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Radar 3 False ShowMe Scanning Toolset

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Description: Arps Radar 3 False ShowMe for charting and scanning for TradeStation and MultiCharts
This toolset includes both the charting and scanning version of the Arps Radar 3 False Showme.

Charting Version
Successful traders have always used trend strength and direction as a part of their trading analysis. This indicator finds anomalies in the Arps Trend Strength indicator (Radar3) to identify potential trend reversals and potential swing trades. A bullish setup is identified when the Arps Radar 3 Trend Strength indicator crosses below zero while still showing the color that identifies strength. At this point the Arps Radar3 False indicator will plot little crosses on the chart to alert you that the setup is forming. If the color does not change to weakness then a signal dot is generated when the length of the Radar3 histogram bars start to shorten and roll over back in the direction of bullishness. Conversely, a bearish set up is identified when Radar 3 crosses over the zero line while showing the color of weakness. The signal dot is again generated when the histogram bars start to shorten in the direction of bearishness.

Scanning Version- TTB Radar3 False
The scanning version is available for TradeStation and MultiCharts only. The RadarScreen version of this tool includes some other helpful information. Not only does the TTB Radar3 False indicator show you when a Radar3 False set up is setting up, how many bars ago since a signal fired, and what the percent change has been since the signal fired; but it also plots the actual Radar3 value which is useful for many other types of analysis as well. It also shows what the maximum %gain and %drawdown have been since the signal fired and how many bars it took to reach that maximum and minimum.

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Futures and forex trading contains substantial risk and is not for every investor. An investor could potentially lose all or more than the initial investment. Risk capital is money that can be lost without jeopardizing ones’ financial security or life style. Only risk capital should be used for trading and only those with sufficient risk capital should consider trading. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

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