Supply/Demand Zones


Supply/Demand Zones are pivotal areas on a chart where historical supply (selling pressure) and demand (buying pressure) have significantly influenced price movements. These zones are crucial for traders as they provide insights into areas of strong support (demand) and resistance (supply), enabling more strategic and informed trading decisions. Understanding these zones helps traders to identify where significant price action has occurred and is likely to occur again, offering a roadmap of potential future market behavior.

Advanced Activity

The Advanced Activity feature within Supply/Demand Zones offers a deeper analysis of the market dynamics within these zones. It enables users to decipher the level of activity and significance of the volume within these zones. A 'Low' volume in a Supply/Demand Zone may suggest that it is less significant, possibly indicating that major players or institutions are not actively engaged at these levels. Conversely, a 'High' volume denotes a zone of considerable significance, where substantial trading activity has historically taken place. This feature also incorporates a strength meter, visually representing the robustness of a Supply/Demand Zone. A thin meter indicates a weaker zone, while a wider meter signifies a stronger, more influential zone.


You can enable the Supply/Demand Zones feature in your indicator settings:

Supply/Demand Zones SettingsDescription

Calculation Mode

Selects how Supply/Demand Zones are displayed. - Real-time: Shows zones as they form. \n - Confirmed: Displays zones after confirmation.

Maximum Supply/Demand

Sets the limit for displaying Supply/Demand Zones.

Supply/Demand 1

Choose the timeframe for viewing Supply/Demand Zones.

Supply/Demand 2

Choose the timeframe for viewing Supply/Demand Zones.

Advanced Activity

Shows strength activity in Supply/Demand Zones.

Quality Filter

Filters out insignificant Supply/Demand Zones.

Show Text

Displays text for Supply/Demand Zones.

Best Practices & Usage

  • Zone Identification for Entry and Exit Points: Employ the Supply/Demand Zones to strategically identify potential entry and exit points in your trading. These zones are often key areas where significant market movements are likely to happen, making them invaluable for planning trades.

  • Volume Analysis within Zones: Focus on the volume data within each Supply/Demand Zone. High volume indicates strong market interest, suggesting that these zones are robust and could significantly influence price movements.

  • Assessing Zone Strength: Utilize the strength activity feature to evaluate the strength and significance of each zone. Stronger zones typically offer more reliability and are more likely to influence market movements.

  • Combining with Other Indicators: Integrate Supply/Demand Zones with other technical indicators for a holistic market analysis. This approach ensures a comprehensive view of the market, enhancing the accuracy of your trading decisions.

  • Risk Management Integration: Incorporate the Supply/Demand Zones into your risk management strategy. These zones can be crucial for setting effective stop-loss orders, as they often represent significant price levels in the market.

  • Reviewing Historical Zone Performance: Analyze how prices have historically reacted to these zones. Past interactions with these zones can provide valuable clues about potential future market behaviors.

  • Contextual Market Analysis: Evaluate Supply/Demand Zones within the broader market context, including current trends and news events. This wide-angle view can lead to more informed and strategic trading decisions.


This example shows how a price enters a Supply Zone, and then is quickly rejected. The Advanced Activity Strength meter also indicated that it was a strong Supply Zone.

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