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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16th December 2015
Forex NZDUSD: Monthly and weekly supply imbalances above
NZDUSD has hit monthly descending trendline with monthly in a downtrend if price starts breaking the daily ascending trendline and creating new levels of supply then we could have some shorting opportunities. Short bias for now Forex pairs
15th December 2015
Forex AUDUSD: New daily supply imbalance
AUDUSD is a major forex pair with a bigger picture downtrend. A new daily supply imbalance has been created but we need a clear break of demand because weekly supply was tested. Short bias Set and forget community
11th December 2015
Indian Stock Exide Industries: New weekly supply imbalances being created
Indian stock Exide Industries is in a strong monthly downtrend creating brand new weekly supply imbalances. Short bias Stocks and shares
11th December 2015
Indian stock Cairn: Creating new daily supply imbalances
Indian stock Cairn hit weekly supply and dropped creating brand new daily supply imbalances on the daily. Short bias Stocks and shares
10th December 2015
Indian Stock Marksans: No close below weekly demand imbalance
Indian stock Marksans couldn’t close below weekly demand with monthly uptrend. Currently reacting to weekly supply but against bigger picture long bias. Stocks and shares at set and forget
10th December 2015
Forex EURCAD: New weekly demand imbalance created
Forex cross pair EURCAD is breaking the descending weekly trendline and took out opposing supply creating a brand new weekly demand imbalance. Lots of pairs discussed daily at set and forget
10th December 2015
Forex EURJPY: New daily demand imbalance
Forex cross pair EURJPY broke the descending trendline and created a strong daily imbalance taking out compression to the left. There is weekly supply much higher. Pairs and shares at set and forget
9th December 2015
Forex NZDCAD: Weekly supply imbalance in control
Forex cross pair NZDCAD is at weekly CP supply that has been touched twice. If removed there could be some counter trend longs to MN supply. If the daily offers brand new supply imbalances then we can take that as confirmation to short. More cross pairs discussed daily by experienced traders at set and forget
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
9th December 2015
Indian Stock Hindalco: Monthly supply imbalance
Indian stock Hindalco is in a strong downtrend creating brand new levels of supply. There is a nice weekly CP supply nested within monthly supply, confluence with the bigger picture downtrend. Short bias. Plenty more stocks and shares at set and forget
9th December 2015
Forex AUDUSD: New daily supply imbalance
Major Forex pair AUDUSD has hit weekly supply for the second time and created a new daily supply imbalance. This supply level needs to remove opposing daily demand because the weekly is not fresh. Major and minor pairs discussed daily at set and forget
8th December 2015
Forex GBPUSD: Close to weekly demand imbalance
Forex major GBPUSD is very low in the weekly curve. Trading the lower timeframes this low is dangerous wait higher at higher timeframe supply and/or take counter trend longs in the meantime. If demand is taken out continue short bias. Other major pairs here
     
 

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