DaveSarge I use a couple of tools when doing my analysis. I first take a look at COT reports from ctft and i get to filter out the information from the futures contracts of the currency that i want to look at. That gives me an insight of where the the big institutions are placing their money. I get this info from both the ctft site and another site called barchat.com. I also use the daily market sentiment data from the IG client sentiment to get a picture of where most of the retail traders are placing their money(which most of the time I take a contrarian view to the masses).......it has served me well so far but you need to take a lot of caution because the information does not represent the interests of all the retail traders. It just gives me a sense of direction. I then proceed to do my technical analysis then I found this site and studied how i can fuse the info here and add it to my weekly, and intraday trading. So majorly use the Forex volatility and the currency index.....turned out to be very helpful in validating my analysis. Note that you have to keep on refreshing your tab because the information is updated regularly. also, when using the forex volatility, please try and use the pairs that have higher volatility than other pairs. I also use the average true range trailing stop script in my trading view account as a complement to my strategy. So basically you have to find your own niche when it comes to the information that you get from Mataf because whatever i use does not necessarily mean that someone else is using that. I can help as far as sharing information that can think can help you out.