I tried it when they started. My opinion is that all these services that sell key levels are way over priced. The max i would pay would be 20$/month for all futures contracts not just one. But here we are talking big money for what ? imprecise levels. Samething with pivotfarm or jsservices .
I get much accurate levels by using Market Profile and the indicator is free.
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Very funny i got a newsletter from them today and came here to see if anyone else has heard of them also. Looks pretty easy to understand, I'm sure someone here could figure out a way of ploting the same things. And save 1500.00...thanks in advance for any input. Incometrade
For NT7 i found this version: clickme
For NT65, i found this version: clickme
You also have this version (elite restricted) that is based on Gomi's framework: clickme
Another version to calculate the developing value area: clickme
As i am still using NT65 as my main platform i have included the only version of dValueArea i use (see attached file). I don't remember where i got it. The name of the file is dValueAreaRtVa.zip where RtVa stands for "Real Time Value area". But i don't use this feature.
P.S. BigMike's link parser has a bug so most probably you'll get an error when you click some of my links. The link parser insert two space chars before the equal sign in "...&linkId=???" at the end of the link. My solution, when you see the error message, edit the link in the address field of your browser by removing the spaces before the equal sign and press RETURN.
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I signed for one month on Friday to try it out , for 6E only, I think the zones are good..
The criteria to jump to a trade when price is aproaching a zone is to wait until price is about in the middle of the zone , and the bar closes in your direction , in my case, a 4 range bar.. . . and this is aggressive way of doing this.. .
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