Liquidity Analysis

Liquidity Bubbles


Liquidity Bubbles is an innovative feature exclusive to Lune Trading, employing a specialized algorithm to identify key market positions and trapped traders. This tool comes in two variants: the regular Liquidity Bubbles, which focuses on detecting large and significant market positions, and Liquidity Bubbles+, tailored to uncover trapped liquidity and positions. These features offer valuable insights into market dynamics, helping traders understand underlying market forces.


You can enable the Liquidity Bubbles feature in your indicator settings:

Liquidity Bubbles SettingsDescription

Liquidity Bubbles

Identifies large market positions, shown as Small Bubbles.

Liquidity Bubbles+

Finds overwhelmed large positions, shown as Large Bubbles.

Enable Threshold - Quality Filter

Filters out less significant Liquidity Bubbles.

Best Practices & Usage

  • Interpreting Market Positions: Use the regular Liquidity Bubbles to gain insights into significant market positions. These insights can help you understand major players' movements and potential market impacts.

  • Identifying Trapped Traders: Utilize Liquidity Bubbles+ to detect areas where traders might be trapped. This can often signal potential reversal zones or key areas where the market might experience heightened volatility.

  • Risk Management: Integrate the information from Liquidity Bubbles into your risk management strategies. Knowing where significant positions or trapped traders are can guide more informed decisions about entry and exit points, as well as stop-loss placements.

  • Confirm with Other Indicators: Always corroborate the signals from Liquidity Bubbles with other technical analysis tools and market data. No single indicator should be used in isolation for making trading decisions.

  • Understanding Market Psychology: Liquidity Bubbles can offer insights into the psychology of the market, particularly in terms of where the majority of traders are positioned. Use this understanding to anticipate potential market reactions.

  • Volume Analysis: Cross-reference Liquidity Bubbles signals with volume data to confirm the strength of these positions. Higher volume at these points can validate their significance..


Liquidity Bubbles+ are capable of accurately indicating market tops and bottoms. This can be used to help users base the market bias.

Liquidity Grabs


Liquidity Grabs is a feature specifically designed to detect moments in the market where stop losses are triggered by the masses. These events often signify a potential reversal in the trend or indicate the market's top or bottom. The underlying theory suggests that market makers and institutional traders may intentionally target retail traders' stop losses, using them as a source of liquidity and momentum for their own positions.


You can enable the Liquidity Grabs feature in your indicator settings:

Best Practices & Usage

  • Identify Potential Reversals: Use Liquidity Grabs as an indicator to spot potential trend reversals. A high concentration of stop losses being hit can signal a market top or bottom, presenting an opportunity for reversal trading.

  • Contextual Analysis: Always analyze Liquidity Grabs in the context of the overall market conditions. Confirm these signals with other technical indicators and market analysis to validate their significance.

  • Volume Confirmation: Check if there is a corresponding spike in trading volume during a Liquidity Grab event. Increased volume can add credibility to the validity of the signal.

  • Look for Patterns: Keep an eye out for recurring patterns associated with Liquidity Grabs. Identifying these patterns over time can help in anticipating potential market movements.

  • Use as a Contrarian Indicator: Liquidity Grabs can often be a contrarian signal, indicating that the market may move in the opposite direction of the prevailing trend. This can be particularly useful for identifying entry points in a counter-trend strategy.


The following example shows how a bearish Liquidity Bubble was detected. This worked as an indication of a potential market reversal. The price proceeded to drop.

Liquidity Waves


Liquidity Waves, a distinctive feature exclusive to Lune Trading, offers a dynamic approach to market analysis by combining price action and volume activity. This tool is adept at detecting a specific type of liquidity, playing a crucial role in identifying potential market reversals and high-probability breakout trades.


You can enable the Liquidity Waves feature in your indicator settings:

Best Practices & Usage

  • Interpreting Bullish Liquidity Waves: When a Bullish Liquidity Wave is detected and a liquidity zone is displayed in real-time, it's important to monitor the price action closely. A break below this liquidity wave could indicate a potential stop hunt or a continuation of a downward trend.

  • Strength Indicators: Observe the strength shown at these liquidity levels. Strong buying pressure or stability within these zones could suggest an impending rise in the price, hinting at bullish momentum.

  • Contextual Market Analysis: The significance and impact of a Liquidity Wave are highly dependent on the current market conditions and context. It's essential to analyze these waves in conjunction with overall market trends, and other technical indicators.

  • Volume Confirmation: Validate the signals from Liquidity Waves with volume data. Higher trading volumes at these zones can reinforce their significance and the likelihood of a market response.

  • Risk Management: Use Liquidity Waves to inform your risk management strategy. These zones can be effective for setting stop-loss orders or for identifying potential entry and exit points in the market.

  • Avoid Overreliance: While Liquidity Waves provide valuable insights, they should not be the sole basis for trading decisions. Ensure a balanced approach by incorporating other analysis methods and tools.

  • Patience and Confirmation: Wait for additional confirmation signals after a Liquidity Wave is identified. Acting hastily on initial indications without further confirmation can lead to premature trading decisions.


The example below shows how Bullish liquidity waves are displayed to show us where liquidity rests. The market proceeds to become bullish as a result of this.



Accumulation/Distribution is a powerful feature designed to track and display real-time market accumulation and distribution phases. Accumulation typically signifies bullish market conditions, suggesting an increase in buying interest, while distribution indicates bearish conditions, reflecting a rise in selling pressure.


You can enable the Accumulation/Distribution feature in your indicator settings:

Best Practices & Usage

  • Bullish Bias in Accumulation Zones: When an Accumulation Zone is identified, consider adopting a more bullish stance. This could mean prioritizing long positions or looking for entry points that align with this bullish indication.

  • Bearish Bias in Distribution Zones: Conversely, when a Distribution Zone is detected, it's advisable to lean towards a bearish perspective. This might involve focusing on short positions or seeking bearish trade opportunities.

  • Breaks and Confluences: Monitor the price action around these zones. If the price breaks below an Accumulation Zone but there is a support level or bullish confluence nearby, it may indicate a potential reversal. Similarly, for Distribution Zones, a break above with nearby resistance or bearish confluence could signal a reversal.

  • Confirm with Other Indicators: Use Accumulation/Distribution Zones in conjunction with other technical indicators for confirmation. This multi-indicator approach can help in making more informed and reliable trading decisions.

  • Volume Analysis: Check the trading volume accompanying the Accumulation or Distribution Zones. Higher volume can lend credence to the strength of these signals.

  • Risk Management: Integrate the Accumulation/Distribution Zones into your risk management strategy. Setting stop-loss orders around key Accumulation/Distribution levels can help in capitalizing on these zones while managing potential losses.

  • Trend Contextualization: Understand the current market trend and use Accumulation/Distribution Zones to gauge its potential continuation or reversal. These signals can be particularly telling in the context of the prevailing market trend.


The example below shows how an accumulation was detected during a ranging market. The market proceeded to turn bullish as a result of this.

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