We have prepared a review of ATAS, a cryptocurrency and stock market trading platform. We’ll talk about what analytical and trading possibilities the terminal offers, as well as available connections and the cost of using it.
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ATAS is an analytical platform designed for swing and medium-term trading. The analytical functionality of the terminal is cut out specifically for order flow analysis, cluster analysis, market volume profile analysis, and technical analysis. Users can trade using a depth chart and portfolios, as well as use various hedging strategies.
The main trading window
The ATAS Smart Tape module organizes data based on order flows. The Time and Sale function groups ticks so that orders are displayed in full. It also makes it possible to filter orders by volume. For each group of trades where the trader opened and closed the position, Level II data is available to study, allowing you to identify hidden liquidity and monitor open interest (OI) dynamics.
The ATAS Bid/Ask Trade module is designed to track trading volumes passing through bids and asks as the price changes. This allows you to evaluate the behaviour of traders in a particular market situation. Also, there’s the option to view the volumes that have passed within the spread, the delta value and its dynamics within a set time period.
The ATAS Smart DOM module allows you to monitor the activity of high-frequency algorithms (HTF). Users can highlight large orders and see the full depth of the order book. There’s also the option to calculate spoofing algorithms.
Spoofing algorithms are algorithms that place an order for 9/10th of a second. After that, the order is deleted for 1/10th of a second and then placed again.
There are 6 types of charts available in ATAS, including tick, minute, and RangeX charts. It also offers cluster charts with 25 types of footprints. Users can create linked windows by selecting any bars on the chart to analyze the data in them.
ATAS charts display large market spikes. If necessary, you can create an unlimited number of order filters — these will be displayed on the chart. Also, there’s a volume histogram offering a choice of parameters to display: Volume, Trades, Bid-Ask and Delta.
Apart from standard timeframes, ATAS provides second, tick, reverse, range, volume, and delta intervals. There are 58 indicators and more than 2000 drawing tools available for technical analysis.
The ATAS terminal works with a number of cryptocurrency exchanges, such as Binance, Bybit, OKX (OKEx), BitMEX, Bitfinex, Bittrex, Kraken, Huobi, Cex.io, Bithumb and Poloniex.
It also enables you to connect to the Moscow Exchange. Connection to the stock market is also available through QUIK, Plaza II, Rithmic, and other platforms. The full list can be found on the ATAS official website.
For new users, ATAS offers a 14-day trial version to get acquainted with the functionality of the platform. After that, you’ll have to buy a subscription or a lifetime license to continue using it. Two price packs are available: Global and MOEX.
Global — full range of features
Connection to all the exchanges supported by ATAS.
During the trial period, users get access to the full-featured version of ATAS with limited trading history.
ATAS is a high-quality terminal for professional traders. It has a wide range of analytical tools and features perfect for swing and medium-term trading. The main disadvantage of ATAS is an expensive lifetime subscription, making it largely unsuitable for novice traders. Also, ATAS is not suitable for intraday trading and scalping.