ZTP Cumulative Delta Divergence Indicator
The ZoneTraderPro Cumulative Delta Indicator now has divergence built in making it a more powerful trading tool. Have you seen divergence indicators that are based on momentum, RSI, MACD? What good are these? Why put divergence on a 50 year old indicator that is not based on real time information?
A divergence indicator is only valuable if it is based on real time information, and not other indicators. The indicator allows you to filter for order size. This way you have the ability to see only what the large lot traders are doing.
The indicator is now more powerful. It shows regular divergence, special divergence, and accumulation and distribution.
The chart on the right illustrates how powerful the indicator is. We see three winning accumulation long trades trades, two divergence short trades, and a divergence long trade. These trades add up to 25 available points in a little under a 3 hour period.
One of the interesting things about this indicator is that you can have multiple divergences from key points.
Here we see two long trades that had both special and regular divergences. Three additional distribution short trades and a long trade complete a very profitable 30 minutes.
Special Divergences are a unique variation from the regular indicator. They are unique because what they are showing is a manipulation of the large lot traders. What the signal is picking up is a lack of supply or demand. This lack of supply or demand accomplishes two things. First it washes out weak hand players. The strong hands already have limit orders waiting to accept the stop orders. Second it allows these players to get a much better price.
These are great trades because of usually how fast they conclude. They are normally reversed on a market order which you will see in the next section. In a period of 30 minutes we see 5 of these trades. The theory of these trades is that we get a consistent 2 points on every trade.
The Order Flow Trigger
The Order Flow Trigger
There is an amazing trigger to these divergence trades. This information applies to all 3 types trades of divergence trades. I have found that in an overall majority of the time, a ZoneTraderPro Order Flow Extension Zone is created 1 tick from the high or low.
Sometimes, as we see in the above picture, we see an ZoneTraderPro Accumulation Box at the same area. This is even more preferable because when you think about it, if the large lot traders can accumulate the position, they can guarantee their price instead of having to use a market order.
Also take a good look at the cumulative delta in the picture above. These signals are not meant to be used in a vacuum. First, if you took the 1st accumulation long trade, you would understand that ZoneTraderPro would be trading into a Broken Reversal pattern. With that knowledge, take your 3 points and reverse the trade. Notice how you also created an extension zone 1 tick from the high at the broken reversal pattern.
When you use the extension zone as a trigger, a significant amount of losing trades are never entered into because you never get a entry trigger. ZoneTraderPro does not have disappearing signals, and this includes these divergence indicators. So you can always validate the trading strategy using a static chart.
This is not just for ES Trading
Using The ZoneTraderPro Divergence Indicator on a 1000 Tick Chart
In this video we look at the setup of the divergence indicator and we apply it to a 1000 tick chart to give us a big picture view of the market.
Trading Divergences with Order Flow and BloodHound to Achieve a 83.8% Win Rate
In this video we improve on the system that we created yesterday by adding order flow confirmation and testing that with BloodHound.
Divergence Trading with ZTP Order Flow and BloodHound
In this video we look at a strategy I created in a very short period of time that created a profitable trading idea.
Link to the BloodHound Logic file
Must do a right click and SAVE AS
Using Divergence on a Volumetric Chart
In this video we look at the advantages of using the ZoneTraderPro Divergence indicator on a volumetric style chart. Also reviewed are a couple of divergence trades and the density ratio.
Using Divergence Numbers to Understand Accumulation Distribution and Market Reversals
In this video we explore the new concepts involved in using the new numbers being generated in the ZoneTraderPro divergence indicators. These indicators are being used to identify market reversals.
New Cumulative Delta Divergence Software
In this video we look at all the features and all of the patterns involved in the New ZoneTraderPro Divergence indicator.
Here is the link for the audio files