What are ICT KillZones:
All ICT students know that certain moments of the day are more indicated to search for good frameworks. These moments are indicated like "Kill Zones".
The best kill zones to search for profittable tradings are during the London session and during the New York session.
How This Indicator Can Help You:
With this indicator you'll see plotted in the charts the London Kill Zone and the New York Kill Zone, you'll see exactly when they start and finish, so you'll be able to understand better the price action and recognize if there are ICT framework to trade. You'll also will see when the New York lunch hour happen (this moment is not favorable for searching frameworks) and you'll see also 2 very important moments of the day, the 8.30 New York Time and the 9.30 New York Time, infact in these 2 particular moments it is most likely that some very profittable framework will appear as there are alway important economic news released in these 2 hours.
Also you'll see the New York Midnight Open, that always forms a very important level for the day trading, you could see the New York Midnight open as a real opening for markets.
Why This Indicator:
I looked for indicators working with these concepts and I could not find one that offered the kill zones sections in the way are showed in my indicator, also they just had the kill zones without showing the 8.30 and 9.30 hours and without the Ney York midnight opening, and these are very important time frames for who works with ICT concepts.
About The Indicator:
In this indicator you'll have displayed:
- The regular trading sessions displayed, that is: Asian Session, London Session, New York Session.
- The London Kill Zone
- The New York Kill Zone
- The New York Midnight Open
- The New York Lunch Hour
- The 8:30 News Release Hour
- The 9:30 News Release Hour
- I've added New York 13:30 News Opening
- I've shortened "New York" with "NY" on charts to have a better readability
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