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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28th August 2018
Forex GBPCAD : Shorts at new weekly supply imbalances
Forex cross pair GBPCAD is dropping with room to opposing monthly demand and in the process is creating a brand new weekly supply imbalance for shorts. In a downtrend supply levels are respected and demand zones are removed. Short bias right now on GBPCAD as supply imbalances continue to be respected.
8th August 2018
Forex GBPCAD : New daily supply level for potential shorts
Forex cross pair gbpcad is dropping on the higher timeframes and in the process the daily is creating brand new daily supply levels for potential shorts. In a downtrend supply imbalances are respected and demand zones are removed so short bias on gbpcad right now as we continue to remove opposing demand.
18th July 2018
Forex GBPCAD : Daily supply level created after hitting weekly supply zone
Forex cross pair gbpcad is dropping on the daily after creating new daily supply levels high in the weekly range with weekly supply imbalance in control and holding. At set and forget we want the direction and confluence of the higher timeframes to ensure high quality and highly reliable set ups. In a downtrend supply […]
16th May 2018
Forex GBPCAD : New weekly supply zone created at 1.78
Forex cross pair gbpcad hit higher timeframe supply and has now created a brand new weekly supply imbalance for potential shorting opportunities. At set and forget we want to lean on higher timeframe confluences and strong levels on our entry timeframe. In a downtrend demand levels are removed and supply imbalances are respected. As you […]
27th October 2017
Forex GBPCAD : New daily demand imbalances being created
Forex cross pair gbpcad is rallying strongly and creating brand new daily demand imbalances for continuation of longs. In an uptrend supply levels are removed and demand imbalances and zones are respected.
18th October 2017
Forex GBPCAD : Brand new weekly demand imbalance created
Forex cross pair GBPCAD has created a brand new weekly demand imbalance for potential longs. In an uptrend supply levels are removed and demand zones and imbalances are respected.
29th September 2017
Forex GBPCAD : Brand new daily demand imbalances have been created
Forex cross pair gbpcad is now creating brand new daily demand imbalances and zones after hitting higher timeframe demand zones. In an uptrend supply levels are removed and demand zones and imbalances are respected.  
14th August 2017
Forex GBPCAD : Monthly demand imbalance in control, potential longs!
Forex cross pair gbpcad is low in the monthly range after hitting the demand level below and could provide some longs by creating new weekly and daily demand imbalances and zones. In an uptrend supply levels are removed and demand imbalances and zones are respected. Long bias on this pair.
7th August 2017
Forex GBPCAD : Monthly demand imbalance in control, long bias!
Forex cross pair GBPCAD dropped into monthly demand and could potentially created new levels of demand and remove opposing supply on the lower timeframes. In an uptrend supply levels and are removed and demand levels and imbalances are respected. Long bias!  
3rd June 2016
Forex GBPCAD: Weekly demand imbalances
Forex cross pair gbpcad has created new levels of demand on the weekly for potential longs. Long bias Forex pairs and shares
3rd February 2016
Forex GBPCAD: Weekly demand imbalance in control
Forex cross pair GBPCAD is ranging on the weekly and seeing as how the monthly is in a strong uptrend the bias is longs at weekly demand unless price breaks lower, removing levels of demand. More pairs discussed daily at set and forget
29th December 2015
Forex GBPCAD: New weekly demand imbalance created
Forex cross pair GBPCAD is in a monthly uptrend with weekly demand lower. Long bias More pairs here at set and forget
     
 

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