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Higher sensitivity is suitable for scalping and relatively short term trading. How short term would it be (in terms of ticks)?
10-12 tick scalps on NQ as an example.
With lower sensitivity levels, does this mean a stronger trend and the ability to hold a trade longer?
You’re seeing the relative strength of the flows, generally higher numbers indicate greater levels of strength behind a move, but this is not absolute, you can get higher numbers when the market is slower too, as the algo looks at the relative environment.
Can you explain and give examples for the use of lower sensitivity levels (7 to 15)?
The way in which the tool is used across the sensitivities is relatively the same, momentum, breakouts etc, the difference is how reactive the tool is to low level activity. anything sub 6 is pretty reactive.
More of the training here seems to deal with entering trades. What are the TS signs for exiting trades?
Capitulation - When you see TickStrike at extremes for extended periods.
Correlation - If you’re seeing multiple correlated markets going against you.