The only indicator I know that works equally well on ranging markets and trending markets.
It also automatically identifies strong support and resistance levels for you
The indicator shows you the underlying structure of any market: Support resistance levels when the market is ranging. Breakouts, pullbacks, and end of trend when the market is trending.
With Easy Sine Wave, you could easily identify market turning points and high-probability trade setups...
There's a dangerous problem with all the traditional indicators you're using right now. Here's why:
These obsolete indicators either work in ranging markets where price is boucing back and forth between support and resistance... or... they work in trending markets where price repeatedly makes new highs or lows.
And there's no traditional indicator that works on BOTH ranging and trending markets.
For example, oscillators like Stochastics work great when the market is ranging. But they stink when the market starts to trend.
On the other hand, Moving Average works extremely well in trending markets. But they suck when the market is range-bound.
That's why we're so proud to bring you the...
Easy Sine Wave Indicator - The ONLY Indicator I Know That Works In BOTH Market Conditions: Ranging and Trending...
The Easy Sine Wave indicator plots a sine wave in the bottom panel of the chart above. When the two lines of the Easy Sine Wave cross, it signals potential market turning points.
What makes this indicator very useful is that it helps you distinguish between range-bound markets and trending markets.
When the market is ranging, the indicator plots a normal-looking sine wave (the left half of the chart above). But when the market starts to trend, the lines become out-of-sync, it doesn't look like a normal sine wave anymore.
Take a minute to think about its implications. If you could accurately identify when the market is ranging and when the market is trending, do you think it would improve your trading skills (and hopefully your trading results)?
But we're barely scratching the surface of what this amazing indicator could offer you.
Let's dig a little deeper.
First of all, let's say now we're in trending mode, the next thing our Easy Sine Wave indicator can do for you is:
It shows you when the trend is likely to continue after a pullback... and... when the trend is likely to end...
Take a look at this example:
Yes, as you can see, the Easy Sine Wave indicator tells you when the trend is likely to continue after a short pullback (by printing a horizontal line with the label "Pullback" as you see on the photo above).
And it tells you when this trend move is likely to end (by printing a horizontal line with the label "End" on your chart).
And did you notice how the Easy Sine Wave indicator nails the top and bottom of these trend moves almost perfectly?
But we're just getting started...
Not only does it work great in trending markets...
The Easy Sine Wave indicator also works extremely well in ranging markets
In this case, the indicator plots a regular sine wave, telling you that the market is range-bound. And it also plots several important support and resistance levels on your chart.
Also notice how the price respects these support and resistance levels in ranging markets. When the price approaches these levels, it represents a high-probability trade setup. That's the power of Easy Sine Wave.
It gives you the best of both worlds: The amazing characteristics of oscillators in ranging markets -- identifying overbought and oversold conditions, and the capability of moving average in trending markets to accurately ascertain when a new trend starts or ends.
In addition, it also plots all the most important support and resistance levels on your chart. These levels are particularly useful in range-bound markets. The price often bounces off these support resistance levels.
Plus, from our research I found that...
The Easy Sine Wave indicator is the best tool I know for detecting market turning points and high-probability trade setups...
For example, here's how the indicator helps me detect a market turning point on AUD/USD using multiple timeframes. When the Easy Sine Wave indicator identifies the end of the current trend on 2 different timeframes simultaneously, the probability of a potential market turning point increases.
This is AUD/USD, 4-hour chart. The Easy Sine Wave indicator detects the end of the current trend on this 4-hour timeframe.
Now, let's switch to the 1-hour timeframe and see what the indicator tells us:
Turns out that the Easy Sine Wave also detects an "End of trend" pattern on the 1-hour timeframe. When an "End of trend" pattern appears on both timeframes at the same time, there's a high probability that a market turning point will occur shortly.
And that's exactly what happens:
Now, let me tell you about a cool way stack the odds in your favor:
How to use volume to confirm the patterns identified by Easy Sine Wave indicator...
Let's use the same AUD/USD 1-hour timeframe, but this time we add Volume to our chart:
You can see I marked three important points: 1, 2, 3 on the chart. At point 1 and 2, the price tried to break higher with strong volume, but failed to do so.
And at point 3, volume spiked again as the price made a final attempt to break this resistance level. The resistance level held strong and price quickly bounced back down. This high volume would signal exhausting buying. And then, the price moved down with high volume, telling us that sellers are now in control.
This increase in volume - combined with the "End of trend" pattern detected by Easy Sine Wave - tells us that this is a valid market turning point.
And probably one of the most important characteristics of the Easy Sine Wave indicator is that:
This indicator is UNIVERSAL. It works on ALL timeframes and it works for ALL instruments or markets (forex, futures, stocks, etc...)
For example, here's an example of S&P500 futures:
In this example, you can see how the Easy Sine Wave indicator gives the market a clear structure. On this chart, you can clearly see 3 distinct phases: First, the downtrend phase. Then, the ranging, consolidation phase. And finally, the uptrend phase.
Plus, did you notice how accurate the Easy Sine Wave indicator is when it comes to nailing the top and bottom of the market?
And last, but certainly not least, did you notice how useful those support and resistance levels (generated by the Easy Sine Wave indicator) are when you need to pinpoint your entry, stop loss, and profit target?
While we're at it, let's use S&P500 to illustrate how you could...
Use Easy Sine Wave Indicator To Trade Pullbacks...
I marked four important points: 1, 2, 3, 4 on the chart. The market breaks into a downtrend at point 1. After that, when price tests the resistance level at point 2, it represents a great selling opportunity.
And at point 3, the two lines of Easy Sine Wave cross, giving you another opportunity to sell at this pullback. Finally, there's a crossover to the upside at point 4, signaling that the downtrend is over.
So, as you can see in this example, with the help of the Easy Sine Wave indicator, it would be very easy to identify these entry setups on pullbacks.
Now, let's talk about...
How To Use The Easy Sine Wave Indicator To Identify The Beginning And End Of Market Trends, On ANY Timeframe ANY Instrument...
Take a look at this chart (EUR/JPY 4-hour timeframe):
The blue and red lines are support and resistance levels generated by the Easy Sine Wave indicator. In this example, first the price breaks the support levels and develops into a downtrend. When a breakout like this occurs, the indicator draws a red or blue dot on your chart.
Then, when a trend move is likely to end soon, the Easy Sine Wave draws a horizontal line with the text "End" on your chart. In this example, after the first downtrend ends, the market breaks into an uptrend (a blue dot is plotted). And finally, when this uptrend comes to an end, the indicator prints the "End" text on your chart.
This example shows you how easy it is to identify the beginning and end of market trends with Easy Sine Wave.
By the way, did you know that...
The Easy Sine Wave indicator also gives you pop-up, visual, and audio alerts when a crossover occurs and a new support or resistance level is drawn...
So you will NEVER miss out on any important trade opportunity.
But Hang On... We're Not Done...
Further down this page, you'll notice there are TWO purchase options you can choose. You can get Easy Sine Wave indicator alone for an insanely generous price I'm giving the first 200.
Or... you can invest a little more and get the Indicator Vault's All Apps package.
So What's Inside The "All Apps" Package?
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- This indicator works on Metatrader 4
- Current version: 1.0
- This is a one-time payment, NOT a subscription.
- Your license includes 1 year of updates and support. After one year, you can purchase an update & support plan to continue to receive support & updates (not compulsory)
- You can use the indicator on ANY instrument your Metatrader 4 offers: FX pairs, Gold, Silver, Indices, Futures, Stocks...
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