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Price Rejector Pro

Price Rejector Pro allows you to combine Aggression, Absorption and Exhaustion to highlight low risk reversal points. This is a simple but powerful combination of order flow conditions. In plain language you can see when and where…

…we run out of buyers (sellers) and can see that sellers (buyers) are more powerful and that aggressive sellers are entering the market.

Selective use of Price Rejector Pro with the Advanced Lookback Filter and Pullback Analysis can form the foundation of a successful trading strategy as you are taking a significant quantity of order flow events into account.

emoji trading Price Rejector Pro

Price Rejector Pro will identify:

You can tighten or loosen the settings for Aggression and Absorption to fine tune the indicator’s signals. You may, for example, only wish to highlight Exhaustion to see when a directional move is losing power but not facing the potential of a strong reversal.

Indicator Settings & Outputs Reference

Imbalance Settings

The imbalance settings are used to control how Aggression that opposes the Price Rejector Exhaustion is identified. Read this section: Imbalance Settings for a full explanation of each setting:

• Minimum Diagonal Bid/Ask Imbalance %
• Compare Zero Diagonal Bid/Ask Imbalances?
• Miniumum Volume
• Minimum Bid/Ask Delta

Exhaustion & Absorption Filter

Select whether a Price Rejector Supply/Demand Event requires:

• Exhaustion Only
• Aggregate Absorption: the total demand (or supply) through an area of buying (or selling) exhaustion was absorbed
• Consistent Absorption: every price level through the area of exhaustion was absorbed

In Aggregate Absorption mode it is not necessary that every price level through the area of exhaustion is absorbed and is therefore a looser filter than Consistent Absorption.

Require Price Reversal?

Select whether the Price Rejector condition is filtered using the Price Reversal Filter. If not, it is possible to have Price Rejector Supply/Demand Events at both ends of a bar, especially when using longer time frame chart periods.

Advanced Lookback Filter Settings

Filter Price Rejector Supply/Demand Events using the emoji Advanced Lookback Filter to only identify events that occur at relative highs and lows.

Maximum Extreme Print Volume
Maximum Extreme Print Ratio %

These inputs allow fine tuning of the Exhaustion condition.

Maximum Extreme Print Volume sets the highest ask volume at the bar’s highest price or highest bid volume at the bar’s lowest price that will be considered for a Price Rejector Supply/Demand Event. If volume exceeds this setting, then no condition is recognised. This is similar in concept to the Small Prints indicator’s Small Print At Extreme detection.

Maximum Extreme Print Ratio % sets the ratio of the ask volumes at the bar’s highest two prices or bid volumes at the bar’s lowest two prices. This ratio must be higher than the value entered to recognise the Exhaustion element of a Price Rejector Supply/Demand Event. This is similar in concept to the Bar Ratio calculation within the Order Flow Snapshot indicator.

Imbalance Position

Select whether the imbalance used to identify Aggression in the opposite direction to Exhaustion is located:

• Extreme: at the first possible price level for an opposing imbalance
• Extreme + 1: as above or one price level ahead of this
• Within Zone: at any price level within the area of Exhaustion

Pullback Evaluation

Select whether the indicator is to be used to analyse pullback order flow. Please refer to the Pullback Analysissection for a detailed explanation of this mode.

Indicator Offset (Ticks)

The number of ticks away from the bar high/low that the Supply/Demand indicator Output Signals are drawn.

Pullback Offset (Ticks)

The number of ticks away from the bar high/low that the Pullback indicator signals are drawn when using Pullback Analysis .

Outputs

This indicator provides:

Output Signals
EmojiZone Data
Pullback Analysis Output Signals

In addition, the following data is provided:

• Absorbed Buyer Volume
• Absorbed Seller Volume
These outputs represent the number of contracts absorbed within the Price Rejector EmojiZone.

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