the Harmonic Trader Platform itself.
It is used to confirm and identify harmonic patterns as well as to time entries within the PRZ. HSI is unique in that it oscillates at a far more active frequency than RSI while still managing to avoid extended stays above overbought/oversold or repeated false signals in close succession.
Instead, HSI takes the first few hundred bars of the chart to adapt its oscillation frequency to the behavior of the instrument and then continues to update its response as time passes. The result is informative, decisive signals throughout varying levels of market volatility.
The Market Analyzer supports the HSI. In the template shown below, the current and last 3 values of the HSI are displayed. The numbers are colored red or green based on their overbought or oversold condition, respectively. Also, if the HSI is curving back toward the middle while in an overbought or oversold condition, it will say “Down” or “Up”.
The Market Analyzer supports the RSI Amplified. In the template shown below, the current RSI Amp is displayed and colored red or green based on their overbought or oversold condition.
If a complex structure was detected in either the overbought or oversold area it will read “Active”. If both are active, then “2x CS” is displayed (“2 Complex Structures”).
The Pi/Phi Bands identify the “harmonic range” in which price is oscillating, creating a simple way to identify when price is trending into extreme territory.
Although a touch of a band does not necessarily indicate exhaustion in price, it is a good place to start looking.
The most reliable signal we have found in pi/phi bands is to look for price to hug one band for an extended period of time and then to anticipate a quick reaction off of the opposing band when price finally connects with it.
For instance, if price hugs the upper band for several days on the fifteen minute chart, we would look for price to react quickly when it finally touches down to the lower band. An extended return to an indecisive range in the middle of the bandwidth would negate this signal.
Pi/Phi Bands Scanner
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