About VEMA Trader
We are a trading platform designed to save time, reduce trading stress and encourage good habits so you can focus on what really matters. We aim to revolutionise the industry by providing traders with the ability to analyse charts, create trade setups, journal and analyse data – all in one platform.
Our mission is to create innovative and intuitive trading tools that allow everyone to visualise, execute, monitor and analyse their trading performance.
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VEMA trigger entries currently exclusively supports Market orders on Entry. We also offer a “Bounce“ strategy which allows the trader to specify a maximum or minimum price to buy or sell at similar to a limit order, and a Break and Retest which acts like an advanced Stop Limit order, but when conditions are met both strategies will execute as a market order. Take Profits offer both Limit and Market orders, and Stop Losses are exclusively Stop Market orders for safety.
VEMA Trader also supports pending orders such as limit and stop entries for Forex trading.
VEMA currently only supports futures based trading.
VEMA operates using TradingView’s software development kit (SDK), which does not give the ability to allow users access to custom indicators or pine editor to add their own scripts. That said, we have added some custom indicators such as the Market Maker Session Times – New York Fixed indicator, so we know it is possible to implement them in VEMA Trader. Contact us directly on email@example.com if you would like to discuss this further.
VEMA operates using TradingView’s software development kit (SDK), which does not give the ability to allow users to login to their own TradingView account within VEMA.
VEMA Trader has inbuilt methods to prevent you from getting liquidated. The following methods are used to clearly demonstrate when liquidation is at a higher chance of occurring:
Liquidation price displayed after trade creation
Liquidation level on charts
Email warnings for low margin level (Forex only)
Buffer the position to reduce the likelihood of liquidation (or SL being too close to liqudiation)
If you wish to learn more about these methods, click here.
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