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

7th November 2016
Indian Stock DABUR: Brand new demand imbalances
Indian stock Dabur is rallying after hitting monthly 20 EMA and creating new demand zones for potential longs. New weekly demand level created at 202.57 but has not consolidated away from the base two to one. This is a requirement as per the rules to ensure high quality imbalances only so confirmation is required on this […]
15th February 2016
Indian Stock Dabur: Monthly demand imbalance in control
Indian Stock Dabur is at three month demand, monthly demand and 20ema. Long bias on the lower timeframes. Indian shares and stocks at set and forget
8th January 2016
Indian Stock Dabur: Monthly demand imbalance in control
Indian Stock Dabur is in a monthly uptrend. There is a level of weekly demand that has been tested many times that is holding price as support. Now weekly supply is in control so some shorts could happen down to monthly demand before continuing bigger picture longs. Stocks and pairs
9th December 2015
Indian Stock Dabur: Weekly supply and demand imbalances
Indian stock Dabur is reacting to weekly demand with monthly uptrend. We are high in the weekly curve so its best to wait for opposing weekly supply to be removed or enter lower. Long bias Stock, shares and pairs at set and forget
27th November 2015
Indian Stock Dabur Ltd: Creating new weekly demand imbalance
The Indian Stock Dabur Ltd is creating a fresh new weekly demand imbalance with the monthly uptrend. Long bias for now Many stocks and shares discussed here
24th November 2015
Indian Stock DABUR: Daily demand imbalance created
The Indian Stock DABUR has created new daily imbalances of demand at a higher timeframe level of demand with bigger picture uptrend. Long bias. Many other technical breakdowns of stocks and shares here
     
 

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