Find below a series of top down Forex and Stocks Technical Analysis Trading and commentaries exclusively using supply and demand imbalances together with price action which form those levels. Uncluttered charts without colourful lagging indicators. These analysis usually have imbalances drawn on one single timeframe, a top down analysis of at least three timeframes is needed to make a trading decision.

22nd January 2018
Forex and Stocks supply and demand analysis January 22nd 2018
Hope you had great weekend. A new week and the markets are moving nicely providing nice opportunities, mostly shorts on USD cross pairs and longs on major US and World indexes. This short video supply and demand technical analysis video shows a few nice setups formed on some Forex cross pairs, some Stocks and Nasdaq […]
29th December 2017
Lufthansa AG #LHA German Stock supply and demand technical analysis
Lufthansa AG #LHA German Stock supply and demand long term analysis. Clear long bias with new monthly and weekly demand zones being created and respected. Strong long term monthly demand level created around 20 for long term buy setups.
3rd November 2017
Long term Forex and Stocks supply and demand analysis, November 3rd 2017
Long term Forex and Stocks analysis using supply and demand imbalances. Learn how to trade Forex and Stocks using a supply and demand trading strategy. No indicators, no volume, no earnings. Long term supply and demand analysis for USDJPY, EURJPY, USDCAD, Nasdaq E-Mini, Adobe, Apple Inc, Facebook and Black Rock.
18th October 2017
Bank of America, how to trade Stocks using supply and demand imbalances
Bank of America US stock #BAC has a clear big picture uptrend, demand imbalances levels are being respected on the weekly and monthly charts, supply levels are being removed. Going long at weekly demand zones is the way to go. NO LAGGING INDICATORS NO FUNDAMENTALS NO VOLUME MECHANICAL AND OBJECTIVE RULES JUST PLAIN SUPPLY AND […]
18th October 2017
NetFlix NFLX how to trade Stocks using supply and demand imbalances
NetFlix #NFLX US stock has a clear big picture uptrend, demand imbalances levels are being respected on the weekly and monthly charts, supply levels are being removed. Going long at weekly and monthly demand zones is the way to go. You can buy the underlying stock, buying call options or add a protective stop loss […]
15th September 2017
How to trade Forex and Stocks using supply and demand imbalances
Find attached a 15 minutes video as of 17th September 2017, that does a top down analysis using supply and demand imbalances to locate potential areas of imbalance to trade Forex currency pairs and Stocks. This kind of analysis, more detailed in the Set an Forget community, is done every week on most currency pairs […]
19th December 2016
Weekly commentary supply and demand Forex and Stocks analysis 19th December 2016
Supply and demand Forex and Stocks analysis. BRENT long at daily and weekly demand zones, new areas of demand being created and respected EURUSD new monthly and and daily supply levels created in a bigger picture downtrend. Short bias AUDUSD price fell short of retracing to previous daily demand at 0.7533, new weekly and daily supply levels […]
10th December 2016
Weekly commentary supply and demand analysis 12th December 2016
Supply and demand analysis for Forex and Stocks. BRENT long at daily and weekly demand zones SP500 long at daily and weekly demand zones AUDUSD new weekly and daily supply levels created in a bigger picture downtrend. Short bias ADOBE US Stock: longs at new daily demand zones, monthly and weekly demand levels in control. Long bias BRITANNIA […]
3rd December 2016
Supply and demand trading ideas 5th December 2016
Hope you are enjoying the week. Find below a link to watch this week’s Supply and demand video commentary analysis NZDUSD, Brent UKOIL, Adobe US Stock. Trip Advisor US Stock, Yes Bank Indian Stock and Adlabs Indian Stock. NZDUSD. Bigger picture downtrend, shorts at Daily supply BRENT UKOIL. Weekly uptrend, new daily demand zones being […]
30th November 2016
Weekly commentary supply and demand analysis 30th November 2016
Supply and demand analysis for USDCAD, AUDUSD, Apple and Adobe American stocks and Maruti Indian Stock. USDCAD has a bigger picture uptrend, levels of demand created and respected, supply zones are being eliminated. New bullish engulfing patterns on the daily and weekly charts. Long bias AUDUSD new weekly and daily supply levels created in a […]
   
 

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