Today, we'd like to share an experience in developing robust systems that could yield consistent profits of 3%-5% per month, particularly for large institutional funds. The success of these systems revolves around three crucial factors: Trend, Zone, and Signal. Let's delve into each one to understand their significance in achieving sustained profitability.


First things first, you gotta figure out the trend of the market - is it going up, down, or sideways?

If you're a fan of using price action, Zigzag Swing Pro is your go-to for recognizing market structure.

To identify trending markets, Half Trend Pro, Easy Trend, and Waddah Attar Explosion Pro are solid choices.

And if you want to detect choppy markets, Sidewayz MA is a great tool.



Once you've nailed down the trend, it's time to find the sweet spot - the trading zone where you're most likely to get promising signals.

There are 2 types of zones: Supply-Demand and Support-Resistance.

For Supply-Demand, check out Supply/Demand Discovery.

And for Support-Resistance, Support/Resistance Radar and Volume Delta are your best bets.

*Regarding Volume Delta: you may wonder why it's a "Zone" indicator? If you see a strong positive delta at a swing-low candle or a strong negative delta at a swing-high candle, then you can extend the candle's range to the right to have a reliable zone. That's the trick.


Now all that's left is to sit back and wait for signals to show up in the zone.

There are 2 types of signals: pullback and reversal signals.

Pullback signals: They are super reliable in a trending market, so keep that in mind. Solar Wind is a great indicator for finding pullback signals.

Reversal signals: If you're dealing with a choppy market, go for Bollinger Reversal Pro or Multi-Osc OB/OS Overlap for solid reversal signals.

Don't be afraid to mix and match multiple indicators for trend, zone, and signal detection - it can lead to seriously reliable signals. The more signals of the same type from different indicators overlap, the stronger the signal becomes.

You can watch some videos below to see how our indicators work: