Supply, Demand and Equilibrium Zones, Interactive by DGT

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Supply, Demand and Equilibrium Zones, Interactive

The law of supply and demand is a theory that explains the interaction between the sellers of an asset and the buyers for that asset. The theory defines the relationship between the price of a given asset and the willingness of traders to either buy or sell it. Generally, as price increases, traders are willing to supply more and demand less and vice versa when the price falls.
Simply said, the higher the price, the lower the quantity demanded, and from the seller's perspective, the higher the price, the higher the quantity supplied

Equilibrium zones are the price levels where both selling and buying trading activity is high, both sellers and buyres are interested at that price levels. More correctly, there is a great deal of activity on both the buy and sell side and the market stays at that price level for a great deal of time. Supply and demand are balanced or in equilibrium

Supply and Demand Shifts may occur when institutional investors step in, a change in both price and quantity demanded from one point to another

This experimental study attempts to presend Supply, Demand and Equilibrium Zones by measuring traded volume at all price levels on the market over a specified time period. Then the result is plotted as horizontal zones on the finacial isntrumnet's chart that highlights supply, demand and equilibrium zones at specific price levels

It is important for supply, demand and equilibrium zones to understand that time is always a dimension on charts. The quantity demanded or supplied, found along the horizontal axis, is always measured in traded volume of the asset over a given time interval. Longer or shorter time intervals can influence the levels of supply, demand and equilibrium zones

The study is made interactive, which requires the users to select two points on the chart, by simply clicking on the chart. In case the user would like to view different range then just dragging the vertical lines will be enough

By increasing/decreasing values for supply and demand zones or equilibrium zones, you will either get the zones enlarged or detect supply and demand shifts or other equilibrium zones

It is adviced to use this study in conjuction with a Volume Profile study, such as Volume-Profile-and-Volume-Indicator, Volume-Profile-Custom-Range, Anchored-Volume-Profile, and Price-Action-Support-Resistance , where volume profiles presents trading activities at specific price levels and Supply and Demand Zones can be treated as Value Area (they are not exact same but similar) for Volume Profiles

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Release Notes:
major update

* added volume profile, for further details regarding volume profiles please refer to Volume-Profile-and-Volume-Indicator, Volume-Profile-Custom-Range (with light version of supply & demand), Anchored-Volume-Profile, and Price-Action-Support-Resistance (with light version of supply & demand)
Release Notes:
major update - added Value Area (VA) option

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