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Equal high and lows guide

July 29, 2023

Equal Highs and Lows

The term 'equal highs and lows' is self-explanatory. It refers to a clearly defined support or resistance boundary that traders anticipate will be respected. However, it often happens that this expectation is disrupted, and the level is eventually breached. In this example below you will see the SMC Indicator plot out EQH followed up by a stop hunt which is a sign of liquidity grab. The EQH served as a liquidity grab.

How to enable the Equal high and low  feature?

Step 1: head over to the SMC Settings

To enable the equal high and low feature simply head over to the indicator settings.

Step 2: Enable the Equal high and low Liquidity feature

When you are inside the SMC settings - locate the Equal high and low liquidity section, make sure to check the box.

What does remove mitigated mean?

Mitigation means that price already took out the liquidity. When you have "Remove Mitigated" enabled you won't see any eqh/eql that are already been induced. When you disable the feature it will show historical eqh/eql liquidity levels.

What does the Threshold feature do?

This feature serves as a filter which looks how equal the highs ahd lows are. Lower the threshold and the equal highs and lows will be more strict.

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