Defined Range: The indicator demarcates a clear range, highlighting support and resistance levels within it. This aids in identifying potential areas of buying and selling pressure. These are derived from highly significant areas that have been touched many times before.
Touches Counter: Underneath the support and resistance lines, there are numerical values that show the number of times price has interacted with these levels. This can provide insights into the strength or weakness of a particular level.
Zig-Zag Projections: Within the range, there's a zig-zag pattern indicating possible future touches, helping traders anticipate future price movements.
Double-Sided Profile: To the right of the range, a dual-profile is showcased. One side of the profile displays the volume traded at specific price levels, giving insights into where significant buying or selling has occurred. On the other side, it reflects the number of touches at that given price level, reinforcing the importance of particular price points.
Customizability: Users have the option to adjust the period setting, allowing them to cater the indicator to their specific trading style and configuration. Additionally, with volume levels settings, traders can adjust the number of bins in the profile for a tailored view.
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