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The Gallery is a cutting-edge tool covering key global markets of The Seiden Strategies (TSS) and is designed to help identify where banks and financial institutions are conducting their buying and selling. As individual traders and investors, these same areas offer higher probability and lower risk opportunities. By identifying the footprints left behind by the institutions, the levels found in The Gallery should provide an edge to members’ trading and investing. (Before using The Gallery information, members are encouraged to review the disclosures at the end of this document)
The Gallery, updated daily, except for major holidays when global markets are not operating, provides Supply and Demand levels for short-term and long-term opportunities in Stocks, ETFs, Futures, Bonds, and Forex. Members should evaluate these areas at their discretion to implement their own investment and trading objectives.
For the Options investor, the levels provided by The Gallery can also serve as an edge for a variety of options strategies, from simple single leg option trades to more complex credit and debit spreads.
The Gallery covers 15 markets and The Gallery Plus is an expanded list and covers over 50 markets of Stocks, ETFs, Futures, and Forex.
Short Term – These are levels taken from price charts generally at the 60 min time frame and lower (15 min, 5 min and 2 min). Even for levels placed in the short-term field of The Gallery, this does not mean those levels will be touched within an hour or less. The TSS specialists responsible for those assets are applying several factors before the level is presented to members. Should markets move away from a short-term level, that area may remain valid for many periods longer than the chart time.
Mid-Long Term – These are levels taken from the 60 min charts and higher (180 min, 240, Daily or Weekly). Because a level was taken from a daily chart, that level could be touched the same day it was posted. The time frame of the chart has no bearing on when a level might be touched. Mid-Long-Term levels may be larger at times than those found in the Short Term column, and these areas may also envelop a nearby Short Term level.
Members should note it is possible for levels in the Mid-Long-Term column to be closer to current price than the Short-Term level in the adjacent column. This will be due to the specific picture and quality of each level that is being shown by the charts. For example, a Short-Term supply level on a 15 min chart could be further away from current price than a 240-minute supply level that is being offered as the Mid-Long-Term level. At TSS the focus is on zone quality and location which may result in a higher time frame level being closer to current price.
Supply 1 – This is the closest area identified by TSS that is above current price.
Supply 2 – A level above Supply 1 and thus further away from current price.
Price – This field in the middle of the spreadsheet and represents current price of the asset. Prices will either move up towards Supply 1 and Supply 2; or move down towards the levels indicated in Demand 1 or Demand 2.
Demand 1 – This is the closest area identified by TSS that is below current price.
Demand 2 – A quality area below Demand 1, and thus further away from current price.
Asset Tabs – Across the top of the spreadsheet are the assets covered by The Gallery and are grouped by asset class. The first two tabs, Stocks and ETFs are traded through the stock markets. Varies Options Strategies, can be used on these levels as well. The next group of assets are traded in the Futures markets and the final tab is dedicated to Forex (foreign exchange) markets.
Retested – This is a level where prices have returned at least once before moving in the anticipated direction. Each time price returns to a level, the imbalance between buyers and sellers lessens and the initial imbalance identified by the chart is also reduced.
Overnight – Level was created outside of the NY trading session, where volumes can be lower. Lower trading volume can impact the level’s probability once the NY session opens.
Levels marked in yellow are new, while levels in white were previously posted in The Gallery.
To alert members of changes where levels are removed and a replacement is not yet identified by the charts, a (#) will be substituted for the previous number. The Supply or Demand level will then be left blank until the charts suggest a new entry.
* retested level
Yellow numbers = updated/new level
Blank = no level
Look for updates in the different assets between- 7:30-9:30 Am (EST)
Using the Gallery
To determine if a level is appropriate, members need to consider their individual account size and risk tolerance, TSS recommends members apply The Gallery levels to their own charting/broker platform. You should include an appropriate entry point, a protective stop and a reasonable target that achieves your individual objectives.
Members should note that a level(s) in The Gallery are suggested areas to consider before entering a trade or investment. Members should follow their individual trading and investing plans, including appropriate risk management techniques to limit losses.
Along with The Gallery, any opinions, news, research, analyses, prices, entry points, stop losses or targets or other information contained on this website is provided as general market commentary and does not constitute investment advice. TSS will not accept liability for any loss or damage including, without limitation, to any loss of profit which may arise directly or indirectly from use of or reliance on such information.
*Note on Futures and Forex: When prices come within 3 ticks or pips to our defined entry level, we consider the trade/order as filled. The zone is considered valid as a retested zone on the next update with a * next to the zone. For Stocks we use a $.03 rule, meaning prices have come within $.03 of our defined entry point.