Forex and Stocks Trade Ideas

Find below top down supply and demand technical analysis for Forex, Stocks, Futures, Indexes and Commodities using supply and demand imbalances together with price action exclusively. These trade ideas use uncluttered charts without colourful lagging indicators or studies or any kind of news or earnings announcement taken into consideration. These analysis usually have imbalances drawn on one or two timeframes, bear in mind that a top down analysis of at least three timeframes is needed to make a trading decision.

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12th February 2020
NZD JPY weekly uptrend
New Zealand Kiwi dollar is on the move again after a few weeks of bearish moves on the way down to…? A strong weekly demand imbalance located around 69.96. If you are looking at the smaller timeframes, trading intraday or scalping NZDJPY Forex cross pair you have probably loss in your short positions. NZD JPY […]
10th February 2020
USD SGD Supply level in control
Let’s have a look at USDSGD forex cross pair using the supply and demand glasses as technical analysis. This forex cross pair has created a very strong impulse on the weekly timeframe around 1.3497 price area that ended up becoming a strong demand imbalance where longs will be possible again. See weekly timeframe screenshot below. […]
5th February 2020
Nifty 50 Index analysis forecast 2020
Nifty 50 Index futures has broken all time highs again as expected and mentioned in previous supply and demand video analysis. When trading our supply and demand strategy, you don’t need to pay attention to any fundamentals or earnings announcements, we base our entries on new imbalances. It’s very important that you learn to focus […]
5th February 2020
Exxon Mobil clear for shorts
Exxon Mobil Corporation #XOM Exxon explores for and produces crude oil and natural gas. As of December 31, 2018, it had approximately 24,696 net operated wells with proved reserves of 24.3 billion oil-equivalent barrels. Exxon stock clear downtrend With Light Crude Oil and Brent dropping like a rock, many oil related stocks like Exxon Mobil […]
3rd February 2020
AUD USD dropping strongly
AUDUSD Australian Dollar versus US Dollar is trading now within a weak weekly demand level around 0,6688. The weekly timeframe has been dropping strongly for the last five weeks and it’s now trying to eliminate weekly demand level at #1 where the prior bullish move started. The weekly demand imbalance is being attacked, even though […]
29th January 2020
Reasons to buy Aurora Cannabis ACB stock
It’s been a rough year for cannabis stocks and even though Aurora Cannabis (NYSE: ACB) is one of the most notable companies in the Cannabis sector, it had its fair share of struggles in year 2019. Aurora Cannabis Inc high odds for longs The stock has been dropping strongly for many months since April 2019. […]
     
 

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