Chart Patterns study is the different animal for your trading in comparison to technical indicators. It is the ultimate tool to solve the market geometry for the Forex and Stock market trader. We went beyond any individual in developing the powerful Pattern detection indicators and scanner in last 10 years. These tools are already appreciated by top professional trader in the world. We supply these powerful pattern detection indicator and pattern scanner in both MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5.
1) Harmonic Pattern Plus
One of the first automated Harmonic Pattern detection tool released in 2014. It can detect 11 most popular harmonic patterns with well-defined trading entries and stops. Pattern Completion Interval, Potential Reversal Zone and Potential Continuation Zone are supported. In addition, other dozens of powerful features are added like Japanese candlestick detection, etc. Because of affordable price, this harmonic pattern detection indicator is loved by many traders.
2) Harmonic Pattern Scenario planner
It is an advanced Harmonic Pattern indicator. On top of the features of Harmonic Pattern Plus, you can also predict future harmonic patterns through simulation. This is the tactical harmonic pattern tool designed for Professional harmonic pattern trader. Because of affordable price, this harmonic pattern detection indicator is loved by many traders.
3) X3 Chart Pattern Scanner
X3 Chart Pattern Scanner is our next generation Pattern Scanner. This is non-repainting and non-lagging Harmonic Pattern Indicator. On top of that, this tool can detect Elliott Wave Pattern and X3 Chart Patterns. It can detect over 20 Chart Patterns. The bonus is that you can also detect around 52 Japanese candlestick patterns. In addition, we have added the powerful channel function for more accurate buy and sell decision making.
Together with above indicators, you can also use Volume Spread Zone analysis. Our volume spread analysis is free tools you can use. This means absolutely free to download and to use.
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