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.

7th September 2017
NZDUSD Forex Cross Pairs reacting to daily supply imbalance
As explained in yesterday’s supply and demand analysis for major Forex Cross Pair NZDUSD, shorts at Daily and weekly supply zones. Price dropping as a reaction to the last Daily imbalance, lots of room to drop. Short bias at new levels of supply expecting the void to be filled on its way to monthly demand […]
5th September 2017
NZDUSD Forex Cross Pair short bias at Daily, H4 and weekly supply imbalances
NZDUSD Forex Cross Pair short supply and demand analysis. NZDUSD breaking lower reacting to monthly supply imbalance, lots of room for price to reach weekly demand level much lower around 0.69. Shorts at daily, H4 and weekly supply zones.
20th December 2016
Forex NZDUSD : New daily supply zone at 0.71860
Forex pair NZDUSD is dropping strongly as the dollar is rallying and new daily, weekly and monthly supply zones have been created for some nice potential shorts. Nested daily supply level higher at 0.71860 has a great departure and is with the bigger picture trend so short bias on NZDUSD since supply zones are being created […]
9th December 2016
NZDUSD monthly supply level in control, shorts at daily supply imbalance
NZDUSD rallying towards Daily supply around 0.7389 where shorts are expected. Monthly supply level is in control. bigger picture trend is bearish, shorts at supply levels since they follow the bigger picture supply and demand trend.  
3rd December 2016
Supply and demand trading ideas 5th December 2016
Hope you are enjoying the week. Find below a link to watch this week’s Supply and demand video commentary analysis NZDUSD, Brent UKOIL, Adobe US Stock. Trip Advisor US Stock, Yes Bank Indian Stock and Adlabs Indian Stock. NZDUSD. Bigger picture downtrend, shorts at Daily supply BRENT UKOIL. Weekly uptrend, new daily demand zones being […]
23rd November 2016
Forex NZDUSD: New daily supply created at 0.73410
Forex pair NZDUSD hit monthly supply at 0.74760 and created a brand new weekly supply imbalance at 0.72830 and now, because weekly required confirmation we have a brand new daily supply imbalance created at 0.73410. We have tested weekly demand below which will most likely be removed because it is a CP (continuation pattern) against […]
21st September 2016
Forex NZDUSD: Monthly supply zone in control
Forex pair NZDUSD is very high in the monthly range and could offer some potential shorts if new supply is created and demand is removed.
7th September 2016
Forex NZDUSD: Daily demand imbalances
Forex pair NZDUSD is rallying from weekly and daily demand but is very high in the monthly curve so take caution in continuation of longs. Some shorts could also happen based on confirmation.
16th August 2016
Forex NZDUSD: Daily demand level holding
Forex pair NZDUSD is in a strong weekly uptrend and rallying from daily demand. Longs are the way to go right now.
15th July 2016
Forex NZDUSD: Daily demand imbalance in control
Forex pair nzdusd is in a weekly uptrend with daily demand in control for potential longs, if removed wait lower at higher timeframe weekly and monthly demand. Long bias Forex majors, minors and exotics at set and forget
28th June 2016
Forex NZDUSD: Weekly demand imbalance lower
Forex pair NZDUSD is rallying and creating brand new imbalances on the monthly and weekly. Daily is now out of alignment so wait for longs lower at weekly demand or if price breaks higher. Long bias Forex pairs discussed daily in the community
23rd May 2016
Forex NZDUSD: Weekly supply imbalance forming
Forex major pair nzdusd hit monthly 20ema and created weekly supply, room to drop down to monthly demand where some more longs could happen. Forex pairs and shares

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