This is a ‘signal-dot’ which identifies price and candle patterns that typically represent institutional accumulation and distribution of inventory. Please click here for PDF documentation with more detail on these tools.
Designed to help identify qualified pullbacks to a set of moving averages. Uses three user-defined averages to identify and qualify the pullback opportunities. Shows separate signals for pullbacks to fast and slow moving averages.
Successful traders have always used trend strength and direction as a part of their trading analysis. This indicator finds anomalies in the Arps Trend Strength indicator (Radar3) to identify potential trend reversals and potential swing trades. Please click here for more information about this tool.
It is common knowledge among traders that price will frequently find support and resistance at previous swing highs and lows. Price will often retest recent swing highs and lows. That is why many traders use these pivot points as entry and exit targets in their trading, and why we have created this ‘must have’ indicator. Although the premise of the tool is simple, to draw horizontal lines at pivot highs and lows, the Arps Support and Resistance Indicator maintains the high caliber of user-friendliness associated with all of Jan Arps’ technical analysis tools.
The Arps Automatic Trendline Signals tool automatically identifies and draws a down-trendline from the most recent peak to the next highest peak and projects it to the current bar; and it does the same for up-trendlines as well. It uses the highs and lows to identify the peaks and troughs which define these trendlines. If the price crosses below the up-trendline or above the down-trendline then a break-out dot is plotted at the trendline value of that bar marked by a “BO”. Please click here for pdf documentation about this tool.