The Order Block Strength feature in Version 2.1 provides a calculation that makes it easier to understand the strength of Order Blocks, aiding in more effective trading decisions. In the example below you will see an example on how to use the strength meter.
The strength of an order block is represented by a percentage value – the lower the percentage, the weaker the order block. In the provided example, we see two bearish order blocks. The first one displays a strength of 48.3%, while the second shows 59.3%. Interestingly, the first block, which is closer and exhibits less volume, is the one that gets liquidated. This emphasizes the correlation between lower strength percentages and the probability of liquidation