Workspaces & Chart Templates

Custom Workspace for Each Instrument

I have included 25 workspaces with the ‘TTP Divergence Analyst Essentials’ installer for the following instruments:

  1. 6E – Euro Futures Contract
  2. AAPL – Apple Stock
  3. BTC – Bitcoin Futures Contract
  4. CL – Crude Oil Futures Contract
  5. EURUSD – Euro vs. U.S Dollar FOREX
  6. ES – E-mini S&P 500 Index Futures Contract
  7. FB – Facebook Stock
  8. FDAX – Deutscher Aktien Index Futures Contract (Germany 40)
  9. FGBL – Euro-Bund Futures Contract
  10. GBPUSD – British Pound vs. U.S Dollar FOREX
  11. GC – Gold Futures Contract
  12. MBT – Micro Bitcoin Futures Contract
  13. MES – Micro E-mini S&P 500 Index Futures Contract
  14. MNQ – Micro NASDAQ 100 Futures
  15. MSFT – Microsoft Stock
  16. NFLX – Netflix Stock
  17. NQ – E-mini NASDAQ 100 Futures Contract
  18. RTY – E-mini Russell 2000 Index Futures Contract
  19. SPY – SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust
  20. TSLA – Tesla Stock
  21. UB – Ultra T-Bond Futures Contract
  22. USDCAD – US Dollar versus Canadian Dollar FOREX
  23. YM – E-mini Dow 30 Index Futures Contract
  24. ZB – 30-year U.S. Treasury Bond Futures Contract (T-Bond)
  25. ZN – 10-year U.S. Treasury Note Futures Contract (T-Note)

Each workspace has six charts in three windows. One window holds the MIN (1), MIN (2), and MIN (3) charts. Another window holds the TICK (1) and TICK (2) charts. The TICK (BB) is the chart by itself without any other tabbed charts. I named it ‘BB’ for BlackBird because this is the chart to which you would add BlackBird.

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Indicators on the TICK (BB) Chart

*Note: I have removed all of the labels from each of the indicators, so the charts are not cluttered with all the text associated with each tool. However, for the SharkIndicators Swing Highs & Lows indicators, removing the label also removes the name of from the configured list of indicators, leaving only the properties’ settings.

TTP Average Range – Draws three values in the upper-right right corner of the price panel using a simple average range with the 50-period on the left, 100-period in the middle, and a 200-period on the right. The largest of the three values is colored in bright pink, the middle value is colored light grey, and the lowest value is colored dim grey.

TTP Chart Label – Draws the instrument’s symbol and chart period and name in the lower-left corner of the price panel.

TTP Counter – Draws a count-down timer with text and a colored bar in the lower right corner of the price panel. The text will countdown from the value of the Tick chart until 0 when the next bar opens. The bar will start off being close to the same color as the background of the chart and gradually start to turn red getting brighter and brighter as it approaches 0.

TTP Divergence Analyst – Uses the TSI as the Divergence Component and is set to find only Regular Divergences.

[TTP Draw Target] – Allows the Divergence Analyst to use custom drawing on both the price and indicator panels.

TTP Volatility Stop – (100, AR, 5, 7, 9, Hidden) – draws three trailing stop lines using an AverageRange 100-period and a multiplier of 5 for StopLine1, 7 for StopLine2, and 9 for StopLine3. When a price bar closes beyond one of the lines, the line flips direction. When a bar is above a line, that line is colored with the uptrend color (green). When a bar is below a line, that line is colored with the downtrend color (red). The Volatility Stop has a built-in data series for ‘Trend’ that is set to +1 when a bar is above any two of the three lines, +2 when a bar is above all three lines, -1 when a bar is below any two of the three lines, and -2 when a bar is below all three lines. The trend data series is used in the BloodHound signals template as one of the trend definition rules and allows longs when a bar is above at least one line and shorts when a bar is below at least one line. The lines are automatically hidden from the chart. To show them, click on the ‘VS-‘ button on the toolstrip of the chart.

TTP Volatility Stop – (200, AR, 9, 12, 15, Hidden) – The trend data series is used in the BloodHound signals template as one of the trend definition rules and allows longs when a bar is above at least one line and shorts when a bar is below at least one line. The lines are automatically hidden from the chart. To show them, click on the ‘VS-‘ button on the toolstrip of the chart.

TTP SourceTaggerIndicator – Sets a name, or ‘tag,’ for the chart so the Divergence Analyst Reader indicator(s) within the BloodHound template(s) can access the chart and read the data series from the Divergence Analyst.

amaCurrentDayVWAP – Draws the ETH (Extended Trading Hours) VWAP (volume-weighted average price) with standard deviation bands. This is used within the BlackBird template for Order Set B Profit Target Order.

SharkIndicators Swing Highs & Lows – (2, Standard, 8, 20) – Draws dotted lines for swing highs and lows with an 8-bar lookback. Used as a trailing rule for Order Set A Stop Loss Order.

SharkIndicators Swing Highs & Lows – (2, Standard, 25, 20) – Draws dotted lines for swing highs and lows with a 25-bar lookback. Used as a trailing rule for Order Set B Stop Loss Order.

SharkIndicators BloodHound Ultimate – Paint the background of the chart green for bullish signals and red for bearish signals. I have it in the same panel as the Divergence Analyst with the scale set to Overlay. I do this just to keep the chart a bit cleaner. If you’d like the signals to plot only in the indicator panel, then you can uncheck the ‘Show Racing Stripes’ property at the top of the BloodHound indicator’s properties grid.

Bollinger Bands – SMA(25) with Standard Deviation Bands set to 2 – used as a trailing rule for Order Set A Profit Target Order within BlackBird

WMA – Weighted Moving Average with a lookback period of 4. Used in the BloodHound Signals template on the ‘SignalsExt.’ Logic Board as the final confirmation condition for the signal.

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