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Introducing The Sinder A1 and M1 Trading Indicators.

Written by Manny Sinder

The Sinder Trading Academy team has been busy developing new products to help traders make better judgments about the state of the market. We found that most traders struggle to calculate exactly when to enter a market and when to exit. To help traders fulfil these important aspects and achieve high rates of successful trades,  we have developed and launched the Sinder A1 and Sinder M1 Indicators. The image below shows both these important indicators in operation.

The A1 and M1 indicators complement one another and can be used in unison or independent of one another. The advantage of using them both together is for extra assurance the trader receives when confirming how strong a potential market move is or likely to be and how long a rally shall last.

The indicators take into consideration the products current price, price-action, price range and momentum. The indicators also consider the higher and lower ranges of the product but that is where any similarities to other indicators stop and these two indicators come into a life of their own.

What is most fascinating about the Sinder A1 and the Sinder M1 indicators is that they both plot coloured arrows and stop signs to suggest to the trader when it may be good time to enter the market, the depth of the current rally and when to exit the market. These important aspects allow the trader to stay in the market longer and earn more pips.

Let’s have a look at how the indicators portray this information. The blue coloured category is for bullish trades and the red category is for bearish trades.

Indicator Key 1

In the chart image above, the bottom indicator window which is displaying the Sinder M1 indicator has displayed correctly a red stop to indicate it was end of the preceding bear rally and for the trader to prepare for a new bull rally. A light blue arrow is then displayed on both indicator windows (including for the Sinder A1 indicator) to suggest to the trader that a new bull rally has begun and to consider entering the market from there. From this point onwards, the indicators take a slightly different route in our example chart image above.

Though both indicators have displayed medium blue arrows and dark blue arrows to suggest the likely length of the current bull rally and further suggest to the trader the new points to enter the market. They have both plotted the arrows at different points. The Sinder M1 indicator has plotted the arrows much later in the rally than the Sinder A1 indicator. Why?

You see the Sinder M1 is a laggard to Sinder A1. This is because Sinder M1 calculates the length and duration of the rally more accurately than the Sinder A1 indicator, while the Sinder A1 is better at confirming the trigger points of entering the market much earlier. Together, they make a great pair.

The Sinder Trading team use these indicators my simply following the arrows as the rule of law. We have a saying here which is “the arrows never lie, only traders lie”; Let’s have a look at some more examples below.

Key to reading the indicators (below).

Indicator Key

Indicator Key 2

In this example we see a good example of a sell trade (above).

Indicator Key 3

In this example we see a good example of a sell trade (above).

If you are interested in buying these indicators then you may do so by taking advantage of our limited time launch price of £99 (£401.00 off RRP). All purchases include free support and set-up.

For further information and requirements please contact us.

About the author

Manny Sinder

Manny Sinder is a professional trader, entrepreneur and author. All articles written by the author are solely his opinion and do not intend to vindicate any named person or institutions mentioned.

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