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Scan Supply Demand Zone Across All Timeframe – Trading Systems – 3 August 2022


Aug 3, 2022
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In Ace Supply Demand Zone indicator, you can scan the supply and demand zone across all timeframe for your Forex trading. This is a powerful feature included in Ace Supply Demand Zone indicator. Controlling the Multiple Timeframe scanning is similar to our other MetaTrader products like Harmonic Pattern Plus or X3 Chart Pattern Scanner. You can control them from the inputs under the Multiple Timeframe Scanning. With the inputs, you can enable or disable multiple timeframe scanning. You can also choose to switch on or off specific timeframe from your dashboard. In addition, you can also control how frequently the indicator should scan. The default value for update frequency is M5 timeframe. However, you can use M1 for update frequency if you need to scan them more frequently.

If you enabled email or push notification in the inputs under General Setting, then you can also receive the alert for the detected supply and demand zone as well as the touched supply and demand zone. The thing you need to understand about multiple timeframe scanning is that it requires multiple computation too per each timeframe. The computation can be heavier up to 7 times or more when you enabled M1 to D1 timeframes. Hence, due to data loading issues, the calculation might be stuck sometimes. In that case, just click Show button to refresh all the calculation. Of course, it is possible to switch off the multiple timeframe scanning if you only want to trade one timeframe.

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In addition, we provide the YouTube video for Ace Supply Demand Zone Indicator. Hence, you can watch this YouTube Video to learn the basic operation with the supply demand zone indicator.

YouTube “Supply Demand Zone Indicator”: https://youtu.be/lr0dthrU9jo

Landing page for Ace Supply Demand Zone.





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