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Trading heatmaps for forex, stocks and others (link compilation)

Stocks

  1. Singapore SGX market heatmap by Investzinc.com
  2. Singapore stocks heatmap by Dzhintl.com
  3. Malaysia stocks heatmap by Dzhintl.com
  4. China Shanghai Composite heatmap by 4-traders.com
  5. Hong Kong Hang Seng (HSX) heatmap by 4-traders.com
  6. S&P500 and S&P500 sectors heatmap by Sectorspdr.com

 

Others/mixed

  1. Indices, commmodities and forex futures heatmap by Finviz.com
  2. Futures market map by Barchart.com
  3. Forex market map by Barchart.com
  4. UK100 heatmap by Thisismoney.com
  5. UK250 heatmap by Thisismoney.com
  6. UK sectors heatmap by Thisismoney.com
  7. UK indices heatmap by Thisismoney.com
  8. Currency strength heatmap by Oanda.com
  9. Forex heat-map by FXstreet.com

 

How to use heatmaps, how to select based on relative performance

Heatmaps offer a visual way to relative strength, relative performance of equities/markets. Choosing equities/markets to trade based on relative strength and relative performance is a superior way of picking the right trade. Some explanations, examples are available below.

  1. How to use a SectorSPDR heatmap to analyse performance of S&P500 component sectors, sector ETFs and component stocks for stock and sector picking.
  2. How to use S&P500 sector tracker heatmap as a screening tool.
  3. How to read relative strength, pick a winning forex trade by building your own overlay or use a off-the-shelf solution from Finviz.com or Barchart.com.

 

Director, TerraSeeds Market Technician Pte Ltd. Trader, investor. @sohtionghum was picked ‘Top 70 Forex Twitter in 2015’. Operates multiple strategies.

“Dear reader, I do not have a financial license to give advice. I do not know you the reader. Your financial objective and risk tolerance may be different from mine. I am not responsible for any consequence of your action.

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