Forex Trading Signals – March 02, 2018

You’re watching the Daily Trading Signals for Friday. Here’s how the technical studies line up with the interbank stance at 8 AM GMT.

Euro/Dollar has 5 neutrals in the hourly scale. Mid term studies are mostly bullish and daily scale shows bearish outlook. Neutral interbank sentiment is 13% long, matching the hourly indicators.

There are 6 neutrals in the Cable’s short term. 4-hour chart shows mixed results and 6 models are pointing South in the long term. The less than 1% short interbank is neutral, just like the hourly models.

There’s red across both the 1 and 4 hour tables for the Dollar/Yen. Daily range posts mixed results. Interbank stance is bearish at almost 33% short, in line with the short and mid term technicals.

Pound/Yen’s 1 and 4 hour charts both have 7 sell signals. 5 models are red in the long term. These indicators are confirmed by the 26% short interbank exposure.

Euro/Yen has 6 sell signals in both the short and mid terms. 4 indicators point South in the daily range. The only 2% long interbank sentiment is less defined.

Forex Trading Signals – February 28, 2018

These are the Daily Trading Signals for Tuesday. Here’s how the technicals compare with the interbank at 8 AM GMT.

Euro/Dollar’s 1 and 4 hour models are mostly bullish, but outlook shifts to neutral in the long term chart. The 15% long interbank sentiment matches the short and mid term outlooks.

All three time scales are led by neutral indicators for the Pound/Dollar, which is in line with the less than 8% long interbank stance.

Dollar/Yen has 5 neutrals in the short term, mid term is mixed and most of the studies are neutral in the daily scale. Interbank exposure is strongly bearish at 45% short.

Both the 1 and 4 hour charts have an equal number of 4 buy and 4 neutral signals for the Pound/Yen. 4 models are neutral in the long term, just like the only 5% long interbank.

Euro/Yen’s short and mid terms both have 6 green indicators. 6 models are neutral in the long term, matching the only 6% long interbank sentiment.

Forex Trading Signals – February 27, 2018

These are the Daily Trading Signals for Tuesday. Here’s how the technicals compare with the interbank at 8 AM GMT.

Euro/Dollar’s 1 and 4 hour models are mostly bullish, but outlook shifts to neutral in the long term chart. The 15% long interbank sentiment matches the short and mid term outlooks.

All three time scales are led by neutral indicators for the Pound/Dollar, which is in line with the less than 8% long interbank stance.

Dollar/Yen has 5 neutrals in the short term, mid term is mixed and most of the studies are neutral in the daily scale. Interbank exposure is strongly bearish at 45% short.

Both the 1 and 4 hour charts have an equal number of 4 buy and 4 neutral signals for the Pound/Yen. 4 models are neutral in the long term, just like the only 5% long interbank.

Euro/Yen’s short and mid terms both have 6 green indicators. 6 models are neutral in the long term, matching the only 6% long interbank sentiment.

Forex Trading Signals – February 26, 2018

These are the Daily Trading Signals for Monday and here’s how the interbank compares with the technicals at 8 AM GMT.

Euro/Dollar’s hourly indicators are mixed, but both the mid and long term studies are mostly neutral. Interbank sentiment is bullish at 18% long.

There’s green across the 1 and 4-hour charts for the Pound/Dollar. 6 models are neutral in the long term, which is matched by the only 2% long interbank stance.

Dollar/Yen’s short and long term models are mostly neutral. There are 5 indicators pointing South in the mid term, in line with the 38% short interbank.

Pound/Yen’s hourly and daily models are mostly neutral. Mid term is mixed with 4 buy and 4 neutral signals. The less than 5% short interbank exposure is neutral.

There are 5 neutrals in the Euro/Yen’s short term. 4-hour chart has 4 sell and 4 neutral prompts and daily scale is mostly red. Interbank sentiment is bullish at 15% long.

Forex Trading Signals – February 19, 2018

You’re watching this week’s first Daily Trading Signals. Here’s how the interbank sentiment compares with the technical models at 8 AM GMT.

Euro/Dollar’s 1 and 4-hour charts both have 4 red signals. Daily range is led by 4 neutrals, but the close to 29% long interbank sentiment is bullish.

The Cable’s short term studies are mostly bearish. Mid term shows mixed results and 4 studies are neutral in the long term, which matches the only 7% long interbank stance.

Dollar/Yen’s short and mid term indicators are mostly pointing North. There are 5 sell signals in the daily range and they are in line with the 38% short interbank exposure.

Pound/Yen has 4 bullish prompts in the daily range. Mid term outlook shifts to neutral and then to bearish in the long term. The only 1% long interbank confirms the 4-hour technicals.

Euro/Yen’s hourly models are mostly pointing up. Mid term studies are neutral and there’s red across the daily table. Interbank sentiment is 30% long, just like the hourly models.

Wednesday Support and Resistance Levels – February 14, 2018

Let’s find out how the interbank compares with the technicals at 8 AM GMT on this Wednesday.

Euro/Dollar’s short and long term indicators are mostly neutral, but the mid term shows mixed results. The close to 25% long interbank is bullish.

The Cable has 6 neutrals in both the short and long terms. 5 models are green in the 4-hour scale, but the only 10% long interbank is neutral, just like the hourly and daily models.

Dollar/Yen’s short term brings 6 neutrals. Mid and long terms have 4 and 6 sell prompts respectively, which is backed up by the 47% short interbank.

Pound/Yen has 5 neutrals in the hourly chart. Mid term brings mixed results and 5 studies point South in the daily range. The only 2% long interbank matches the hourly outlook.

Euro/Yen’s 1 and 4 hour charts have 5 and 4 neutrals respectively. There are 5 red signals in the daily range, but the 23% long interbank is bullish.

Forex Trading Signals – February 08, 2018

Let’s see how the technical indicators line up with the interbank sentiment at 8 AM GM on this Thursday.

Euro/Dollar has 4 neutrals in the hourly scale. Mid term chart is mostly red and daily range shows mixed results. Interbank sentiment is bullish at close to 20% long.

Most of the indicators are neutral for the Cable in the short term. Mid and long terms bring 4 and 5 sell signals respectively, which is backed up by the 16% short interbank stance.

Dollar/Yen’s 1 and 4 hour charts show mostly neutral signals. Daily range brings mixed results, but the 46% short interbank exposure is strongly bearish.

Pound/Yen’s short and mid terms have 4 and 5 neutrals respectively. Daily models shift towards bearish outlook. Interbank sentiment is bullish at 26% long.

Euro/Yen has 3 buy and 3 neutral prompts in the short term. There are 5 neutrals in the mid terms and daily range brings 4 sell and 4 neural signals. The close to 25% long interbank is bullish.

Forex Trading Signals – February 07, 2018

Good morning, traders, you’re watching the Daily Trading Signals for Wednesday.

Euro/Dollar’s technical indicators are mostly neutral in all three time scales, but the 28% long interbank is bullish.

The Cable has 5 neutrals in the short term, 5 red prompts in the mid term and mixed results in the daily range. The close to 19% short interbank is bearish, just like the 4 hour models.

Most of the models point South for the Dollar/Yen in the short term. Mid and long term indicators are mostly neutral. The 42% short interbank sentiment is in line with the hourly studies.

Pound/Yen has 5 red signals in the hourly scale, but both the mid and long terms show mixed results. Interbank stance is bullish at 19% long.

There are 5 sell signals in the euro/Yen’s short term. Mid term has an equal number of 3 sell and 3 neutral prompts and hourly models are mostly neutral. The close to 27% long interbank is bullish.

Forex Trading Signals – February 06, 2018

These are the Daily Trading Signals for Tuesday. Here’s how the technicals compare with the interbank at 8 AM GMT.

Technical studies are mostly neutral in both the short and long terms for the Euro/Dollar. Mid term brings 4 sell signals, but the 32% long interbank is bullish.

The Cable’s hourly models show mixed results. Mid term turns bearish and daily scale has 5 neutrals. The 16% short interbank stance is bearish, just like the 4-hour models.

Dollar/Yen has 6 neutral indicators in the hourly scale. 5 studies point South in the mid term and daily range is mixed. Interbank sentiment is strongly bearish at 46% short.

Pound/Yen’s hourly and daily scales both have 5 neutral prompts. 4 studies are red in the mid term, but the 42% long interbank is strongly bullish.

Euro/Yen’s short and long terms both have 6 neutral signals. There are 5 red prompts in the 4-hour chart, but the 32% long interbank is bullish.

Forex Trading Signals – February 02, 2018

Let’s find out how the technicals compare with the interbank at 8 AM GMT on this Friday.

Euro/Dollar’s hourly chart shows mixed results. Mid and long terms both have mostly green signals, which is in line with the 35% long interbank sentiment.

The Cable’s short term brings 5 sell prompts. Mid term outlook shifts to neutral and daily range is mostly green. The only 5% short interbank is neutral, just like the 4-hour studies.

Dollar/Yen’s 1 and 4 hour charts have 4 and 7 buy prompts respectively. Long term outlook is mixed. Interbank stance is strongly bearish at 38% short.

There are 4 neutrals in the Pound/Yen’s short term. Mid and long terms are dominated by green prompts, matching the 49% long interbank.

There’s green across all three time ranges for the Euro/Yen, which is confirmed by the 26% long interbank sentiment.

Friday Support and Resistance Levels – February 02, 2018

The team is here with this week’s last Support and Resistance Level Report. Here’s how our in-house model tests out.

We start with the Euro/Dollar, which has R1 of 1 2540 and S1 of 1 2430. R1 leads in resistance with 7 confirmations, including a price channel indicator upper line and a 2 year high. R2 follows with 2 confirmations and it’s a Bollinger upper band. There’s just a single match for R3. S2 posts 7 confirmations. 5 studies are near S1 and S3 has found 3 matches, including a 20 day moving average.

The Cable has been trending towards R1 of 1 4280 and away from S1 of 1 4210. A 12 month high and a price channel indicator upper line both are among the 7 confirmations for R2. R1 has found 4 matches and only Bollinger upper band is near R3. S2 sees 3 confirmations. 2 studies are near S1 and S3 is a psychological level.

Dollar/Yen has the closest levels of 110 in resistance and 109 60 in support. R1 is a psychological level and it has a total of 4 confirmations. There are 3 studies near R3 and 2 indicators back up the second line, which is a 20 day moving average. S2 leads in support with 9 matches. S1 sees 8 confirmations and 5 studies are close to the lowest support level, which is a price channel indicator lower line.

And Dollar/Swiss Franc stands below R1 of 0 93 and above S1 of 0 9260. R1 used to be a 2 year low and it has a total of 10 confirmations. R2 follows closely with 9 matches and 2 alternative studies are near R3. S1 and S2 have 3 matches each. The first level is a price channel indicator lower line and S2 is a Bollinger lower band. There’s just a single match for S3.

Thursday Support and Resistance Levels – January 25, 2018

Good morning, traders, this is the Support and Resistance Level Report for Thursday. Here’s how our in-house model tests out.

Euro/Dollar is on the rise, and it stands between R1 of 1 2470 and S1 of 1 2410. R2 is a psychological level with 2 confirmations, while the upper and lower resistance lines have found a single match each. S2 leads in support with 11 models, and a former 2 year high is now among the 4 studies for S3. The highest support line has found 2 matches.

The Cable is up as well, having the closest levels of 1 4320 in resistance and 1 4260 in support. The pair still sees little resistance at its new level, as all three resistance lines have found a single match each. R2 is a psychological level, and R3 is a 2 year high. S2 is a psychological level with 3 models, and the highest support line has found 2 matches. S3 is a 20 day moving average with 2 studies.

Dollar/Yen, on the other hand, is down, trading below R1 of 109 50 and above S1 of 108 80. A psychological level is among the 3 studies for R2, whereas the lowest resistance line has found 2 matches. R3 counts a 20 day moving average as its only model. Standing at a former 2 year low, S2 sees 3 confirmations, and S1 has found 2 matches. S3 is a psychological level with 2 studies.

And Dollar/Swiss Franc has also seen a decline, as it now has R1 of 0 9490 and S1 of 0 94. R2 leads in resistance with 7 models, and R3 is a 20 day moving average with 4 studies. R1 counts a psychological level among its 2 technicals. S3 is another psychological level with 2 studies, while the upper two support lines have found a single match each.

Wednesday Support and Resistance Levels – January 24, 2018

Good morning, traders, you’re watching the Support and Resistance Level Report for Tuesday.

Euro/Dollar has the closest levels of 1 2280 in resistance and 1 2240 in support.

The lowest resistance line sees 8 confirmations, whereas R2 is backed up by Price Channel Indicator Upper Line, Bollinger Upper Band and 2 other studies. R3 counts a psychological level as its only match. S1 leads in support with 11 models, and S2 is a former 2 year high with 4 studies. A psychological level is the only confirmation for S3.

The Cable has gained some ground and now stands between R1 of 1 3990 and S1 of 1 3940. R1 is confirmed by Price Channel Indicator Upper Line, a psychological level and 2 other studies, while the upper two resistance lines have found a single match each. S2 leads in support with 6 studies, and a former 12 month high is now among the 3 models for S3. The highest support line has found 2 matches.

Dollar/Yen is trading in the range limited by R1 of 111 and S1 of 110 70. R1 leads in resistance with 8 models, and R2 is a 150 day moving average with 4 studies. R3 counts a 100 day moving average among its 3 technicals. S1 is the most confirmed support line with 14 models, and Price Channel Indicator Lower Line is among the 4 studies for S2. S3 is backed up by Bollinger Lower Band, a psychological level and another technical.

And Dollar/Swiss Franc finds itself below R1 of 0 9640 and above S1 of 0 9610. The lowest resistance line has found 8 matches, and R2 counts a 150 day moving average among its 5 models. A 100 day moving average is among the 4 studies for R3. The highest support line sees 9 confirmations, and S2 is Bollinger Lower Band with 4 studies. Standing at a psychological level, S3 has found 2 matches.

Forex Trading Signals – January 23, 2018

These are Tuesday’s Main Daily Trading Signals. Here’s how the interbank compares with technicals at 8 AM GMT.

All three time ranges bring different results for the Euro/Dollar, which is mostly bearish in the short-term. The mid-term brings 6 neutral signals, and the long-term turns bullish with 4 models, matching the more than 48% long interbank.

The Cable’s hourly chart is split between red and neutral studies, and the 4-hour scale is divided between green and neutral models. The 24-hour chart is overwhelmingly bullish with 7 models, but they are not quite in line with the interbank, which is neutral at less than 14% long.

Dollar/Yen sees a mix of green and neutral models on its short-term chart. The mid-term is mostly bullish, and the long-term is split between red and neutral signals. In contrast, the interbank is neutral at less than 9% short.

Neutral models prevail on Pound/Yen’s hourly chart. The mid and long-term scales turn bullish with 5 and 7 studies, respectively, and they are in line with the more than 33% long interbank.

And neutral models prevail on Euro/Yen’s 1-hour scale. The 4 and 24-hour charts are both split between green and neutral signals, but the interbank is bullish at 19% long and does not support the technicals.

Tuesday Support and Resistance Levels – January 23, 2018

Good morning, traders, you’re watching the Support and Resistance Level Report for Tuesday.

Euro/Dollar has the closest levels of 1 2280 in resistance and 1 2240 in support. The lowest resistance line sees 8 confirmations, whereas R2 is backed up by Price Channel Indicator Upper Line, Bollinger Upper Band and 2 other studies. R3 counts a psychological level as its only match. S1 leads in support with 11 models, and S2 is a former 2 year high with 4 studies. A psychological level is the only confirmation for S3.

The Cable has gained some ground and now stands between R1 of 1 3990 and S1 of 1 3940. R1 is confirmed by Price Channel Indicator Upper Line, a psychological level and 2 other studies, while the upper two resistance lines have found a single match each. S2 leads in support with 6 studies, and a former 12 month high is now among the 3 models for S3. The highest support line has found 2 matches.

Dollar/Yen is trading in the range limited by R1 of 111 and S1 of 110 70. R1 leads in resistance with 8 models, and R2 is a 150 day moving average with 4 studies. R3 counts a 100 day moving average among its 3 technicals. S1 is the most confirmed support line with 14 models, and Price Channel Indicator Lower Line is among the 4 studies for S2. S3 is backed up by Bollinger Lower Band, a psychological level and another technical.

And Dollar/Swiss Franc finds itself below R1 of 0 9640 and above S1 of 0 9610. The lowest resistance line has found 8 matches, and R2 counts a 150 day moving average among its 5 models. A 100 day moving average is among the 4 studies for R3. The highest support line sees 9 confirmations, and S2 is Bollinger Lower Band with 4 studies. Standing at a psychological level, S3 has found 2 matches.

Forex Trading Signals – January 22, 2018

Hello, traders, the team is back with this week’s first Main Daily Trading Signals.

Dollar/Yen sees 6 neutral models on both its 1 and 4 hour charts. The 24-hour scale turns bullish with 5 studies, in line with the more than 49% long interbank stance.

Things look similar for the Cable which has 5 and 4 neutral signals on its short and mid-term charts, respectively. The daily outlook is mostly bullish, but the interbank is neutral at less than 12% long, matching the 1 and 4-hour models.

5 studies predict no major price changes on Dollar/Yen’s short and mid-term charts. The long-term scale is overwhelmingly bearish, but the interbank is neutral at less than 4% short, and it confirms the short and mid-term studies.

Pound/Yen sees 6 bullish signals on its hourly chart. The mid and long-term scales are mostly neutral but the interbank is bullish at more than 41% long, backing up the short-term studies.

And Euro/Yen is mostly neutral in the short-term. The mid-term is split between red and neutral studies, and the long-term is back to neutral with 5 models but, in contrast, the interbank is bullish at more than 31% long.

Forex Trading Signals – January 19, 2018

Hello, traders, you’re watching the Main Daily Trading Signals for Friday.

There’s green across the table for the Euro/Dollar, which sees 5 buy prompts in the short-term, 7 in the mid-term and 4 in the long-term, and the technicals are in line with the more than 42% long interbank.

The Cable also sees bullish signals prevailing in all three time ranges, with 4 green models on its short-term chart and 5 on both its mid and long-term scales, but, in contrast, the interbank is neutral at less than 10% long.

Bearish models dominate across the chart for the Dollar/Yen, which sees no less than 7 sell prompts in the short-term, 4 in the mid-term and 5 in the long-term, but the interbank is neutral at less than 3% short and does not support the technicals.

All three time ranges bring different results for the Pound/Yen, which is mostly bearish in the short-term and neutral in the mid-term. The daily outlook is overwhelmingly bullish with 7 models, and it matches the more than 22% long interbank.

And Euro/Yen’s 1 and 24-hour charts are both split between red and neutral signals. The 4-hour scale sees 6 neutral indicators, but the technicals are not backed up by the interbank, which is bullish at more than 27% long.

Forex Trading Signals – January 18, 2018

You’re watching the Daily Trading Signals for Thursday. Here’s how the technicals compare with the interbank at 8 AM GMT.

Most of the indicators are neutral for the Euro/Dollar in both the short and long terms. Mid term shows mixed results with 4 sell and 4 neutral prompts and the 42% long interbank sentiment is strongly bullish.

Pound/Dollar’s hourly studies are mostly neutral. Mid and long terms both show mostly green prompts, but the only 7% long interbank is neutral, just like the hourly models.

Each of the time frames shows different results for the Dollar/Yen. There are 4 neutrals in the short term, 4 buy signals in the mid term and 4 red prompts in the long term. The only 7% short interbank exposure is neutral, in line with the short term indicators.

Pound/Yen’s 1 and 4 hour charts both show mixed results, but daily picture is clearly bullish, just like the 18% long interbank stance. Euro/Yen’s short and long terms both have mostly neutral indicators, but mid term brings 5 buy signals, matching the 29% long interbank sentiment.

Forex Trading Signals – January 18, 2018

Find out how the interbank compares with the technicals at 8 AM GMT. These are the Main Daily Trading Signals.

All three time ranges bring different results for the Euro/Dollar, which is mostly bearish in the short-term. The mid-term sees 4 neutral signals, and the long-term turns bullish with 6 studies, matching the more than 41% long interbank.

Next up is the Cable with 5 bearish signals on its short-term chart and 5 neutral models on its mid-term scale. The daily outlook is mostly bullish, but the interbank is neutral at less than 8% long, in line with the 4-hour studies.

Dollar/Yen sees 4 and 5 neutral indicators on its 1 and 4-hour charts, respectively, whereas the 24-hour scale brings 5 sell prompts. Neutral at less than 4% short, the interbank confirms the short and mid-term models.

Neutral models prevail across the table for the Pound/Yen, which sees 6 neutral signals in the short-term, 5 in the mid-term and 4 in the long-term but, in contrast, the interbank is bullish at more than 41% long.

And 4 studies point South on Euro/Yen’s hourly chart. The mid and long-term scales are mostly neutral, but the technicals are not backed up by the interbank, which is bullish at more than 31% long.

Tuesday Support and Resistance Levels – January 18, 2018

Good morning, traders, you’re watching the Support and Resistance Level Report for Wednesday.

Euro/Dollar has been moving in waves and now stands between R1 of 1 2250 and S1 of 1 2220. Bollinger Upper Band is among the 4 model for R1, whereas the upper two resistance lines have found 2 matches each. R2 is Price Channel Indicator Upper Line, and R3 is a psychological level.

The highest support line sees 5 confirmations, and S2 is a former 2 year high with 4 models. S3 is supported by a psychological level, a 20 day moving average and 2 other studies. The Cable has also seen its ups and downs, but it currently has R1 of 1 3780 and S1 of 1 3740. Bollinger Upper Band is among the 4 models for R1, and R2 is Price Channel Indicator Upper Line with 4 studies. R3 counts a psychological level among its 2 technicals. S3 is confirmed by a 20 day moving average, a psychological level and 4 other models, and S2 is a former 12 month high with 5 studies. The highest support line has found 2 matches.

Dollar/Yen is trading in the range limited by R1 of 111 and S1 of 110 70. The lowest resistance line has found 7 matches, and R3 counts a 50 day moving average among its 5 models. R2 is a 150 day moving average with 4 studies. Bollinger Lower Band is among the 8 models for S1, and S2 counts Price Channel Indicator Lower Line among its 3 matches. The lowest resistance line sees a single confirmation.

And Dollar/Swiss Franc has the closest levels of 0 9640 in resistance and 0 9610 in support. Standing near a 100 day moving average, R3 sees 10 confirmations. R2 is a 150 day moving average with 9 studies, and the lowest resistance line has found 4 matches. S3 is a 2 year low with 4 confirmations, and S1 counts Bollinger Lower Band among its 3 models. A psychological level is the only match for S2.