The Intraday Movers & Shakers web Tool illustrates the performance of the most traded currencies through the latest movements of the exchange rates between the US Dollar (USD), the Euro (EUR), the British Pound (GBP), the Japanese Yen (JPY), the Swiss Franc (CHF), the New Zealand Dollar (NZD), the Australian Dollar (AUD), and the Canadian Dollar (CAD). Each bar chart shows intraday price changes as gains and losses relative to the chosen reference currency, and is based on the exchange rates recorded at midnight of the current day.
The web Tool displays current percentages of long (buy) and short (sell) positions in the transaction flow. The resulting market sentiment is defined as the difference between the two, with red negative readings signalling “sell” sentiment, and green positive ones indicating “buy” sentiment. The data is updated every 30 minutes. The available instruments include various currency pairs and commodity, stock and index CFDs. Additionally, the tool offers aggregated information for numerous currencies. The tool settings allow to display the sentiment for liquidity consumers or liquidity providers.
The Technical Indicators web tool is an embeddable technical analysis tools that gives an overview of trading signals based on the most popular indicators: Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD), Relative Strength Index (RSI), Stochastic Oscillator (Stochastic), Average Directional Index (ADX), Commodity Channel Index (CCI), Aroon Oscillator (AROON), Alligator, and Parabolic Stop and Reverse (SAR). The tool translates the values of the indicators into three types of signals: “Buy”, “Sell”, and “Neutral”. The signals are available for various Forex market instruments, commodity, index, and stock CFDs, and bitcoin, for time frames ranging from five minutes to one month.
The table in the Historical Sentiment widget shows whether long (buy) positions dominate over short (sell) positions in trading of various Forex instruments. The displayed numbers are the differences between the percentages of long and short positions in the transaction flow, with red negative readings signaling “sell” sentiment, and green positive ones – “buy” sentiment. The data is updated every 30 minutes.
Note that the sentiment is measured separately for liquidity consumers and liquidity providers.