Find below top down supply and demand technical analysis for Forex, Stocks, Futures, Indexes and Commoditites using exclusively supply and demand imbalances together with price action. 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 oneor 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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2nd September 2018
EURUSD weekly downtrend and supply level in control for shorts
EURUSD is in a clear weekly downtrend with weekly supply level around 1.1679 in control. In a weekly downtrend we go short at areas of supply. There is a lot of room for price to drop to monthly demand zone around 1.06. If you are not short yet on EURUSD’s weekly supply level, waiting for […]
2nd January 2018
Dollar Index DXY short bias, monthly downtrend, shorts at supply zones
Dollar Index DXY has a short bias, monthly downtrend with new supply zone created overhead, shorts at daily and weekly supply imbalances around 91 and higher. There is a void to be filled if monthly lows around 91 are broken. Most USD cross pairs are filling that void already and breaking lower.  Shorts as well […]
27th October 2017
Dollar Index DXY Daily demand zone being created around 94
New Daily demand zone being created on Dollar Index DXY around 94. Weekly supply level eliminated, long bias at Daily and Weekly demand levels, similar scenarios happening on most USD Forex cross pairs with new daily and weekly levels and imbalances being created.
17th July 2017
Dollar Index DXY weekly downtrend, short bias at weekly supply imbalances
Weekly downtrend on Dollar Index DXY. Shorts at weekly and daily supply zones around 97 price area. Room for price to drop to opposing tested weekly demand level. New potential weekly supply zones being created lower at 95.55. Short bias  
26th August 2016
Index DXY: Weekly demand imbalance lower
The index DXY (dollar Index) is low in the weekly curve with a nested daily demand level below. Weekly ascending trendline now in control, potential longs could happen.
24th November 2015
Forex DXY: Weekly demand imbalances lower
Forex pairs such as dollar crosses are greatly influenced by of course what the dollar index is doing and right now we are high in the weekly curve with demand levels 50% and lower. Longs if weekly supply removed or lower at fresh levels of demand. Many other pairs analysed 

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