Infinity Futures has released the Simpler Trading Darvas Box Indicator on the Infinity ATChartsT
CHICAGO, Illinois – Infinity Futures has released the Simpler Trading (ST) Darvas Box Indicator on the Infinity ATChartsTM technical analysis platform.
By: Infinity Futures
Contact: Jim Cagnina
Infinity Futures has released the Simpler Trading (ST) Darvas Box Indicator on the Infinity ATChartsTM technical analysis platform.
The ST Darvas Box indicator is a proprietary indicator developed by John Carter and Raghee Horner of Simpler Trading. Originally developed by Nicholas Darvas in the 1950s to target market highs using volume as a key indicator, the ST Darvas Box represents a refined version of the original, designed specifically for the futures markets.
Jim Cagnina, Senior Executive Vice President of Infinity Futures says it's a great addition to the suite of indicators available on Infinity ATChartsTM. "Simpler Trading is continually pushing the horizon of technical analysis".
Infinity Futures' customers have access to this indicator, for free, using the Infinity ATChartsTM. Real-Time Infinity ATChartsTM can be accessed for free by anyone at: https://www.infinityfutures.com/
The project is a result of a joint effort by Infinity Futures, Simpler Trading and Transact Futures. The Transact Futures technology department was instrumental in incorporating the study into the web-based charting software known as Infinity ATChartsTM. "We are continually adding quality technical analysis tools to our web based charting platform for our customers." Jim said.
Infinity Futures and Simpler Trading will continue to offer upfront value added technical analysis tools for futures traders. Futures markets like the electronic CME Group markets are growing their customer bases resulting in the need for quality trading platforms. The evolution of these key futures markets are empowering traders around the world.
Trading Futures and Options on Futures, involves substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for all investors. Past Performance is not indicative of future results.
Contact: Jim Cagnina