The screenshot below shows a fully-loaded workspace, but you can configure the widgets to your liking. The app shows:
  • Fundamentals on the left (news calendar, forex news strength heatmap and news headlines)
  • Momentum widgets in the middle (currency momenetum line graph, pie chart and tabular strength)
  • Support/Resistance candle chart widget on the right

How to use
  1. Note which currency pairs are likely to move for the week using the Forex News Strength Heatmap widget (bottom-left)
  2. Use an MT4 Terminal that provides a Futures feed
  3. Configure the currency strength momentum line graph to show Futures price since the day open
  4. Draw SR lines around the Asian session
  5. Open the Strength widgets (pie-chart and table) to see which Forex pairs are moving the most
  6. Set the Web Links widget to fxstreet as they provide frequent and concise forex news alerts
  7. Use the right-hand chart to analyse supply/demand to make a trading decision
  8. Open the news alarm widget and market radio and you're good to go
You now have a mini-version of a Bloomberg terminal.

Currency Momentum / Strength Graphs
This is one of the most powerful tools within the app. If you are using an MT4 that has futures feeds, then you only need to see a few lines to know straight away which Forex currency pairs are moving.

The line graph (left) shows only seven lines: ADSEP13 = AUD futures, BPSEP13 = GBP futures, CDSEP13 = CAD futures, ECSEP13 = EURO futures, JYSEP13 = YEN futures, SFSEP13 = CHF futures and finally the USDIX = the Dollar Index. With these seven currencies, you can watch the whole Forex market without having to disseminate each individual pair!

You can double-click the graph to insert support / resistance lines; the graph shows these SR lines drawn around the Asian session to easily see which lines break-out of this Asian hilo range first. The graph shows the red line (USDIX) was the strongest and the purple line (SFSEP13) was the weakest, so you would have been looking for intraday buys on USDCHF.

The graph below shows a profile for the NASDAQ, Dow Jones, SP500 and Gold. It's configured with two momentum charts side-by-side and the left chart is set at the month open and the right shows price momentum since the year open.

You'll notice two things 1) all three markets move in exact the pip, whilst Gold does the opposite and 2) the left chart (month open) shows an interesting inflection where Gold started to cross upwards through the indices lines. As Gold punched north, the Dow Jones (green line) was the first to lose its momentum and the other markets soon followed. However, the downside of the markets was not as pronounced as Gold's move up!

Now look at the right-hand chart, for the last 169 days since the year open, the Dow has always been the highest and in the last few days, it's now crossed its sister markets. The divergence between Gold and the markets is now closing but from the right-hand year open chart, the disparity between between the markets and Gold has been huge. Will Gold manage to close this gap and close positive on the year open?

Support / Resistance Chart
The Support & Resistance charts show where momentum began and has remained intact across all timeframes. If there's a green box on the hourly for example and 20 hours later an hourly candles closes below this green box, then the box is removed.

This is another important tool because the boxes are calculated for all candles and all timeframes to build a picture of where support and resistance originates. If you see boxes overlap, then that area becomes a more important price point.

Below shows the AUDUSD as it's hit the bottom of a monthly support box in the past few weeks. The idea is to scan the charts and find where price is hitting the top or bottom of these higher timeframe SR boxes (D1, W1 and MN1) for the first time. The chart below shows a good example to start building low-risk buys on AUDUSD by dropping down to the M5 timeframe and buying bullish candles with very small stops.

Conversely, CADCHF shows a higher timeframe (weekly) break of support. In the words of Sam Seiden, each time price chops away at support or resistance, the tree becomes weaker. On CADCHF, this happened last week with a big red candle, as support was tested and tested until it finally broke. Price has now hit the bottom of a weekly support from where momentum began two years ago!

Currency Momentum Strength
The screenshot below shows the two currency strength widgets: pie-chart and tabular. Both widgets calculate price momentum by comparing the current bid price against the previous candle close for the timeframe you choose. The pie-chart is handy to visualise the currency strength of the momentum and an ideal trade is when you have two pie-sectors much larger than any other sectors. The tabular widget shows the same data but in a different form, so you can see a sorted list of currency strengths and its respective heat-map.