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Liquidity Swings [UAlgo]

The "Liquidity Swings " indicator is designed to help traders identify liquidity swings within the market. This tool is particularly useful for visualizing areas where liquidity is accumulating and where it is being swept, providing valuable insights for making informed trading decisions. By tracking the pivots in price and associating them with volume, the indicator highlights zones of potential support and resistance, helping traders understand market dynamics more clearly.


🔶 Key Features

Liquidity Swing Sensitivity: Adjustable sensitivity settings to fine-tune the detection of liquidity swings according to market conditions and trader preferences.


Two modes of liquidity calculation:

Cumulative Liquidity: Aggregates unswept liquidity over multiple swings until it is swept, providing a broader view of liquidity accumulation.


Individual Liquidity: Displays the accumulated liquidity for each swing independently, offering a more granular perspective.


Visual Customization: Options to customize the colors and sizes of liquidity lines, areas, and informational text for better visual clarity.

Dynamic Updates: The indicator dynamically updates liquidity zones and labels, adjusting to new market data to keep traders informed in real-time.

🔶 Disclaimer

The "Liquidity Swings " indicator is provided for educational and informational purposes only.

It should not be considered as financial advice or a recommendation to buy or sell any financial instrument.

The use of this indicator involves inherent risks, and users should employ their own judgment and conduct their own research before making any trading decisions. Past performance is not indicative of future results.

🔷 Related Scripts

Liquidity Sweeps


Williams %R Liquidity Sweeps


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