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In this article, we will explain the function of TTW-TradeFinder’s Market Volume Stop Signal filter setting and the benefits they offer to traders. This combination of features helps reduce unnecessary signals, identify when a trend is over, and allows traders to go with the trend as long as it lasts.
TTW-TradeFinder is a powerful market event tracker that allows traders to analyze and visualize market events in real time. One of the key features of TradeFinder is the ability to set specific volume sizes for the Market Volume Stop Signal 1 and 2, which helps traders identify significant market events based on the selected instrument.
When you select your instrument for Market Volume Stop Signal and set the volume size to 500, for instance, TradeFinder will analyze and depict every market event with a volume size of 500 on the chart.
The Low, Medium, and High filter setting is designed to enhance the accuracy and efficiency of TradeFinder. With backtested multipliers, the Medium filter only displays a volume on the opposite side of the trend if the volume is equal to or higher than 855 contracts (500 multiplied by 1.71).
The Medium filter setting and Market Volume Stop Signal are designed with two main objectives in mind:
While reducing unnecessary signals is crucial, suppressing every signal would be counterproductive. A balance of market events is necessary to achieve the most accurate reading of the specific market. The combination of Market Volume Stop Signal 1 and the Medium filter setting strikes this balance, ensuring traders receive the most relevant information to make well-informed decisions.
TTW-TradeFinder’s Market Volume Stop Signal and Low, Medium, and High filter settings offer traders a more efficient and accurate trading experience. By reducing unnecessary signals and identifying when a trend is over, traders can enjoy the freedom of going with the trend as long as it lasts. Understanding and leveraging these features will help traders to make more informed decisions and improve their overall trading performance.