How to backtest supply and demand trading with Forex Tester set and forget methodology
20th December 2014
How to trade supply and demand Forex imbalances and levels, live webinar January 2015
6th January 2015

Happy new year 2015 to all of you. A new year has started, what will it have in store for us? Hopefully many good things, moreover if we work hard and focus on our goals and passions, we must live for and by our passions.

I wanted to share the supply and demand weekly analysis of the year with you. This is the kind of analysis that will be shared at  supply and demand community every week, together with a second video for cross pairs, about 20 or more pairs are covered every week, then we update and plan trades at the community. I sent this message yesterday to all those that subscribed to the webinars but I had no time to post it over here since I still am on holidays.

Note: the analysis talks about breakout trades and probably WoW trades, they are new setups that were introduced last year but haven’t been covered yet in the public webinars. Both are high probability setups based on supply and demand imbalances

I also talk about the losses I’ve had, they are also shared in the community, losses are part of the game. I have many more winners than losses so the balance is on my side. I’m holding a few more trades than the ones in the weekly analysis, many on US cross pairs and exotics.

Weekly analysis is a bigger picture trading analysis, but it can be used to drill your entries down to H4 and lower timeframes. My entry timeframe is mostly the D1 chart.

– Dollar index. Very bullish, broke Monthly and Weekly SZ, created a WK PCP and broke higher
– SP500. Strong uptrend, the BO long of the highest highs in history didn’t work again, they are lower odds. Some counter-trend shorts could work until price finds good demand lower
– NIKKEI Index. Monthly all time high SZ is in control, D1 WoW short has played out and work and some counter-trend shorts could work, same with other Yen pairs
– EURO: dropping again, broke lower than previous D1 DZ and could be dropping further since no fresh or original MN demand demand lower. US Index doing the exact opposing thing.
– POUND: Bigger picture is down, similar breakout short to – EURUSD, short bias.
– YEN: Nikkei is reacting to MN SZ, some counter-trend could happen on yen pairs. USDJPY is behaving a bit different and it could rally higher. I am short now on USD/JPY
– AUSSIE: AUDUSD broke even lower bias is short at the valid levels. Similar on most AUSSIE pairs
CAD: USDCAD broke higher helped by the dollar strength. Long bias, still holding the long
– The New Zealand Kiwi. NZDUSD has still a tricky situation, WK SZ holding, bias is shorts, odds is shorts. My H4 breakout short hit its take profit

I will try to get organized and send each week a quick analysis on 4 pairs each week, those in the mailing list will receive that analysis. I’m working on a blog, those analysis will be posted there in the future as well as here.

Happy New Year 2015!



Alfonso Moreno
Alfonso Moreno
Full time trader, expert technical analyst and founder of Set and Forget supply and demand online trading community. Traveler, photographer and adventurer.

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