Determine the strength of the setup before placing a trade
Credit Sniper identifies exhaustion in multiple timeframes and offers additional confirmation for timing.
Designed to spot reversals with the potential for high reward for limited risk
DynaRange shows projected swing targets based on price momentum before it becomes obvious to the market.
DPZ Indicator finally makes it possible to understand the personality and mood of a specific stock
Designed to give you an early “heads up” - that market-defying extra edge.
Automatically plots the expected move on daily charts to make identifying the best option strategy much easier
GRaB candles are a visual aid in identifying not only the trend but also the sentiment and momentum.
With this innovative new indicator, you can verify when a setup has ‘juice’ and could lead to substantial move
We use the Multi-EMA Cross to quickly understand trend changes across multiple timeframes.
Pinpoint exactly where price is likely to reverse with the natural ‘ebb and flow’ of the market.
Reverse engineer where reversals are likely to trigger.
The Multi-Squeeze allows traders to see Squeeze setups on multiple timeframes.
Reveals out performance in any ticker by using a formula that compares key stocks, industries, and ETFs.
Precisely measure your portfolio’s exposure to specific market risk.
Tool that calculates daily implied volatility
The Reversal Arrows pinpoint reversals and breakouts in almost any timeframe.
Never second guess what sector is currently driving the market.
Catch Bigger and Faster Moves More Often (and Get in Earlier!)
Enables you to plan trades using historical Squeeze Pro stats at the top of your charts
Squeeze Radar automates the scanning process to deliver a watchlist of stocks in a Squeeze on every timeframe.
We use the 10X Bars as a way to quickly understand trend quality and strength (Multi 10X sold separately)
The Trend indicator is a visual technique that eliminates irregularities from a normal chart.
Used as an early indicator of a swing up or down which usually precede a reversal in the opposite direction.