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Swing Failure Pattern – Advanced (Exocharts)

Standard SFP theory is used, we just implement orderflow into this already existing strategy, to filter out the trades that are not so high probability ones. 

EXO charts will give us real data to confirm the SFP theory. 

Templates I use: 

  • Wizards  flow 
  • WTRS 

Key components: 

  1. Spot high/low with a lot of liquidity around this zone 
  2. Once you see SFP pattern, look for OI decrease 
  3. Preferable you want to see lower volume than on previous major high/low. 
  4. Look for candle close above/below previous major low/high. 
  5. Look for POC at the top/bottom of the SFP candle. 
  6. Look for heavy opposite DELTA.


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    1. One question though: For a short position SFP setup, you seem to only watch NET Shorts decreasing to confirm the fact that shorts were being stopped-out. At some point in the video you mentioned that if NET Longs were increasing (and price not increasing as much I suppose), that it was absorption and not SFP.
      So do you also keep an eye on NET longs alongside NET shorts in case of a short position SFP setup? Or I should only pay attention to Net Shorts?

    2. Always pay attention to NS and NL, if you see NS getting stopped out and NL getting in with absorption, it makes the setup even stronger.

  1. When using orderflow with SFP, what do you consider heavy positive delta (Short example, 10 m volume, 15min TF)?

    10 %, 20 % 50% positive delta of the total volume ?

    1. Hey Seb, heavy positive should be around 70-90%. If the volume is very big tho, it can be smaller. What is very big? cant tell. Depends on market conditions, no specific number for this