Tag Archives: Spread

Advanced Chart Setups

Systematic chart analysis As you may have already guessed, the standard indicators supplied with MetaTrader do not provide the kind of information we like to analyse and find high-probablility trade setups. So, we took our experience with EA analysis of price-action and candle-patterns to find… Continue reading

Bias and Levels

What does it do? This template uses the chart properties of the Clean Charts template with the ATR, Breakouts, Candles, Support & Resistance, Spread and Swing Levels indicators added using default settings. If you want to make your own customised versions of this template we recommend… Continue reading

All Timeframes

What does it do? These profile setups show a multi-timeframe view for each of the major currency pairs, commodities and the S&P500. The timeframes we follow are weekly (W1), daily (D1), 4-hourly (H4), hourly (H1), 30-minute (M30), 15-minute (M15), 5-minute (M5) and 1-minute (M1). We… Continue reading

Support & Resistance Levels

What does it do? The Analytic Trading Support & Resistance Levels indicator is designed to automatically draw horizontal lines from the last few high & low price levels the higher timeframes achieved. Due to the fractal nature of price movements, it works in the same way… Continue reading

Spread in Pips or Points

What does it do? The Analytic Trading Spread indicator for MetaTrader adds a small line of text to the top left corner of your charts to show the current spread of the instrument, in price, pips or points – and these trading costs are then… Continue reading


For the FREE version, simply add this to your basket and checkout – just register with your name and email address to get your free serial number – no payment details are required. The PRO version comes with the full version of everything, if you’re… Continue reading


MetaTrader Indicators For us, the main aim of indicators is to show us points of interest on our charts – where we look to evaluate the latest winner between bulls and bears. We aim to only have the information shown on our charts that we… Continue reading