All-in-One Trade Indicator (AOTI)
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The All-in-One Trade Indicator (AOTI) is a complicated instrument with multiple modules and techniques. Many people ask me how to use the indicator to make money trading. Today, I'd like to go over the fundamentals of using the AOTI indicator.
I already blogged about the indicator settings and functions. Today, we'll look at how daily levels are determined in greater depth.
The All-in-One Trade Indicator's Primary Goal
The All-in-One Trade Indicator (AOTI) is used to generate daily goals for certain currency pairs. A Dual-channel Trend Detection, Price Channel, MA Bands, Fibo, and other features are included in the indicator. The indicator streamlines market analysis and offers various trading tactics that I use on live accounts.
Why these particular pairs? The answer is straightforward: there is a strong association.
When will I be able to add more pairs? This is a difficult question to answer. The daily levels monitoring mechanism was first limited to EUR/USD. However, after practice, I was able to include the new pairs, and they now produce fantastic outcomes. Some are even more advantageous than EUR/USD. I am always monitoring the market, market pricing, and currency pair behavior. I'll add pairs to the indicator as I discover intriguing patterns to develop correlations.
What is the best time frame to use the AOTI Indicator?
What is the ideal time frame (price chart period) to employ for a trade? Different times and symbols are used to obtain the exact daily levels indicator. And it makes no difference which period you use.
I propose using the M5 timeframe for methods that are included in the indicator. The smallest price swings are easily noticeable in the M5 time period. You can choose entry points much more easily if you know your daily levels ahead of time.
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