Sensitivity and Settings

TRND PRO has some of the market's most adaptive tools and indicators. TRND's goal is to automate your market analysis as much as possible. This means you can set your Settings and Sensitivity once and use the same optimizations for all markets and trades you take.


You can adjust the Sensitivity of the algorithm, which calculates the Confirmation Signals.
  • The lower the Sensitivity, the more signals the algorithm will pick up.
    • Lower Sensitivity means you may see more "weak" signals.
    • The lower the Sensitivity, the earlier the algorithm will calculate entries and exits. This can be good if you are the type of trader who does not hold trades for very long. But be careful not to get stuck in weak confirming signals! You can use other indicators to help identify strong signals.
  • The higher the Sensitivity number, the fewer signals the algorithm will pick up.
    • Higher Sensitivity means you may see more "strong" signals.
    • The higher the Sensitivity, the longer the algorithm will try and hold you in trades. This can be good, or it can cause late exits. Overall the algorithm is trying only to catch and hold strong trades and cut out any noise.
We recommend trading on timeframes higher than 5 min as lower timeframes below 5 min can have irrational volatility. Unless you are an experienced trader that has practiced on these lower timeframes, we do not recommend it! Practice in a demo or paper account if you are interested.
Recommended Sensitivity per timeframe:
4HR - 1 Month
We always recommend testing and practicing with these Settings and then using practicing other settings that may make confirmations clearer to you. Never use real money until you have proven profitable and are confident with the indicators and strategies.
CHECK OUT AI MODE if you don't want to change your Sensitivity


Choose the Direction of the market you want to see signals for. Enabling BUY will show you signals that favor Bullish Trends. Enabling SELL will indicate signals that favor Bearish Trends.
Use trend/direction indicators to help you identify trends. Try EQ Cloud, Volatility Support and Resistance, and Tunnel Vision to help identify the overall trend.
After identifying your trend, set your direction to the market trend!