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ODD ENHANCERS

AT DEMAND AND SUPPLY ZONES


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STRENGTH OF THE MOVE


Gapping away or large candles from the zone indicates
strength.
More the retracing candles in the move, lesser is the
strength of the move.
ORIGIN OF THE STRONG RALLY/DECLINE
FRESH DZ/SZ
RISK-REWARD RATIO OR PROFIT MARGIN
1:2 minimum, 1:3 preferable
RETRACEMENT/HITTING OF THE ZONE
More the number of retracement/hits weaker the zone.
Less the number of retracement/hits stronger the
zone.
BIG PICTURE
Dominant trend in favor of the trade.
TIME SPENT AT THE ZONE
More number of candles at the zone, means more time
spent at the zone indicating lesser supply/demand and
hence a weak zone.
Lesser number of candles at the zone, means less time
spent on the zone indicating strong supply/demand
and hence a strong zone.
ARRIVAL AT THE ZONE
Faster the approach, harder the bounce.
Slower the approach, less the bounce.
DISTANCE OF THE RALLY/DECLINE FROM THE ZONE
More the distance of the rally/decline from the zone,
more is the strength of the zone.

Less the distance of the rally/decline from the zone,


less is the strength of the zone.
10. LEVEL ON LEVEL
Level on level indicates a stack of order.
Level on level signifies more strength of the zone.
11. LONG TERM DEMAND/SUPPLY ZONES
Price visiting the zone after a long period of time
defines the strength of the zone.
More time, more strength.
Less time, less strength.
12. COINCIDING OF THE MA AND THE ZONE
Larger the MA at the zone, stronger the zone.
13. DIVERGENCE AT THE ZONES FROM THE INDICATORS
14. DIVERGENCES IN THE BOLLINGER BANDS
15. A LARGE VOLUME SPIKE ON THE ZONE INDICATES
ACCUMULATION
16. PATTERN FORMATION ON THE ZONE
Chart patterns.
Candle sticks patterns.
17. BOUNCE OFF SUPPORT/RESISTANCE
Lower volumes as you approach the level.
Smaller candles.
Opposing pressure showing on the candles.
18. BREAK OF SUPPORT/RESISTANCE
Higher volumes as you approach the levels and on
break.
Larger candles.
Pressure showing on the candle in the direction of the
break.
Markets/Sector confirming.
19. EXHAUSTION GAP AT THE ZONE
20. BREADTH
21. GAP UP AT SUPPLY ZONE AND GAP DOWN AT
DEMAND ZONE