Convergence Event: Product Spotlight-Depth and Order Flow Analysis

Understanding the flow of orders in the markets and how trades are executing against them is not only the domain of scalpers but of everyone entering or exiting the market in the most efficient way possible - FuturesTrader71

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The New S5 BookMap

Thursday, October 13th at 4:30 PM Eastern US Time

This Convergence Event will cover the key execution platform FuturesTrader71 uses to engage with the market and through which he keeps track of how orders are moving in the order book for any given product and, more importantly, how participants are responding to those orders. We will go over the key new features, uses of S5 BookMap and important updates and changes that make the software accessible by all traders.

Convergence Events focus on a specific trading topic. Past events have included Trader Interventions, Trader Spotlights, Product Spotlights and Research events.

10 Comments
  • Dean Anthony
    Posted at 22:51h, 09 October Reply

    Would like to see settings FT uses for the different instruments CL ES ZB ECT and if he is able to share exactly what he looks for in BOOKMAP that tells him that a particular level is going to hold and be rejected or get broken..and continue in the same direction.

    Also, do the different instruments have different clues that FT looks for that that cause him to take action.

    Thank you

    Dean

  • Prakash Gowda
    Posted at 04:44h, 10 October Reply

    Like to know about the new features.

  • OMAR SPRANDEL
    Posted at 05:44h, 10 October Reply

    looking forward to it

  • Peter Guernsey
    Posted at 05:55h, 10 October Reply

    Bookmap

  • akio mori
    Posted at 13:48h, 10 October Reply

    yes

  • Dale R Price
    Posted at 11:52h, 13 October Reply

    I would like to see this.

  • George Donaldson
    Posted at 13:39h, 13 October Reply

    Can this be used for any timeframe

    • Futures Trader71
      Posted at 09:49h, 14 October Reply

      It is not time-frame dependent. It comes into play in my opinion whenever you are engaging with the market. The goal is to minimize risk by learning how to read where liquidity pools are and whether they are fake or remain and trade out. What happens after they trade out? And so on.

  • George Donaldson
    Posted at 13:40h, 13 October Reply

    any timeframe

    • Futures Trader71
      Posted at 09:52h, 14 October Reply

      It is not time-frame dependent. It comes into play in my opinion whenever you are engaging with the market. The goal is to minimize risk by learning how to read where liquidity pools are and whether they are fake or remain and trade out. What happens after they trade out? And so on.

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