How to trade Indian Stocks and US stocks using supply and demand imbalances strategy July 13th 2016
13th July 2016
Forex USDHUF: Weekly and daily demand imbalances
14th July 2016

In today’s live webinar we revisited supply and demand basics, it’s good to do it from time to time not to forget how powerful and methodical the basic rules and setups are. A big thank you to Aman, Roger and John for volunteering, it’s always better to have other traders interacting real time with the charts and ask their opinion or if they agree on what is being done.

I went very slowly over the basic concepts. It’s interesting and funny to have received an email from one of the attendees after the webinar where this person told me to be confused because he understood I was not applying a rules set and I eyeballed them. Of course not, every single level has a reason. Can I make mistakes? Of course, many. But that does not necessarily mean there is not a method behind it.

  • How a trendline should drawn by connecting the latest two valleys and peaks, and I mean obvious… What is an obvious peak or valley? It’s just that, an obvious one. Your brain will know when it’s an obvious one, else consider it a pause in the market and don’t be afraid to be wrong because you will be wrong thousands of times in your trading career.
  • If an imbalance is removed there must be an opposing imbalance that caused it. It’s as simple and as complex as that
  • The type of trade that you take will depend on the sequence of timeframes you have decided to trade in your trading plan. Monthly, Weekly Daily…. Daily, H4, H1 for intraday… we covered an intraday sequence example on GBPJPY with H1 as entry timeframe
  • A trade valid on Sequence A can be invalid on Sequence B. It all depends on your framework, the timeframes you decide as your sequence. Stick to the one that fits your personality and/or your free time.

These instruments were analyzed step by step: AUDUSD, EURUSD, USDJPY, GBPJPY

Alfonso Moreno
Alfonso Moreno
Full time trader, expert technical analyst and founder of Set and Forget supply and demand online trading community. Traveler, photographer and adventurer.


  1. chia says:

    Dear Alfonso
    First of all please accept my regards for putting in so many videos to learn. I have been going through them from months now. as u said they r easy but very difficult as well. I am in fix now.My detailed question is as follows:
    most of the times i have observed while considering three time frames for ex-weekly,daily and 4hourly–by the time there is confirm trend on weekly i.e i find two valleys or peaks the trend is broken within few candles so this frame goes into consolidation so at 4 hour time frame the opportunity to sell or buying is gone and before this i can’t sell as there is no trend line to be drawn.
    secondly if sometime in same trend in daily and 4 hours when there is good demand or supply zone ,by the time price reaches this level the trend on 4 hour is broken.
    Do u think I am missing something?
    Can u kindly explain this

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