Workspaces and Charts

Custom Workspace for Each Instrument

Within the ‘TTP Master Suite Essentials’ installer are all the workspaces, not only for the Master Suite but also for all the individual tools’ installers, as well. Custom workspaces are available for each of the following 25 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 instrument requires a unique workspace, as the periods set for the different charts are unique to the instrument. The values set for the ROE and TICK charts are completely unique for each instrument and should be updated about once per week, to adjust for volatility. The periods of the Minute charts, however, are are the same for the different groups of Futures, Stocks, and FOREX markets.

*Note: RTH is the initialism for the Regular Trading Hours session, which eliminates the overnight price-action leaving only the day session for the market. The RTH (4) and RTH (1) charts use the RTH trading hours template (session template) for the respective market. The RTH (4) and RTH (1) charts are both excluded from the Stocks and FOREX workspaces, as there are no RTH sessions for FOREX, and all Stock charts use the RTH session.

On THIS PAGE, you will find the Google Sheet (pictured below) that we use to update the TICK and ROE Bars charts’ values. If you click on the tabs (outlined in red box), you will see how the markets are split into the various groups listed down this page.

The various charts are labeled as the following: RTH (1), MIN (1), TICK (1), ROE (1), MIN (2), TICK (2), ROE (2), MIN (3), MIN (4), RTH (4), MIN (5), and MIN (6).

*Note: TICK (BB) chart is only for the Divergence Analyst, Volume Analyst, and ToolBarPro workspaces, since those products are not necessarily paired with the ROE Bars.

Most FUTURES instruments – such as 6E, CL, ES, GC, YM, NQ, and RTY – start with a 2-Minute chart for MIN (1), and a 1-Minute chart for RTH (1), with each consecutive, larger timeframe being a multiple of either 2, 2.5, or 3 times the preceding one, ending up with a 138-Minute for the MIN (6). The MIN (6) is the exception, though. Since the MIN (5) is a 60-Minute chart, the MIN (6) would be a 120-Minute chart, if we used a multiplier of 2 (2 x 60 = 120). Because there are 1,380 minutes per session, and 120 does not divide evenly into 1,380, we use 138 minutes for the period, instead, leaving 10 equal bars per session.

Some FUTURES instruments start with different values for MIN (1) and RTH (1) – either due to lack of volatility or volume – such as FDAX, FGBL, ZB, ZN, and UB, which use a 5-Minute chart for MIN (1) and a 3-Minute chart for RTH (1).

Most Stocks workspaces start with a 2-Minute chart for MIN (1) and end up with a 65-Minute chart for MIN (6). And since every chart for any US Stock uses the US Equities RTH session, there is no need to have the extra RTH (1) and RTH (4) charts, so they are removed.

I will list the different instrument groups and their respective charts and chart periods, below.

Common Futures Workspaces

6E, CL, ES, GC, MES, MNQ, NQ, RTY, YM

Each workspace for the ‘Common’ Futures Markets has twelve charts in six windows.

  1. RTH (1) = 1-Minute chart
  2. MIN (1) = 2-Minute chart (2 x 1m = 2m)
  3. TICK (1) = Target Minute Period of 2.5m
  4. ROE (1) = (see the table in THIS ARTICLE)
  5. MIN (2) = 5-Minute chart (2.5 x 2m = 5m)
  6. TICK (2) = Target Minute Period of 7.5m
  7. ROE (2) = (see the table in THIS ARTICLE)
  8. MIN (3) = 10-Minute chart (2 x 5m = 10m)
  9. RTH (4) = 15-Minute chart (3 x 5m = 15m)
  10. MIN (4) = 30-Minute chart (2 x 15m = 30m, but I will oftentimes set the MIN (4) to a 20-Minute chart, so then 2 x 10m = 20m)
  11. MIN (5) = 60-Minute chart (2 x 15m = 30m)
  12. MIN (6) = 138-Minute (2 x 60m = 120m, but there are 1380 minutes during the ETH session (Electronically or Extended Traded Hours), and 1380m divided by 10 = 138-minute bars)

FDAX, FGBL, UB, ZB, and ZN Futures Workspaces

Each workspace for the FDAX, FGBL, UB, ZB, and ZN Futures Markets has twelve charts in six windows.

  1. RTH (1) = 3-Minute chart
  2. MIN (1) = 5-Minute chart
  3. TICK (1) = Target Minute Period of 5m
  4. ROE (1) = (see the table in THIS ARTICLE)
  5. MIN (2) = 10-Minute chart (2.5 x 2m = 10m)
  6. TICK (2) = Target Minute Period of 12.5m
  7. ROE (2) = (see the table in THIS ARTICLE)
  8. MIN (3) = 20-Minute chart (2 x 10m = 20m)
  9. RTH (4) = 30-Minute chart (3 x 10m = 30m)
  10. MIN (4) = 60-Minute chart (2 x 30m = 60m)
  11. MIN (5) = 138-Minute (2 x 60m = 120m, but there are 1380 minutes during the ETH session (Electronically or Extended Traded Hours), and 1380m divided by 10 = 138-minute bars)
  12. MIN (6) = 276-Minute (2 x 138m = 276m)

US Stocks Workspaces

Each workspace for the different US Stocks has ten charts in six windows.

  1. MIN (1) = 2-Minute chart
  2. TICK (1) = Target Minute Period of 2.5m
  3. ROE (1) = (see the table in THIS ARTICLE)
  4. MIN (2) = 5-Minute chart (2.5 x 2 = 5m)
  5. TICK (2) = Target Minute Period of 7.5m
  6. ROE (2) = (see the table in THIS ARTICLE)
  7. MIN (3) = 10-Minute chart (2 x 5 = 10m)
  8. MIN (4) = 15-Minute chart (3 x 5 = 15m)
  9. MIN (5) = 30-Minute chart (2 x 15 = 30m)
  10. MIN (6) = 65-Minute (2 x 30 = 60m, but there are 390 minutes during the US Equities RTH session, and 390m divided by 6 = 65 minutes)

FOREX Workspaces

Each workspace for the different US Stocks has ten charts in six windows.

  1. MIN (1) = 3-Minute chart
  2. TICK (1) = Target Minute Period of 2.5m
  3. ROE (1) = (see the table in THIS ARTICLE)
  4. MIN (2) = 5-Minute chart
  5. TICK (2) = Target Minute Period of 7.5m
  6. ROE (2) = (see the table in THIS ARTICLE)
  7. MIN (3) = 15-Minute chart (3 x 5 = 15)
  8. MIN (4) = 30-Minute chart (2 x 15m = 30m)
  9. MIN (5) = 60-Minute chart (2 x 30m = 60m)
  10. MIN (6) = 138-Minute (2 x 60m = 120m, but there are 1380 minutes during the ETH session (Electronically or Extended Traded Hours), and 1380m divided by 10 = 138-minute bars)

The Minute and Tick charts are arranged in four groups of tabbed charts. The ROE (2) and ROE (1) charts are independent, non-tabbed charts.

The charts come in two sets of colors: Dark and Light. The CL and ES Master Suite workspaces use the Light chart templates. All the other workspaces use the Dark chart templates. You can learn how to apply the different chart templates in a separate article.

*Note: The ROE (BB) chart (an even faster chart we used to use in previous versions of the Master Suite workspaces) has been completely eliminated, as it was rather redundant and unnecessary. In previous versions of NinjaTrader 8 and BlackBird, BlackBird would tend to be a bit sluggish on charts with more than a few days set for the lookback period, and so I included the ROE (BB) with a lookback of only four days specifically for applying the BlackBird strategy templates. In finding ways to simplify the workspaces, I arrived at a set of no more than six windows for all the charts of any given workspace, as having more than six windows per workspace becomes unmanageable. I have grouped the tabbed charts in such as way as to provide the cleanest, most efficient layout for our workspaces thus far. In a separate article, you can learn how to remove the MIN (5) and/or MIN (6) charts from your workspaces, if you desire to have fewer higher timeframes.

Taking the ‘TTP Master ES’ workspace as an example, and starting from the smallest timeframes, the groups of charts are as follows:

Group 1: MIN (2), MIN (1), RTH (1)

The MIN (2) is the first tab (far left tab) and is a 5-Minute chart, which is 2.5x the value of the MIN (1) chart. The MIN (1) chart is the middle tab and is a 2-Minute chart, which is 2x the value of the RTH (1) chart. The RTH (1) chart is the last tab (far right tab) and is a 1-Minute chart using the US Equities RTH session template (trading hours template). I’m using the US Equities RTH session template as I believe the Market Geometry lines up much better on it than on the CME US Index Futures RTH trading hours template.

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Group 2: TICK (2) and TICK (1)

The TICK (2) chart is the first tab (far left tab) and is 2.5x the value of the TICK (1) chart. The TICK (1) chart uses a 2.5-Minute ‘Target Minute Period’ (you can read more about the settings of the ROE and TICK charts on THIS PAGE).

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Group 3: MIN (4), RTH (4), MIN (3)

The MIN (4) chart is the first tab (far left tab) and is a 30-Minute chart, which is 3x the value of MIN (3) and 2x the value of the RTH (4) chart. The RTH (4) chart is a 15-Minute chart using the US Equities RTH session template, showing only the day session (not including the overnight session). The MIN (3) chart is a 10-Minute chart and is 2x the value of the MIN (2) chart.

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Group 4: MIN (6) and MIN (5)

The MIN (6) chart is the first tab (far left tab) and is a 138-Minute chart. I’m using a 138-Minute period instead of 120-Minute simply to have an evenly divided number of bars (ten) per day, each with the exact same number of minutes. When using a 120-Minute bar, the last bar of each day has only 60 minutes instead of 120, so it’s not exactly even… The MIN (5) chart is a 60-Minute chart and is 2x the value of the MIN (4) chart.

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Market Geometry should be drawn across all the Minute and Tick charts that make up the four groups of charts.

The ROE (2) chart has two BloodHound templates on it. The BloodHound instance on the price panel is the ‘D+V+OTF’ confirmation template containing all the conditions for the Momentum Divergence [D] plus Volume [V] confirmation signals, and matching with the Operative Timeframe ‘pullbacks’ [OTF] signals from the ‘Logic Agents’ on each of the Minute charts.

The BloodHound instance overlayed on the same panel as the TTP Divergence Analyst contains the ‘MG …’ template. The ‘MG …’ Market Geometry confluence template paints signals when a bar from two or more charts is touching or within a small range from Market Geometry areas and/or yellow lines (more on this later). Rather than putting both BloodHound templates on two different charts, I leave them both on this ROE (2) chart so all required components for trade entry are visible from only one chart. When signals from the two Bloodhound templates line up (assuming the Market Geometry is correctly drawn across the Minute and Tick charts and you don’t have lines everywhere all over them all) a trade entry is confirmed.

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Since the MG BloodHound template is in the indicator panel with the Divergence Analyst, it can sometimes be difficult to distinguish from the Volume & Momentum Divergence confirmation template on the price panel. To make the signals abundantly clear, when signals from both templates are aligned on the ROE (2) chart, I have added the ‘MS ROE (1) …’ BloodHound template to the ROE (1) chart.

The ROE (1) chart is the fastest chart in the workspace, and it has the ‘MS ROE (1) …’ BloodHound template on it. The ‘MS ROE (1) …’ template has two solvers in it, each with an instance of the TTP Replicator accessing the BloodHound signals from the ROE (2) chart. One Replicator instance accesses the signals from the ‘D+V+OTF …’ confirmation template, and the other Replicator instance accesses the ‘MG …’ template. When signals from both BloodHound instances on the ROE (2) chart line up within two bars of each other, the template on the ROE (1) will show a signal.

If you wanted to use SharkIndicators’ BlackBird, you would add it to the ROE (1) chart.

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Indicators on the ROE (1) 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 from the configured list of indicators, leaving only the properties’ settings.

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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.

amaCurrentDayVWAP – Draws the cumulated Volume-weighted Average Price with standard deviation bands starting from the open of the RTH session and ending at the close of the session.

SharkIndicators BloodHound Ultimate – Paints the background of the chart green for bullish signals and red for bearish signals. Holds the ‘MS ROE (1) …’ template and is drawn on the price panel.

*Note: This BloodHound instance with the ‘MS ROE (1) …’ template on the ROE (1) chart must remain set to ‘Calculate On each tick.’

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SharkIndicators Swing Highs & Lows – (2, Standard, 15, 20) – Draws ‘dots’ marking swing highs and lows with an 8-bar lookback. Used as a trailing rule for Order Set A Stop Loss Order within the BlackBird Trade Management templates.

SharkIndicators Swing Highs & Lows – (2, Standard, 30, 20) – Draws ‘crosses’ marking swing highs and lows with a 25-bar lookback. Used as a trailing rule for Order Set B Stop Loss Order within the BlackBird Trade Management templates.

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

TTP Volume Analyst – Set to Relative Volume with a lookback of 3 days.

TTP Volatility Stop – (100, AR, 5, 7, 9, Hidden) – (This Volatility Stop is used within the BlackBird template.) 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 (header) of the chart.

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

TTP ToolBarPro – The toolbar indicator simply adds a ‘connection’ for the ToolBarPro add-on window (toolbar panels) to be able to draw on the chart. The toolbar indicator also sets the ‘Source chart tag’ of the chart, labeling it ‘ROE (1)’ for all the TTP Reader indicators to access the signals from all the indicators on the chart.

*Note: The ‘Reset panel position’ property of the toolbar indicator will reset all the ToolBarPro panels to the top left corner of your main monitor when checked – useful if you happen to turn off certain monitors while NinjaTrader is running and the ToolBarPro panels somehow go ‘missing’ from your screens.

Indicators on the ROE (2) Chart

amaCurrentDayVWAP – Draws the ETH (Extended Trading Hours) VWAP (volume-weighted average price) with standard deviation bands.

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 is disabled on the ROE Bars charts, though (you can enable it by changing the ‘Display mode’ property from ‘ProgressBar’ to ‘Both’). 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.

SharkIndicators BloodHound Ultimate – This BloodHound instance holds the ‘D+V+OTF …’ Volume & Momentum Divergence confirmation template, and it’s drawn on the price panel. BloodHound paints the background of the chart green for bullish signals and red for bearish signals.

*Note: BloodHound can be set to ‘Calculate’ On bar close to decrease the number of resources required by your computer to run NinjaTrader 8. The only issue with running BloodHound ‘Calculate on bar close’ is the fact that the signals would not paint a signal bar until the first tick of the next bar, so you would never see the signals as they are first validating. I recommend checking this setting for all instances of BloodHound on your workspaces. Some of them will be set to Calculate on Bar Close and others will be set to Calculate on Price Change. Setting to calculate on each tick should be used only for the ‘MS ROE (1) …’ BloodHound template on the ROE (1) chart. For the BloodHound instances on the ROE (2), however, the choice is one of preference. Would you rather have the signals intra-bar and potentially have NinjaTrader running a bit more slowly, or would you rather ensure NinjaTrader is running at optimum speed and seeing the BloodHound signals only after the close of the bar? I prefer to set it to Calculate on Bar Close.

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TTP Volume Analyst – Set to Relative Volume with a lookback of 4 days.

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

SharkIndicators BloodHound Ultimate – This BloodHound instance holds the ‘MG …’ Market Geometry confluence template, and it’s overlayed in the same panel as the Divergence Analyst. BloodHound paints the background of the chart green for bullish signals and red for bearish signals.

TTP ToolBarPro – The toolbar indicator simply adds a ‘connection’ for the ToolBarPro add-on window (toolbar panels) to be able to draw on the chart. The toolbar indicator also sets the ‘Source chart tag’ of the chart, labeling it ‘ROE (2)’ for all the TTP Reader indicators to access the signals from all the indicators on the chart.

*Note: The ‘Reset panel position’ property of the toolbar indicator will reset all the ToolBarPro panels to the top left corner of your main monitor when checked – useful if you happen to turn off certain monitors while NinjaTrader is running and the ToolBarPro panels somehow go ‘missing’ from your screens.

Indicators on the RTH (1) Chart

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 Price Line – Draws a horizontal, dashed white line from the last traded price on the chart.

TTP Donchian Channel (25)*Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the DC- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws a horizontal line from the highest price of the last 25 bars, while also drawing another horizontal line from the lowest price of the past 25 bars. This Donchian Channel is used by the Logic Manager to define the minimum number of bars allowed to make up an ABC corrective pattern within the OTF logic.

TTP Donchian Channel (115)*Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the DC- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws a horizontal line from the highest price of the last 115 bars, while also drawing another horizontal line from the lowest price of the past 115 bars. This Donchian Channel is used by the Logic Manager to define the maximum number of bars allowed to make up an ABC corrective pattern within the OTF logic.

TTP Volatility Stop – (200, AR, 9, 12, 15, Hidden) – *Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the VS- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws three trailing stop lines using an AverageRange 200-period and a multiplier of 9 for StopLine1, 12 for StopLine2, and 15 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 Logic Manager’s OTF signals logic as one of the trend definition rules and allows bullish signals when a bar is above at least one line and bearish signals when a bar is below at least one line.

TTP Volume Analyst – Set to Relative Volume with a lookback of 4 days.

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

TTP ToolBarPro – The toolbar indicator simply adds a ‘connection’ for the ToolBarPro add-on window (toolbar panels) to be able to draw on the chart. The toolbar indicator also sets the ‘Source chart tag’ of the chart, labeling it ‘RTH (1)’ for all the TTP Reader indicators to access the signals from all the indicators on the chart.

*Note: The ‘Reset panel position’ property of the toolbar indicator will reset all the ToolBarPro panels to the top left corner of your main monitor when checked – useful if you happen to turn off certain monitors while NinjaTrader is running and the ToolBarPro panels somehow go ‘missing’ from your screens.

TTP Logic Agent – Draws the output signals for the assigned ‘Logic ID’ accessed from the Logic Manager – in this case, the ‘OTF RTH (1) …’ Logic. The Logic Agent is overlayed in the same panel as the Divergence Analyst (the bottom-most indicator panel) and will draw red bars to -1 at half opacity for bearish signals and green bars to +1 at half opacity for bullish signals. The signals identify bars that mark the potential ends of C-wave corrective patterns. These signals are also accessed via the TTP Replicator within solvers in the ‘D+V+OTF …’ BloodHound template on the ROE (2) chart.

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Indicators on the MIN (1) Chart

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 Price Line – Draws a horizontal, dashed white line from the last traded price on the chart.

TTP Donchian Channel (25)*Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the DC- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws a horizontal line from the highest price of the last 25 bars, while also drawing another horizontal line from the lowest price of the past 25 bars. This Donchian Channel is used by the Logic Manager to define the minimum number of bars allowed to make up an ABC corrective pattern within the OTF logic.

TTP Donchian Channel (115)*Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the DC- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws a horizontal line from the highest price of the last 115 bars, while also drawing another horizontal line from the lowest price of the past 115 bars. This Donchian Channel is used by the Logic Manager to define the maximum number of bars allowed to make up an ABC corrective pattern within the OTF logic.

TTP Volatility Stop – (200, AR, 9, 12, 15, Hidden) – *Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the VS- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws three trailing stop lines using an AverageRange 200-period and a multiplier of 9 for StopLine1, 12 for StopLine2, and 15 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 Logic Manager’s OTF signals logic as one of the trend definition rules and allows bullish signals when a bar is above at least one line and bearish signals when a bar is below at least one line.

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

TTP Volume Analyst – Set to Relative Volume with a lookback of 4 days.

TTP ToolBarPro – The toolbar indicator simply adds a ‘connection’ for the ToolBarPro add-on window (toolbar panels) to be able to draw on the chart. The toolbar indicator also sets the ‘Source chart tag’ of the chart, labeling it ‘MIN (1)’ for all the TTP Reader indicators to access the signals from all the indicators on the chart.

*Note: The ‘Reset panel position’ property of the toolbar indicator will reset all the ToolBarPro panels to the top left corner of your main monitor when checked – useful if you happen to turn off certain monitors while NinjaTrader is running and the ToolBarPro panels somehow go ‘missing’ from your screens.

TTP Logic Agent – Draws the output signals for the assigned ‘Logic ID’ accessed from the Logic Manager – in this case, the ‘OTF MIN (1) …’ Logic. The Logic Agent is overlayed in the same panel as the Divergence Analyst (the bottom-most indicator panel) and will draw red bars to -1 at half opacity for bearish signals and green bars to +1 at half opacity for bullish signals. The signals identify bars that mark the potential ends of C-wave corrective patterns. These signals are also accessed via the TTP Replicator within solvers in the ‘D+V+OTF …’ BloodHound template on the ROE (2) chart.

Indicators on the MIN (2) Chart

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 Price Line – Draws a horizontal, dashed white line from the last traded price on the chart.

TTP Donchian Channel (25)*Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the DC- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws a horizontal line from the highest price of the last 25 bars, while also drawing another horizontal line from the lowest price of the past 25 bars. This Donchian Channel is used by the Logic Manager to define the minimum number of bars allowed to make up an ABC corrective pattern within the OTF logic.

TTP Donchian Channel (115)*Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the DC- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws a horizontal line from the highest price of the last 115 bars, while also drawing another horizontal line from the lowest price of the past 115 bars. This Donchian Channel is used by the Logic Manager to define the maximum number of bars allowed to make up an ABC corrective pattern within the OTF logic.

TTP Volatility Stop – (200, AR, 9, 12, 15, Hidden) – *Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the VS- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws three trailing stop lines using an AverageRange 200-period and a multiplier of 9 for StopLine1, 12 for StopLine2, and 15 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 Logic Manager’s OTF signals logic as one of the trend definition rules and allows bullish signals when a bar is above at least one line and bearish signals when a bar is below at least one line.

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

TTP Volume Analyst – Set to Relative Volume with a lookback of 4 days.

TTP ToolBarPro – The toolbar indicator simply adds a ‘connection’ for the ToolBarPro add-on window (toolbar panels) to be able to draw on the chart. The toolbar indicator also sets the ‘Source chart tag’ of the chart, labeling it ‘MIN (2)’ for all the TTP Reader indicators to access the signals from all the indicators on the chart.

*Note: The ‘Reset panel position’ property of the toolbar indicator will reset all the ToolBarPro panels to the top left corner of your main monitor when checked – useful if you happen to turn off certain monitors while NinjaTrader is running and the ToolBarPro panels somehow go ‘missing’ from your screens.

TTP Logic Agent – Draws the output signals for the assigned ‘Logic ID’ accessed from the Logic Manager – in this case, the ‘OTF MIN (2) …’ Logic. The Logic Agent is overlayed in the same panel as the Divergence Analyst (the bottom-most indicator panel) and will draw red bars to -1 at half opacity for bearish signals and green bars to +1 at half opacity for bullish signals. The signals identify bars that mark the potential ends of C-wave corrective patterns. These signals are also accessed via the TTP Replicator within solvers in the ‘D+V+OTF …’ BloodHound template on the ROE (2) chart.

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Indicators on the MIN (3) Chart

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 Price Line – Draws a horizontal, dashed white line from the last traded price on the chart.

TTP Donchian Channel (25)*Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the DC- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws a horizontal line from the highest price of the last 25 bars, while also drawing another horizontal line from the lowest price of the past 25 bars. This Donchian Channel is used by the Logic Manager to define the minimum number of bars allowed to make up an ABC corrective pattern within the OTF logic.

TTP Donchian Channel (115)*Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the DC- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws a horizontal line from the highest price of the last 115 bars, while also drawing another horizontal line from the lowest price of the past 115 bars. This Donchian Channel is used by the Logic Manager to define the maximum number of bars allowed to make up an ABC corrective pattern within the OTF logic.

TTP Volatility Stop – (200, AR, 9, 12, 15, Hidden) – *Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the VS- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws three trailing stop lines using an AverageRange 200-period and a multiplier of 9 for StopLine1, 12 for StopLine2, and 15 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 Logic Manager’s OTF signals logic as one of the trend definition rules and allows bullish signals when a bar is above at least one line and bearish signals when a bar is below at least one line.

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

TTP Volume Analyst – Set to Relative Volume with a lookback of 4 days.

TTP ToolBarPro – The toolbar indicator simply adds a ‘connection’ for the ToolBarPro add-on window (toolbar panels) to be able to draw on the chart. The toolbar indicator also sets the ‘Source chart tag’ of the chart, labeling it ‘MIN (3)’ for all the TTP Reader indicators to access the signals from all the indicators on the chart.

*Note: The ‘Reset panel position’ property of the toolbar indicator will reset all the ToolBarPro panels to the top left corner of your main monitor when checked – useful if you happen to turn off certain monitors while NinjaTrader is running and the ToolBarPro panels somehow go ‘missing’ from your screens.

TTP Logic Agent – Draws the output signals for the assigned ‘Logic ID’ accessed from the Logic Manager – in this case, the ‘OTF MIN (3) …’ Logic. The Logic Agent is overlayed in the same panel as the Divergence Analyst (the bottom-most indicator panel) and will draw red bars to -1 at half opacity for bearish signals and green bars to +1 at half opacity for bullish signals. The signals identify bars that mark the potential ends of C-wave corrective patterns. These signals are also accessed via the TTP Replicator within solvers in the ‘D+V+OTF …’ BloodHound template on the ROE (2) chart.

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Indicators on the RTH (4) Chart

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 Price Line – Draws a horizontal, dashed white line from the last traded price on the chart.

TTP Donchian Channel (25)*Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the DC- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws a horizontal line from the highest price of the last 25 bars, while also drawing another horizontal line from the lowest price of the past 25 bars. This Donchian Channel is used by the Logic Manager to define the minimum number of bars allowed to make up an ABC corrective pattern within the OTF logic.

TTP Donchian Channel (115)*Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the DC- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws a horizontal line from the highest price of the last 115 bars, while also drawing another horizontal line from the lowest price of the past 115 bars. This Donchian Channel is used by the Logic Manager to define the maximum number of bars allowed to make up an ABC corrective pattern within the OTF logic.

TTP Volatility Stop – (200, AR, 9, 12, 15, Hidden) – *Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the VS- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws three trailing stop lines using an AverageRange 200-period and a multiplier of 9 for StopLine1, 12 for StopLine2, and 15 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 Logic Manager’s OTF signals logic as one of the trend definition rules and allows bullish signals when a bar is above at least one line and bearish signals when a bar is below at least one line.

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

TTP Volume Analyst – Set to Relative Volume with a lookback of 4 days.

TTP ToolBarPro – The toolbar indicator simply adds a ‘connection’ for the ToolBarPro add-on window (toolbar panels) to be able to draw on the chart. The toolbar indicator also sets the ‘Source chart tag’ of the chart, labeling it ‘RTH (4)’ for all the TTP Reader indicators to access the signals from all the indicators on the chart.

*Note: The ‘Reset panel position’ property of the toolbar indicator will reset all the ToolBarPro panels to the top left corner of your main monitor when checked – useful if you happen to turn off certain monitors while NinjaTrader is running and the ToolBarPro panels somehow go ‘missing’ from your screens.

TTP Logic Agent – Draws the output signals for the assigned ‘Logic ID’ accessed from the Logic Manager – in this case, the ‘OTF RTH (4) …’ Logic. The Logic Agent is overlayed in the same panel as the Divergence Analyst (the bottom-most indicator panel) and will draw red bars to -1 at half opacity for bearish signals and green bars to +1 at half opacity for bullish signals. The signals identify bars that mark the potential ends of C-wave corrective patterns. These signals are also accessed via the TTP Replicator within solvers in the ‘D+V+OTF …’ BloodHound template on the ROE (2) chart.

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Indicators on the MIN (4) Chart

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 Price Line – Draws a horizontal, dashed white line from the last traded price on the chart.

TTP Donchian Channel (25)*Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the DC- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws a horizontal line from the highest price of the last 25 bars, while also drawing another horizontal line from the lowest price of the past 25 bars. This Donchian Channel is used by the Logic Manager to define the minimum number of bars allowed to make up an ABC corrective pattern within the OTF logic.

TTP Donchian Channel (115)*Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the DC- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws a horizontal line from the highest price of the last 115 bars, while also drawing another horizontal line from the lowest price of the past 115 bars. This Donchian Channel is used by the Logic Manager to define the maximum number of bars allowed to make up an ABC corrective pattern within the OTF logic.

TTP Volatility Stop – (200, AR, 9, 12, 15, Hidden) – *Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the VS- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws three trailing stop lines using an AverageRange 200-period and a multiplier of 9 for StopLine1, 12 for StopLine2, and 15 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 Logic Manager’s OTF signals logic as one of the trend definition rules and allows bullish signals when a bar is above at least one line and bearish signals when a bar is below at least one line.

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

TTP Volume Analyst – Set to Relative Volume with a lookback of 4 days.

TTP ToolBarPro – The toolbar indicator simply adds a ‘connection’ for the ToolBarPro add-on window (toolbar panels) to be able to draw on the chart. The toolbar indicator also sets the ‘Source chart tag’ of the chart, labeling it ‘MIN (4)’ for all the TTP Reader indicators to access the signals from all the indicators on the chart.

*Note: The ‘Reset panel position’ property of the toolbar indicator will reset all the ToolBarPro panels to the top left corner of your main monitor when checked – useful if you happen to turn off certain monitors while NinjaTrader is running and the ToolBarPro panels somehow go ‘missing’ from your screens.

TTP Logic Agent – Draws the output signals for the assigned ‘Logic ID’ accessed from the Logic Manager – in this case, the ‘OTF MIN (4) …’ Logic. The Logic Agent is overlayed in the same panel as the Divergence Analyst (the bottom-most indicator panel) and will draw red bars to -1 at half opacity for bearish signals and green bars to +1 at half opacity for bullish signals. The signals identify bars that mark the potential ends of C-wave corrective patterns. These signals are also accessed via the TTP Replicator within solvers in the ‘D+V+OTF …’ BloodHound template on the ROE (2) chart.

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Indicators on the MIN (5) Chart

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 Price Line – Draws a horizontal, dashed white line from the last traded price on the chart.

TTP Donchian Channel (25)*Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the DC- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws a horizontal line from the highest price of the last 25 bars, while also drawing another horizontal line from the lowest price of the past 25 bars. This Donchian Channel is used by the Logic Manager to define the minimum number of bars allowed to make up an ABC corrective pattern within the OTF logic.

TTP Donchian Channel (115)*Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the DC- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws a horizontal line from the highest price of the last 115 bars, while also drawing another horizontal line from the lowest price of the past 115 bars. This Donchian Channel is used by the Logic Manager to define the maximum number of bars allowed to make up an ABC corrective pattern within the OTF logic.

TTP Volatility Stop – (200, AR, 9, 12, 15, Hidden) – *Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the VS- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws three trailing stop lines using an AverageRange 200-period and a multiplier of 9 for StopLine1, 12 for StopLine2, and 15 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 Logic Manager’s OTF signals logic as one of the trend definition rules and allows bullish signals when a bar is above at least one line and bearish signals when a bar is below at least one line.

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

TTP Volume Analyst – Set to Relative Volume with a lookback of 4 days.

TTP ToolBarPro – The toolbar indicator simply adds a ‘connection’ for the ToolBarPro add-on window (toolbar panels) to be able to draw on the chart. The toolbar indicator also sets the ‘Source chart tag’ of the chart, labeling it ‘MIN (5)’ for all the TTP Reader indicators to access the signals from all the indicators on the chart.

*Note: The ‘Reset panel position’ property of the toolbar indicator will reset all the ToolBarPro panels to the top left corner of your main monitor when checked – useful if you happen to turn off certain monitors while NinjaTrader is running and the ToolBarPro panels somehow go ‘missing’ from your screens.

TTP Logic Agent – Draws the output signals for the assigned ‘Logic ID’ accessed from the Logic Manager – in this case, the ‘OTF MIN (5) …’ Logic. The Logic Agent is overlayed in the same panel as the Divergence Analyst (the bottom-most indicator panel) and will draw red bars to -1 at half opacity for bearish signals and green bars to +1 at half opacity for bullish signals. The signals identify bars that mark the potential ends of C-wave corrective patterns. These signals are also accessed via the TTP Replicator within solvers in the ‘D+V+OTF …’ BloodHound template on the ROE (2) chart.

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Indicators on the MIN (6) Chart

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 Price Line – Draws a horizontal, dashed white line from the last traded price on the chart.

TTP Donchian Channel (25)*Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the DC- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws a horizontal line from the highest price of the last 25 bars, while also drawing another horizontal line from the lowest price of the past 25 bars. This Donchian Channel is used by the Logic Manager to define the minimum number of bars allowed to make up an ABC corrective pattern within the OTF logic.

TTP Donchian Channel (115)*Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the DC- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws a horizontal line from the highest price of the last 115 bars, while also drawing another horizontal line from the lowest price of the past 115 bars. This Donchian Channel is used by the Logic Manager to define the maximum number of bars allowed to make up an ABC corrective pattern within the OTF logic.

TTP Volatility Stop – (200, AR, 9, 12, 15, Hidden) – *Note: The lines are automatically hidden from the chart, by default. To show them, click on the VS- button on the toolstrip (header) of the chart. This indicator is used by the Logic Manager’s OTF condition sets and must remain on the chart.

Draws three trailing stop lines using an AverageRange 200-period and a multiplier of 9 for StopLine1, 12 for StopLine2, and 15 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 Logic Manager’s OTF signals logic as one of the trend definition rules and allows bullish signals when a bar is above at least one line and bearish signals when a bar is below at least one line.

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

TTP Volume Analyst – Set to Relative Volume with a lookback of 4 days.

TTP ToolBarPro – The toolbar indicator simply adds a ‘connection’ for the ToolBarPro add-on window (toolbar panels) to be able to draw on the chart. The toolbar indicator also sets the ‘Source chart tag’ of the chart, labeling it ‘MIN (6)’ for all the TTP Reader indicators to access the signals from all the indicators on the chart.

*Note: The ‘Reset panel position’ property of the toolbar indicator will reset all the ToolBarPro panels to the top left corner of your main monitor when checked – useful if you happen to turn off certain monitors while NinjaTrader is running and the ToolBarPro panels somehow go ‘missing’ from your screens.

TTP Logic Agent – Draws the output signals for the assigned ‘Logic ID’ accessed from the Logic Manager – in this case, the ‘OTF MIN (6) …’ Logic. The Logic Agent is overlayed in the same panel as the Divergence Analyst (the bottom-most indicator panel) and will draw red bars to -1 at half opacity for bearish signals and green bars to +1 at half opacity for bullish signals. The signals identify bars that mark the potential ends of C-wave corrective patterns. These signals are also accessed via the TTP Replicator within solvers in the ‘D+V+OTF …’ BloodHound template on the ROE (2) chart.

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Indicators on the TICK (1) Chart

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 Volume Analyst – Set to Relative Volume with a lookback of 4 days.

TTP ToolBarPro – The toolbar indicator simply adds a ‘connection’ for the ToolBarPro add-on window (toolbar panels) to be able to draw on the chart. The toolbar indicator also sets the ‘Source chart tag’ of the chart, labeling it ‘TICK (1)’ for all the TTP Reader indicators to access the signals from all the indicators on the chart.

*Note: The ‘Reset panel position’ property of the toolbar indicator will reset all the ToolBarPro panels to the top left corner of your main monitor when checked – useful if you happen to turn off certain monitors while NinjaTrader is running and the ToolBarPro panels somehow go ‘missing’ from your screens.

Indicators on the TICK (2) Chart

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 Volume Analyst – Set to Relative Volume with a lookback of 4 days.

TTP ToolBarPro – The toolbar indicator simply adds a ‘connection’ for the ToolBarPro add-on window (toolbar panels) to be able to draw on the chart. The toolbar indicator also sets the ‘Source chart tag’ of the chart, labeling it ‘TICK (2)’ for all the TTP Reader indicators to access the signals from all the indicators on the chart.

*Note: The ‘Reset panel position’ property of the toolbar indicator will reset all the ToolBarPro panels to the top left corner of your main monitor when checked – useful if you happen to turn off certain monitors while NinjaTrader is running and the ToolBarPro panels somehow go ‘missing’ from your screens.

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