Your Friend When You Trade A Trend!


Indicator’s Main Goal:

  • Visually Assisting in detecting corrections  / pullbacks in a trend
  • Can be incorporated in both Forex and Longer Term Binary Trading

Strategy Example:

  1. Up Arrow  =  (Bullish) use your algorithm/strategy to look for possible buy entries.
  2. Down Arrow  =  (Bearish) use your algorithm/strategy to look for possible sell entries.
  3. Better trade on a well trending, volatile pairs.


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The indicator comes with flexible setting options. For higher accurate we do advise the following settings:


Important Notes:

  • Better stick to an high volatility pairs and on EU and US sessions.
  • That’s an new idea, please test it together and share with results at the thread / comments.
  • Demo only first before proceeding any live trading.
  • As always, we publish free indicators available online but we do the hard work for you by choosing the more interesting findings among so many findings we have online.  Hopefully you find it useful for you.

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