Institutional Liquidity Zones
(Institutional Liquidity Zones) is an indicator that shows the largest volumes of orders according to the graph and periodicity shown.
Financial entities and market makers execute their greatest liquidity in these zones to ensure the operability of their investments.
The cyan lines show the areas where there are blocks of orders or also known as POC (greater number of buys and sells in the same place), it is usually like a quote magnet where there are levels of a lot of negotiation and active orders, depending on the reaction of the market can function as supports and resistances to continue some trend.
On the contrary, the fuchsia lines show the most stop orders (stop loss or takes profits), it is where the most traders close their trades, either breaking support or resistance. They usually have strong rebounds and in the same way they can become support or resistance in the future, since there the institutions generate profits from the losses of other traders (they can win more favorable quotes).
You can execute a trade along with the market reaction, waiting for support and resistance to build, and then enter a retest.