Category Archives: Volatility Indicators

Volatility indicators can tell you how large the up- and down-swings are for the current market environment. When you see strong price fluctuation, there is high volatility and when not, there is low volatility. Making this distinction is important when considering a trading setup, as it will impact position size and stop / target levels.

The Wilder Volatility Stop

Volatility Stop for NT8

When used with time based bars, the Volatility Stop indicator adjusts to the current market environment. Specifically, it allows for stop widening when volatility increases and tightening when it decreases.

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Opening Range Breakout Strategy

Opening Range Breakout Strategy

Opening range breakout strategy: In this post we discuss Toby Crabel’s narrow range analyis of daily bars to improve probability for these setups

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The Squeeze Indicator: Quiet Before the Storm

Squeeze Indicator for NT8

A frequently discussed setup is “The Squeeze” which occurs in situations of low volatility. The Squeeze indicator is used to identify situations when…

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The Daily Range Projections

Average Daily Range for NT8

This indicator displays support / resistance levels based on the volatility of the prior N days, i.e. average daily noise and the average daily range

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