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.

IMPORTANT: the supply and demand analysis in this blog usually have a single timeframe analysis, we need to do the top down analysis for at least three timeframes before we make a trading decision on these levels. You must choose your trading sequence (at least three timeframes), these levels are important imbalances but the top down analysis might negate the entry by the time price reaches these levels. Context and top down analysis is mandatory

24th June 2016
Indian Stock Bajaj Auto: Potential new weekly demand imbalance
Indian stock Bajaj Auto is rallying from three month demand and potentially creating brand new demand imbalances on the weekly and daily if opposing weekly supply is removed. Long bias Indian stocks and shares
25th April 2016
Indian Stock Bajaj Auto: New weekly demand imbalances
Indian stock Bajaj Auto is bullish on the higher time frames and printing new levels of demand on the weekly and daily. Long bias Indian stocks and shares
14th March 2016
Indian Stock Bajaj Auto: Dropping from monthly supply imbalance
Indian Stock Bajaj Auto is consolidating so wait for confirmation on obvious higher timeframe imbalances. Trade the extremes. Indian stocks and shares
9th February 2016
Indian Stock Bajaj Auto: Supply and demand imbalances above and below
Indian Stock Bajaj Auto is ranging on the monthly so wait for longs and shorts on confirmation at obvious levels of higher timeframe supply and demand. Indian stocks and shares
12th January 2016
Indian Stock Bajaj Auto: Monthly demand imbalance
Indian Stock Bajaj Auto is holding at a monthly flip zone/20ema. New monthly demand has been created lower and ascending trendline is still being respected. Weekly (on the left) is holding with no close below. Stocks and shares
31st December 2015
Indian Stock Bajaj Auto: Weekly demand imbalance in control
Indian stock Bajaj Auto is rallying from monthly demand and respecting weekly demand, 20ema and ascending trendline. Long bias Stocks and shares
7th December 2015
Indian Stock Bajaj Auto: Creating new weekly demand imbalances
The Indian stock Bajaj Auto hit monthly demand, broke the descending trendline and started creating new levels of weekly demand. Price is now rallying and testing opposing levels of supply, long bias for now. More stocks and shares discussed daily
     
 

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