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.

IMPORTANT: the supply and demand analysis in this blog usually have a single timeframe analysis, we need to do the top down analysis for at least three timeframes before we make a trading decision on these levels. You must choose your trading sequence (at least three timeframes), these levels are important imbalances but the top down analysis might negate the entry by the time price reaches these levels. Context and top down analysis is mandatory

23rd May 2018
Forex USDNOK : Longs holding and new demand zones being created if we break higher
Forex exotic usdnok is rallying on the weekly and daily creating brand new zones for longs. We had previous cp (continuation pattern) holding from lower and price has continued to rally and is potentially creating new demand imbalances. In an uptrend supply levels are removed and demand zones and imbalances are respected. Long bias right […]
3rd January 2018
Forex USDNOK : New daily supply levels created for potential shorts
Forex cross pair usdnok is dropping on the daily and creating brand new levels of daily supply imbalances for potential shorts. In a downtrend supply levels are respected and demand zones and imbalances are removed.
23rd June 2017
Forex USDNOK : Weekly demand zone holding and rallying
Forex exotic usdnok is rallying from weekly demand imbalance creating new opportunities for potential longs. In an uptrend supply is removed and demand is respected.
23rd November 2015
USDNOK Forex: Rallying from weekly demand
USDNOK hit a level of supply on the weekly and has rallied strongly from there creating new imbalances on the lower timeframes. Long bias on this pair. Forex pairs

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