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.

17th July 2017
European Index DAX : Monthly demand imbalance lower for longs
The European index DAX is rallying, making all time highs and creating new levels of demand for potential longs. In an uptrend supply is removed and demand is respected. Long bias!
28th November 2016
Index JP225: Rallying from weekly demand zone at around 1660
The JP225 index is rallying from weekly demand imbalance around 1660 but with monthly supply above and daily over-extended it would be foolish to buy this high so instead wait for a pull back into higher time frame trending demand and wait for brand new daily/H4 demand levels to be created before continuing long. There […]
18th November 2016
Indexes UK100 FTSE: Monthly supply at 7131 is in control
The index UK100 FTSE is high in the monthly range with supply at 7131 still in control so no longs allowed this high. Confirmation required for shorts since our highest time frame monthly is consolidating. Rules say we must wait for confirmation at obvious higher time frame supply and demand areas for longs or shorts. […]
16th November 2016
Indexes SP500: New weekly demand being created at 2120
The index SP500 is rallying from non two to one monthly demand and is creating brand new levels of demand on the weekly and daily. Weekly demand at 2120 is being created and not yet two to one so requires confirmation on the daily by creating new levels of demand. Long bias as price is […]
26th September 2016
Indian Stock Index Dhaka Bangladesk: Weekly supply in control, no longs
Dhaka Bangladesk Stock Index has weekly and daily supply imbalance in control, no longs allowed unless weekly supply is eliminated. Expecting a drop in price to weekly demand near 4.500 where some more longs could happen, else wait for weekly supply to be taken out to form a new demand level to go long at.
15th September 2016
Index SP500: Weekly demand levels below
Sp500 is in a monthly and weekly uptrend with daily out of alignment, potential longs at monthly/weekly demand. Monthly demand is not 2.1 so requires confirmation on the daily. Long 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.
26th August 2016
SP500: Weekly demand level lower
SP500 index is in a monthly and weekly uptrend with daily out of alignment. Longs lower at monthly and weekly demand imbalance.
16th May 2016
Petro Chemical Industries Index Saudi Arabia Supply and demand levels technical analysis
Petro Chemical Industries Index Saudi Arabia supply and demand analysis. Downtrend with areas of supply being respected.  

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