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TOP Gamma BarsTM (ColorBars)

for Identifying High Energy Gamma BarsTM for Options Traders

 

Welcome to the hottest new way to trade weekly options using Gamma BarsTM.  The TOP Gamma BarsTM (ColorBars) indicator is designed to identify high profit potential bullish and bearish Gamma BarsTM, which can represent explosive growth option trading opportunities.

The weekly Gamma BarsTM (ColorBars) strategy can be used to trade options on stocks, ETFs, stock indexes, futures, and options on forex markets.  The Gamma BarsTM options trading strategy is ideal for working professionals who can’t sit in front of trading screens during the work day.

Correctly forecasting weekly bullish or bearish Gamma BarsTM can be extremely profitable when trading weekly options.  The TOP Gamma BarsTM indicator makes it easy for option traders to identify Gamma BarsTM on weekly OHLC price charts.  This has powerful applications for both studying past Gamma BarsTM history and for monitoring current Gamma BarsTM price bar development.

 

Gamma BarsTM – The Hottest New Way to Trade Weekly Options

This write-up is intended to describe the TOP Gamma BarsTM (ColorBars) indicator.  If you are not familiar with the Gamma BarsTM trading strategy, then be sure to visit 3xOptions.com, home of Gamma BarsTM trading, for more information about the hottest new way to trade weekly options using Gamma BarsTM.

The Type 2 Gamma BarTM in the weekly BAC chart above (identified by the green arrow) caused the At the Money (ATM) BAC call options to increase by over 400% in a single week!

Disclaimer: There is a risk in trading options and past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

 

High Energy Gamma BarTM Types

Gamma BarsTM can be bullish or bearish.  Bullish Gamma BarsTM will have labels positioned below the Gamma BarsTM and bearish Gamma BarsTM will have labels positioned above the Gamma BarsTM (reference the BAC chart above to see examples of mostly Bullish Gamma BarsTM).

The different colors of the Gamma BarsTM distinguish the four different types, or magnitudes, of Gamma BarsTM.  The four principal types of Gamma BarsTM include:

Types of Gamma BarsTM (from Weakest to Strongest)

Fractional Gamma Bars (Yellow “B”)

Type 1 Gamma Bars (Blue “B1”)

Type 2 Gamma Bars (Green “B2”)

Type 3 Gamma Bars (Magenta “B3”)

Gamma BarsTM are differentiated by the magnitude of the price move between the open of the weekly price bar and the close of the weekly price bar.  In general, a Fractional Gamma BarTM represents a half of a standard deviation price move within a single price bar, a Type 1 Gamma BarTM represents a one standard deviation price move within a single price bar, a Type 2 Gamma BarTM represents a two standard deviation price move within a single price, and a Type 3 Gamma BarTM represents a three standard deviation within a single price bar.

Fractional Gamma BarsTM represent moderate activity by either buyers or sellers.  In general, Fractional Gamma BarsTM can generate moderately attractive profits for options traders.  However, given that Fractional Gamma BarsTM are the weakest category or type of Gamma BarsTM, they can also experience flat to slightly negative option growth in certain instances.

 

Type 1 Gamma BarTM

Type 1 Gamma BarsTM are generally very profitable and can easily increase the value of a call or put option by 150% or more.  When trading Gamma BarsTM for any market, your primary objective is to correctly forecast Type 1 Gamma BarsTM because they are more common than Type 2 and Type 3 Gamma BarsTM.

 

Type 2 Gamma BarTM

Type 2 Gamma BarsTM, like the one identified in the Goldman Sachs chart above, can 4X or more the value of a call or put option.  You can find Type 2 Gamma BarsTM during strong weekly price swings.  If you correctly forecast a Type 2 Gamma BarTM, then you will most likely experience significant profits with your long options.

 

Type 3 Gamma BarTM

Type 3 Gamma BarsTM, the most profitable type of Gamma BarsTM, can potentially 7X or more the value of an option within a single week!  These are relatively rare Gamma BarsTM, but they do occur.  If you trade Gamma BarsTM for a period of time and if you learn the types of patterns that these Gamma BarsTM can follow, then you may eventually profit from one of these special profit opportunities.

 

Gamma BarsTM Trading Strategies

Simply put, the best way to trade Gamma BarsTM is to seek to identify these high energy weekly price bars from high probability trade setups on weekly or monthly price charts or by relying on probability strategies.  Think in terms of working to find clusters or groups of either bullish or bearish Gamma BarsTM within weekly price swings or moves.

In the weekly Bank of America (BAC) chart above, a bullish Gamma BarTM cluster occurred during a strong upward momentum period.  The four individual types of Gamma BarsTM were contained within this strong momentum period.  Gamma BarsTM clusters like this can be highly profitable.

Disclaimer: There is a risk in trading options and past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

 

Gamma BarsTM Indicator Parameters

We have designed the TOP Gamma BarsTM indicator to be both powerful and easy to use.  We recommend using our default parameter settings.  However, you can modify and customize this indicator as you see fit.  The AnalysisPeriod parameter defines the period for our volatility analysis used to define the different types of Gamma BarsTM.  The GammaH (Fractional Gamma BarTM), Gamma1, Gamma2, and Gamma3 parameters allow traders to turn on and display (True) or turn off and hide (False) the display for each type of Gamma BarTM.  Gamma Color parameters allow users to set the colors for each type of Gamma BarTM.  The BarWidth parameter defines the thickness of Gamma BarTM colorbars and the BarsTxtSpace defines the distance that labels are positioned above or below price bars.

Get the TOP Gamma BarsTM Advantage Today!

Both new traders and professional traders alike can benefit from the power of the TOP Gamma BarsTM indicator for trading weekly options.  The TOP Gamma BarsTM indicator can be used to trade options on stocks, ETFs, futures, and forex.  Now you can identify high energy Gamma BarsTM for options on markets you trade using the TOP Gamma BarsTM indicator.  Get the TOP Gamma BarsTM advantage today by clicking the button below!

TOP Gamma Cluster AnalyticsTM Indicator

for Trading Options with the Gamma BarsTM Strategy

 

 

 

The TOP Gamma Cluster AnalyticsTM indicator is designed to identify the presence of potentially profitable Gamma BarTM Clusters, making it easy for you to find time periods where you can seek to profit from either bullish or bearish Gamma BarTM option trades.

The Gamma Cluster AnalyticsTM indicator can be used to trade options on stocks, ETFs, stock indexes, futures, and options on forex markets.  The Gamma BarsTM options trading strategy is ideal for working professionals who can’t sit in front of trading screens during the work day.

Correctly forecasting weekly bullish or bearish Gamma BarTM Clusters can be extremely profitable when trading weekly options.  The TOP Gamma Cluster AnalyticsTM indicator enables option traders to identify when either bullish or bearish Gamma BarTM Clusters may be developing in any market.  In addition, the TOP Gamma Cluster AnalyticsTM indicator also displays time decay hurdles (two yellow lines) for both bullish and bearish Gamma BarTM Clusters, which allows traders to identify more attractive Gamma BarTM Clusters on a relative basis.

 

Gamma BarsTM – The Hottest New Way to Trade Weekly Options

This write-up is intended to describe the TOP Gamma Cluster AnalyticsTM indicator.  If you are not familiar with the Gamma BarsTM trading strategy, then be sure to visit 3xOptions.com, home of Gamma BarsTM trading, for more information about the hottest new way to trade weekly options using Gamma BarsTM.

The Type 2 Gamma BarTM in the weekly BAC chart above (identified by the green arrow) caused the At the Money (ATM) BAC call options to increase is value over 400% in a single week!

Disclaimer: There is a risk in trading options and past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

 

Displays Potentially Profitable Gamma BarTM Clusters

The Gamma Cluster AnalyticsTM indicator is designed to display periods that are likely to include potentially highly profitable bullish or bearish Gamma BarTM Clusters.

The BAC chart above highlights a period containing a bullish Gamma BarTM Cluster.  Option traders who traded call options on the bullish Gamma BarsTM contained in this highly profitable Gamma BarTM Cluster realized strong profits!

Disclaimer: There is both a potential for profit and a risk of loss when trading options.  Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

In the NVDA chart above, we can see an extended bullish Gamma BarTM Cluster that persisted for approximately 11 months.  Bullish Gamma BarTM traders were highly rewarded during this extended bullish Gamma BarTM Cluster!

 

Gamma Cluster AnalyticsTM Indicator Parameters

We have designed the TOP Gamma Cluster AnalyticsTM indicator to be both powerful and easy to use.  We recommend using our default parameter settings.  However, you can modify and customize this indicator as you see fit.

The SwingPeriod parameter focuses on a target bar count (half cycle period) for a bullish or bearish Gamma BarTM Cluster.  The Decay parameter is designed to represent the drag (long option value decrease for each one week period) that time decay can represent against Gamma BarTM profits.  The AnalysisPeriod parameter defines the period for our volatility analysis used to define the different types of Gamma BarsTM.  The remaining color parameters allow users to set the indicator colors.

Get the TOP Gamma Cluster AnalyticsTM Advantage Today!

Both new traders and professional traders alike can benefit from the power of the TOP Gamma Cluster AnalyticsTM indicator for trading weekly options.  The TOP Gamma Cluster AnalyticsTM indicator can be used to trade options on stocks, ETFs, futures, and forex.  Now you can identify high energy Gamma BarTM Clusters where potentially profitable bullish or bearish Gamma BarsTM are likely to develop.  Get the TOP Gamma Cluster AnalyticsTM advantage today by clicking the button below!

TOP Gamma DisparityTM Indicator

for Trading Options with the Gamma BarsTM Strategy

 

 

 

 

The TOP Gamma DisparityTM indicator is designed to display the relative strength of Gamma BarsTM over time, which allows you to see if more or fewer bullish and bearish Gamma BarsTM are developing in markets you track.

The Gamma DisparityTM indicator can be used to trade options on stocks, ETFs, stock indexes, futures, and options on forex markets.  The Gamma BarsTM options trading strategy is ideal for working professionals who can’t sit in front of trading screens during the work day.

Correctly forecasting weekly bullish or bearish Gamma BarsTM can be extremely profitable when trading weekly options.  The TOP Gamma DisparityTM indicator makes it easy for option traders to determine if bullish or bearish Gamma BarsTM are strengthening or weakening over time.  When this information is combined with an effective cycle indicator, then traders can often identify highly profitable Gamma Bar clusters in the markets.

 

Gamma BarsTM – The Hottest New Way to Trade Weekly Options

This write-up is intended to describe the TOP Gamma DisparityTM indicator.  If you are not familiar with the Gamma BarsTM trading strategy, then be sure to visit TopTradeTools.com, home of Gamma BarsTM trading, for more information about the hottest new way to trade weekly options using Gamma BarsTM.

The Type 2 Gamma BarTM in the weekly BAC chart above (identified by the green arrow) caused the At the Money (ATM) BAC call options to increase by over 400% in a single week!

Disclaimer: There is a risk in trading options and past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

 

Displays Changing Gamma BarTM Strength

The Gamma DisparityTM indicator is designed to display the relative strength of Gamma BarsTM over time, which allows you to see if more or fewer bullish and bearish Gamma BarsTM are likely to develop in a particular market.

In the Citigroup chart above, the white box encloses a period where the Gamma DisparityTM and where the TOP Cycle indicator both strengthened significantly.  Not surprisingly, this period contained a number of highly profitable bullish Gamma BarsTM.

There a many different setups and indicators that can be used with TOP Gamma DisparityTM to seek to identify both attractive and unattractive periods where Gamma BarsTM traders may want to engage in trading.

 

Gamma DisparityTM Indicator Parameters

We have designed the TOP Gamma DisparityTM indicator to be both powerful and easy to use.  We recommend using our default parameter settings.  However, you can modify and customize this indicator as you see fit.  The SwingPeriod parameter focuses on a target bar count (half cycle period) for either an average upcycle or down cycle.  The AnalysisPeriod parameter defines the period for our volatility analysis used to define the different types of Gamma BarsTM.  AvgLength is a parameter that defines a smoothing formula for the indicator.

The GammaH (Fractional Gamma BarTM), Gamma1, Gamma2, and Gamma3 parameters allow traders to turn on and display (True) or turn off and hide (False) the display for each type of Gamma BarTM.  Gamma Color parameters allow users to set the indicator colors.

Get the TOP Gamma DisparityTM Advantage Today!

Both new traders and professional traders alike can benefit from the power of the TOP Gamma DisparityTM indicator for trading weekly options.  The TOP Gamma DisparityTM indicator can be used to trade options on stocks, ETFs, futures, and forex.  Now you can identify the changing strength of Gamma BarsTM over time to identify strong period with good trading opportunities along with periods that should not be traded.  Get the TOP Gamma DisparityTM advantage today by clicking the button below!

TOP Gamma FrequencyTM Indicator

for Trading Options with the Gamma BarsTM Strategy

 

 

 

 

 

The TOP Gamma FrequencyTM indicator is designed to display the ratio of bullish (positive) Gamma BarsTM to Gamma SpikesTM and bearish (negative) Gamma BarsTM to Gamma SpikesTM, making it easy for you to see when profit potential can be maximized by exiting call or put option trades with either Gamma BarTM exits or Gamma SpikeTM exits during certain periods of time.

The Gamma FrequencyTM indicator can be used to trade options on stocks, ETFs, stock indexes, futures, and options on forex markets.  The Gamma BarsTM options trading strategy is ideal for working professionals who can’t sit in front of trading screens during the work day.

Correctly forecasting weekly bullish or bearish Gamma BarsTM can be extremely profitable when trading weekly options.  The TOP Gamma FrequencyTM indicator makes it easy for option traders to identify when it might be more advantageous to exit at Friday Gamma BarTM exits or exit midweek at Gamma SpikesTM profit targets.

 

Gamma BarsTM – The Hottest New Way to Trade Weekly Options

This write-up is intended to describe the TOP Gamma FrequencyTM indicator.  If you are not familiar with the Gamma BarsTM trading strategy, then be sure to visit TopTradeTools.com, home of Gamma BarsTM trading, for more information about the hottest new way to trade weekly options using Gamma BarsTM.

The Type 2 Gamma BarTM in the weekly BAC chart above (identified by the green arrow) caused the At the Money (ATM) BAC call options to increase by over 400% in a single week!

Disclaimer: There is a risk in trading options and past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

 

Displays Powerful Gamma BarsTM to Gamma SpikesTM Ratio

The Gamma FrequencyTM indicator is designed to display powerful Gamma BarsTM and Gamma SpikesTM information that communicates the ratio between Gamma BarsTM to Gamma SpikesTM, which can be used to determine Gamma trade exit preferences.

The BAC chart above highlights a period where Gamma BarsTM are producing strong exit profits compared to Gamma SpikesTM, making both exit logics potentially attractive for call option positions.  You can read this by observing the green histogram bars (bullish Gamma BarTM Strength) relative to the blue histogram bars (bullish Gamma SpikeTM strength).

In the IWM chart above, we can see that for bearish Gamma put option positions, Gamma SpikesTM represented a more attractive exit logic when compared to Gamma BarsTM as indicated by the large magenta histogram bars (bearish Gamma SpikeTM strength) relative to the smaller red histogram bars (bearish Gamma BarTM Strength).  Reading the Gamma Frequency indicator will take a bit of practice, but it can be very helpful in selecting an exit logic for Gamma option trades.

 

Gamma FrequencyTM Indicator Parameters

We have designed the TOP Gamma FrequencyTM indicator to be both powerful and easy to use.  We recommend using our default parameter settings.  However, you can modify and customize this indicator as you see fit.  The SwingPeriod parameter focuses on a target bar count (half cycle period) for either an average upcycle or down cycle.  The AnalysisPeriod parameter defines the period for our volatility analysis used to define the different types of Gamma BarsTM.  The GammaH (Fractional Gamma BarTM), Gamma1, Gamma2, and Gamma3 parameters allow traders to turn on and display (True) or turn off and hide (False) the display for each type of Gamma BarTM.  Gamma Color parameters allow users to set the indicator colors.

Get the TOP Gamma FrequencyTM Advantage Today!

Both new traders and professional traders alike can benefit from the power of the TOP Gamma FrequencyTM indicator for trading weekly options.  The TOP Gamma FrequencyTM indicator can be used to trade options on stocks, ETFs, futures, and forex.  Now you can identify high energy Gamma BarsTM relative to Gamma SpikesTM in an indicator subplot using the TOP Gamma FrequencyTM indicator, which can help you select your optimal Gamma option exit logic.  Get the TOP Gamma FrequencyTM advantage today by clicking the button below!

TOP Gamma HistogramTM Indicator

for Trading Options with the Gamma BarsTM Strategy

 

 

 

 

 

The TOP Gamma HistogramTM indicator is designed to display when bullish and bearish Gamma BarsTM occur within an indicator sub chart on your trading screen, making it easy for you to see when high profit potential Gamma BarsTM appear in any market you trade.

The Gamma HistogramTM indicator can be used to trade options on stocks, ETFs, stock indexes, futures, and options on forex markets.  The Gamma BarsTM options trading strategy is ideal for working professionals who can’t sit in front of trading screens during the work day.

Correctly forecasting weekly bullish or bearish Gamma BarsTM can be extremely profitable when trading weekly options.  The TOP Gamma HistogramTM indicator makes it easy for option traders to identify when Gamma BarsTM occur on any weekly OHLC price charts.  This has powerful applications for studying when historical Gamma BarsTM have occurred and when current Gamma BarsTM appear on your chart.

 

Gamma BarsTM – The Hottest New Way to Trade Weekly Options

This write-up is intended to describe the TOP Gamma HistogramTM indicator.  If you are not familiar with the Gamma BarsTM trading strategy, then be sure to visit TopTradeTools.com, home of Gamma BarsTM trading, for more information about the hottest new way to trade weekly options using Gamma BarsTM.

The Type 2 Gamma BarTM in the weekly BAC chart above (identified by the green arrow) caused the At the Money (ATM) BAC call options to increase by over 400% in a single week!

Disclaimer: There is a risk in trading options and past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

 

High Energy Gamma BarTM Types

In order to help you use the Gamma HistogramTM indicator more effectively, we included a brief description of the types of Gamma BarsTM below.  Gamma BarsTM can be bullish or bearish.  Bullish Gamma BarsTM will have labels positioned below the Gamma BarsTM and bearish Gamma BarsTM will have labels positioned above the Gamma BarsTM (reference the BAC chart above to see examples of mostly Bullish Gamma BarsTM).

The different colors of the Gamma BarsTM distinguish the four different types, or magnitudes, of Gamma BarsTM.  The four principal types of Gamma BarsTM include:

Types of Gamma BarsTM (from Weakest to Strongest)

Fractional Gamma Bars (Yellow “B”)

Type 1 Gamma Bars (Blue “B1”)

Type 2 Gamma Bars (Green “B2”)

Type 3 Gamma Bars (Magenta “B3”)

Gamma BarsTM are differentiated by the magnitude of the price move between the open of the weekly price bar and the close of the weekly price bar.  In general, a Fractional Gamma BarTM represents a half of a standard deviation price move within a single price bar, a Type 1 Gamma BarTM represents a one standard deviation price move within a single price bar, a Type 2 Gamma BarTM represents a two standard deviation price move within a single price, and a Type 3 Gamma BarTM represents a three standard deviation within a single price bar.

 

Fractional Gamma BarTM

Fractional Gamma BarsTM represent moderate activity by either buyers or sellers.  In general, Fractional Gamma BarsTM can generate moderately attractive profits for options traders.  However, given that Fractional Gamma BarsTM are the weakest category or type of Gamma BarsTM, they can also experience flat to slightly negative option growth in certain instances.

 

Type 1 Gamma BarTM

Type 1 Gamma BarsTM are generally very profitable and can easily increase the value of a call or put option by 150% or more.  When trading Gamma BarsTM for any market, your primary objective is to correctly forecast Type 1 Gamma BarsTM because they are more common than Type 2 and Type 3 Gamma BarsTM.

 

Type 2 Gamma BarTM

Type 2 Gamma BarsTM, like the one identified in the Goldman Sachs chart above, can 4X or more the value of a call or put option.  You can find Type 2 Gamma BarsTM during strong weekly price swings.  If you correctly forecast a Type 2 Gamma BarTM, then you will most likely experience significant profits with your long options.

 

Type 3 Gamma BarTM

Type 3 Gamma BarsTM, the most profitable type of Gamma BarsTM, can potentially 7X or more the value of an option within a single week!  These are relatively rare Gamma BarsTM, but they do occur.  If you trade Gamma BarsTM for a period of time and if you learn the types of patterns that these Gamma BarsTM can follow, then you may eventually profit from one of these special profit opportunities.

The TOP Gamma HistogramTM indicator makes it easy for you to identify both past and current Gamma BarsTM in any market you trade.

 

Gamma HistogramTM Indicator Parameters

We have designed the TOP Gamma HistogramTM indicator to be both powerful and easy to use.  We recommend using our default parameter settings.  However, you can modify and customize this indicator as you see fit.  The AnalysisPeriod parameter defines the period for our volatility analysis used to define the different types of Gamma BarsTM.  The GammaH (Fractional Gamma BarTM), Gamma1, Gamma2, and Gamma3 parameters allow traders to turn on and display (True) or turn off and hide (False) the display for each type of Gamma BarTM.  Gamma Color parameters allow users to set the colors for each Gamma HistogramTM or the axis line.

Get the TOP Gamma HistogramTM Advantage Today!

Both new traders and professional traders alike can benefit from the power of the TOP Gamma HistogramTM indicator for trading weekly options.  The TOP Gamma HistogramTM indicator can be used to trade options on stocks, ETFs, futures, and forex.  Now you can identify high energy Gamma BarsTM in an indicator subplot using the TOP Gamma HistogramTM indicator.  Get the TOP Gamma HistogramTM advantage today by clicking the button below!

 

TOP Gamma LevelsTM Indicator

for Trading Options with the Gamma BarsTM Strategy

 

 

 

 

 

 

The TOP Gamma LevelsTM indicator is designed to identify profit target price levels for bullish and bearish Gamma BarsTM and Gamma SpikesTM which can be used by traders to exit profitable option trades.

The TOP Gamma LevelsTM indicator can be used to trade options on stocks, ETFs, stock indexes, futures, and options on forex markets.  The Gamma BarsTM options trading strategy is ideal for working professionals who can’t sit in front of trading screens during the work day.

Correctly forecasting weekly bullish or bearish Gamma BarsTM can be extremely profitable when trading weekly options.  The TOP Gamma LevelsTM indicator makes it easy for option traders to identify Gamma BarTM target price levels on weekly OHLC price charts.  This has powerful applications for studying current Gamma BarsTM price bar development and for establishing profit target exits based on Gamma SpikeTM levels.

 

Gamma BarsTM – The Hottest New Way to Trade Weekly Options

This write-up is intended to describe the TOP Gamma LevelsTM indicator.  If you are not familiar with the Gamma BarsTM trading strategy, then be sure to visit TopTradeTools.com, home of Gamma BarsTM trading, for more information about the hottest new way to trade weekly options using Gamma BarsTM.

The Type 2 Gamma BarTM in the weekly BAC chart above (identified by the green arrow) caused the At the Money (ATM) BAC call options to increase by over 400% in a single week!

Disclaimer: There is a risk in trading options and past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

 

High Energy Gamma BarTM Types

In order to help you use the Gamma LevelsTM indicator more effectively, we included a brief description of the types of Gamma BarsTM below.  Gamma BarsTM can be bullish or bearish.  Bullish Gamma BarsTM will have labels positioned below the Gamma BarsTM and bearish Gamma BarsTM will have labels positioned above the Gamma BarsTM (reference the BAC chart above to see examples of mostly Bullish Gamma BarsTM).

The different colors of the Gamma BarsTM distinguish the four different types, or magnitudes, of Gamma BarsTM.  The four principal types of Gamma BarsTM include:

Types of Gamma BarsTM (from Weakest to Strongest)

Fractional Gamma Bars (Yellow “B”)

Type 1 Gamma Bars (Blue “B1”)

Type 2 Gamma Bars (Green “B2”)

Type 3 Gamma Bars (Magenta “B3”)

Gamma BarsTM are differentiated by the magnitude of the price move between the open of the weekly price bar and the close of the weekly price bar.  In general, a Fractional Gamma BarTM represents a half of a standard deviation price move within a single price bar, a Type 1 Gamma BarTM represents a one standard deviation price move within a single price bar, a Type 2 Gamma BarTM represents a two standard deviation price move within a single price, and a Type 3 Gamma BarTM represents a three standard deviation within a single price bar.

 

Fractional Gamma BarTM

Fractional Gamma BarsTM represent moderate activity by either buyers or sellers.  In general, Fractional Gamma BarsTM can generate moderately attractive profits for options traders.  However, given that Fractional Gamma BarsTM are the weakest category or type of Gamma BarsTM, they can also experience flat to slightly negative option growth in certain instances.

 

Type 1 Gamma BarTM

Type 1 Gamma BarsTM are generally very profitable and can easily increase the value of a call or put option by 150% or more.  When trading Gamma BarsTM for any market, your primary objective is to correctly forecast Type 1 Gamma BarsTM because they are more common than Type 2 and Type 3 Gamma BarsTM.

 

Type 2 Gamma BarTM

Type 2 Gamma BarsTM, like the one identified in the Goldman Sachs chart above, can 4X or more the value of a call or put option.  You can find Type 2 Gamma BarsTM during strong weekly price swings.  If you correctly forecast a Type 2 Gamma BarTM, then you will most likely experience significant profits with your long options.

 

Type 3 Gamma BarTM

Type 3 Gamma BarsTM, the most profitable type of Gamma BarsTM, can potentially 7X or more the value of an option within a single week!  These are relatively rare Gamma BarsTM, but they do occur.  If you trade Gamma BarsTM for a period of time and if you learn the types of patterns that these Gamma BarsTM can follow, then you may eventually profit from one of these special profit opportunities.

The Gamma LevelsTM indicator makes it easy for you to see how far a price bar needs to move to qualify for each type of Gamma BarTM.  The Gamma LevelsTM indicator also displays Gamma SpikesTM profit target levels clearly on your price chart.

 

Gamma LevelsTM Indicator Parameters

We have designed the TOP Gamma LevelsTM indicator to be both powerful and easy to use.  We recommend using our default parameter settings.  However, you can modify and customize this indicator as you see fit.  The AnalysisPeriod parameter defines the period for our volatility analysis used to define the different types of Gamma BarsTM.  The GammaH (Fractional Gamma BarTM), Gamma1, Gamma2, and Gamma3 parameters allow traders to turn on and display (True) or turn off and hide (False) the display for each type of Gamma BarTM.  Gamma Color parameters allow users to set the colors for each Gamma LevelsTM profit target line.  The LineWidth parameter defines the thickness of Gamma LevelsTM lines and the SigDigits defines the number of digits on Gamma LevelsTM line labels.

Get the TOP Gamma LevelsTM Advantage Today!

Both new traders and professional traders alike can benefit from the power of the TOP Gamma LevelsTM indicator for trading weekly options.  The TOP Gamma LevelsTM indicator can be used to trade options on stocks, ETFs, futures, and forex.  Now you can identify high energy Gamma BarTM profit target levels using the TOP Gamma LevelsTM indicator.  Get the TOP Gamma LevelsTM advantage today by clicking the button below!

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