These New Edgefinder Features Could Change Everything
The A1 Edgefinder is a fundamental trader's dream tool. This market scanner tool allows you to see a variety of metrics such as COT data and retail sentiment on 37 different currency pairs. This week, our team released some major updates on the A1 Edgefinder that you won't want to miss out on. Let's take a peak at the new look:
New Score Meter
The market scanner now has a meter that measures each pairs strength or weakness, making it extremely easy for users to read. This new feature reads from -7 to +7 suggesting whether a pair is a strong sell or a strong buy according to the technical and fundamental metrics that are updated hourly. Right below the meter is a breakdown of all the scores to show which metric carries the most weight for either directional bias. Those scores are tallied up to reach an overall rating on the pair.
Our latest version of the Edgefinder now does commodities like gold and oil. This will allow traders to see what is happening in the commodities market including its strengths and weaknesses relative to the US dollar. These features use the same metrics that are used for currency pairs, which will cause the scanner to react accordingly.
The information you see on each metric is pulled from pools of data every hour to make sure you don't miss changes going on throughout the day. Some metrics are more prompt than others and require special attention like trend readings, retail sentiment and even economic events. Find out about about an interest rate hike, GDP growth, inflation rates, jobs numbers all within an hour of publication. And of course, you won't be needing to fetch all of these data yourself. The Edgefinder will track it and organize it for you 24 times a day.
Historical Score Chart
The historical score chart is a very important addition to the scanner which allows for the user to see how price performed on any given day and the days after compared to its score.
This new feature is really helpful for tracking price action relative to the overall score of the pair. As you can see, once price moved from a +1 to a +2, the scanner indicated a potential buy here. Then, price shot back up to +3, and price moved up with it.
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