Introducing Orderflows Flowsmasher 
Volume exposes the truth of the market and reveals conviction in the market
Trading is all about understanding and interpreting the data that is available to you. This data includes price and volume.
When volume spikes, it can be a sign that something big is happening in the market and that there may be an opportunity to trade.
When there is high volume, it indicates that there is conviction behind the trading and that the market is moving with enthusiasm.
What Makes Flowsmasher Unique?
My name is Michael Valtos and I spent 20 years as an institutional trader at JP Morgan, Cargill, Commerzbank, EDF Man, and Dean Witter Reynolds. The one thing that I have found to be the single most important part of market analysis is order flow because it gets you as close to the market as possible.

Order flow is the missing link for many traders because it allows them to understand what is really happening in the market. Analyzing order flow lets a trader know-how trade is being facilitated in any direction. It's what gives clues as to whether trading activity is net buying or selling, and if so, how aggressive these traders are.

Looking at order flow can also help traders estimate where important price levels are.
The Quality Of Traded Volume - It's What Matters Most
Any experienced trader will tell you that trading is all about making the right decisions at the right time. And one of the most important factors in making those decisions is having a good understanding of market conditions. That's where looking at traded volume comes in.

Volume is one of the most important indicators of market activity, and it can provide traders with a wealth of information about what's going on in the market. By watching volume, traders can get a better sense of which way the market is moving, how strong the current trend is, and when there might be a change in direction coming.

Volume dictates the quality of the price - the more people who participate in a price move, the more that price move is validated. Low volume or only one seller means that the market isn't convinced, but high volume from many sellers means that there's conviction behind the move. Interest and enthusiasm are essential for driving the market, and without volume, the market will simply drift.

Those who are successful in trading often have an edge over their competitors - they have access to information that others don't, or they are able to read the market better.

The more people who participate in a price move, or in our case the more volume associated with a price move, then the more that price move is validated. Volume dictates the quality of the price. When there is low volume or only one seller, then our price is simply not validated. However, when we have many sellers or high volume, this indicates that the market is much more confident in the direction of the price movement. Therefore, as traders, we must always be aware of the volume and how it's impacting trading activity.

By monitoring traded volume, traders can gain valuable insight into the market that can give them an edge in the trading game.

Traded volume can provide important clues about supply and demand imbalances, changes in investor sentiment, and even whether a particular market is being manipulated. Volume is a vital indicator for those who want to stay ahead of the game in the world of trading.

It's important to consider volume along with price. Just looking at the price can give you some idea of where the market is heading, but without volume, you're only guessing. Volume tells you how much interest there is in a market or event, and when combined with price it becomes a powerful tool that can reveal the market's future direction

By combining price and volume together, we can create a powerful analytical tool that will reveal the market’s future direction. This is the only methodology that will allow us to make accurate predictions about where the market is heading. With this tool, we can make informed trading decisions and maximize our profits.
Charts Tell The Truth
When You Know What To Look For...Everything Makes Sense
Quality volume over quantity is the key here - it's better to have a few large trades than many small ones. Volume dictates the quality of the price, so when trading, always pay attention to volume levels. They'll give you a good indication of where the market is really heading.

High volume indicates conviction and interest, while low volume suggests the opposite. Simply put, the more people participating in a price move, the more valid that move is.
Don't Want To Look At Order Flow Charts?
No Problem - Use Your Existing Charts!
I know not everyone is convinced of the benefits of following the market on an footprint chart that is fine. I have designed the Flowsmasher to run on a normal bar chart.

Finally, you have a way to read one of the most important aspects of order flow without having to read an order flow footprint chart. This is the first tool of its kind. 

Harness the power of order flow without needing to monitor every tick that goes through! A problem with a lot of indicators is you often have to curve fit it for your market. In other words, you have to find the best settings that worked in the past and hope they work in the futures. That is a recipe for disaster.
A lot of traders say the Asian session is dead? Really!? There are some great opportunities in the order flow during the Asian hours - when you know what to look for! Flowsmasher does.
I could show you chart after chart and it will look mostly the same, but really you should see it for yourself to believe it.
Stop Wasting Time & Money Trying To Figure Out How 
Order Flow Works, And Start Succeeding Now! 
If you can't figure out order flow, don't waste your time attempting to make sense of your footprint chart. To show where bullish or bearish order flow exists on a standard candlestick chart, we have processed all market data through a footprint chart in the background and interpreted the results.

Flowsmasher works great on minute-based charts, range-based charts, volume-based charts, and tick-based charts.

If you are a day trader, adding Flowsmasher to your trading toolkit will only make you a better trader by following the important parts of order flow.

One-minute charts, five-minute charts, range charts, tick charts, and volume charts are all supported by the Orderflows Flowsmasher. 
Get Flowsmasher now for just $379
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Check Out Flowsmasher On Different Markets!
There is a whole world of markets out there besides equity indices. Some of the best markets for trading order flow exist outside of the equity markets realm.
These charts all have the same settings from the same day. I don't expect you to watch all these different markets, rather I want to show you how powerful the Flowsmasher is. These charts all have the same settings. Different markets have different characteristics, if the signals are this strong on a default level, imagine how powerful they are when you take into account volatility and start adjusting them accordingly.
Order flow trading is a powerful tool that can give traders an edge in the market. However, it can be difficult to read volume footprint charts and identify trading opportunities. Flowsmasher takes the hard work out of order flow analysis, allowing traders to quickly and easily add order flow trading to their current style. By providing clear and concise order flow trading signals, Flowsmasher makes it easy for traders to find and take advantage of order flow based trading opportunities.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Is the Flowsmasher a footprint chart?
A. No. The Flowsmasher is an order flow tools that analyzes all the data
you would normally see on a footprint chart - the delta, imbalances, POC and volume.

Q. Do I need a footprint chart to use the Flowsmasher?
A. No, the Flowsmasher will run on normal bar or candlestick chart as well as a footprint chart.

Q. What platform does the Flowsmasher work on?
A. The Flowsmasher is programmed for NinjaTrader 8.

Q. Do I need the PAID version of NinjaTrader 8 or can I use the FREE version?
A. The Flowsmasher will run on the PAID version as well as the FREE version of NT8.

Q. I use Sierra Chart, is the Flowsmasher available for Sierra Chart?
A. No. At the moment the Flowsmasher is only available for NT8.
Q. I see you have different markets and different time frames, do I need to follow so many different markets?
A. No, I show you different markets and different chart types so you can see for yourself how the Flowsmasher works under different conditions.

Q. Does the Flowsmasher work with Markers Plus from The Indicator Store?
A. Yes it does.

Q. I trade Forex, can I use the Flowsmasher to analyze FX markets?
A. Not really. Forex data is not centralized so analyzing order flow from various sources is not an ideal situation. If you want to trade Forex, I would suggest you trade the FX futures available at the CME where the data is centralized and better to analyze the order flow.

Q. What markets work best with Flowsmasher?
A. Futures and stocks work best with the Flowsmasher.

Q. What time frame is best for Flowsmasher?
A. Order flow in general is best for shorter time frames. If you trade anything from 30-second charts to 5-minutes, Flowsmasher performs well. When you start analyzing order flow over 15 minutes, the order flow that happened earlier is not as relevant.

Q. Is there a sound alert?
A. Yes, there is a default sound alert that you can change to your own custom .wav file.

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