Forex Trading Signals – March 30, 2018

Let’s find out how the interbank sentiment compares with technical indicators at 8 AM GMT on this Thursday.

Technical models show mixed results for the Euro/Dollar in the short term. Mid term outlook is bearish and most of the studies are neutral in the long term, which is in line with the 13% long interbank sentiment.

Pound/Dollar’s technicals show a similar outlook – hourly models are mixed. All 8 models point South in the mid term and 6 studies are neutral in the long term. Interbank stance is neutral at only 7% long.

Dollar/Yen has an even number of 4 sell and 4 neutral signals in the hourly chart. Mid and long terms bring 4 and 5 neutrals respectively, but the close to 42% short interbank exposure is strongly bearish.

Pound/Yen has 6 sell signals in the hourly scale. Mid term outlook is neutral and daily range brings 6 green signals. The only 5% long interbank is neutral, just like the 4-hour indicators.

Euro/Yen has 4 sell signals in the short term. Mid term models are mostly neutral and 4 studies point North in the long term, which are backed up by the 16% long interbank.

Forex Trading Signals – March 19, 2018

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

Euro/Dollar’s hourly indicators are mixed, but both the mid and long term models are mostly red. Interbank sentiment is neutral at less than 10% long.

The Cable has mostly neutral signals in all three time ranges, which are backed up by the less than 3% short interbank stance.

Dollar/Yen has 6 neutrals in the hourly scale. Both the mid and long terms have 4 neutral signals. Interbank exposure is strongly bearish at 37% short.

Pound/Yen’s short and long term charts both have mostly neutral signals. Mid term brings 4 sell signals, but the less than 2% long interbank is neutral.

Euro/Yen has 5 neutrals in the hourly scale. Mid and long term indicators are mostly pointing South, but the 2% short interbank is neutral.

Forex Trading Signals – March 16, 2018

These are the Friday’s Daily Trading Signals. Here’s how the technical indicators line up with the interbank sentiment at 8 AM GMT.

Euro/Dollar’s hourly indicators show mixed results. Mid term chart has 4 red signals and outlook shifts to neutral in the long term, which is in line with the 12% long interbank sentiment.

The Cable has 4 buy and 4 neutral indicators in the hourly scale. Mid term is mixed as well and 4 bullish models are in the lead of the daily chart. Interbank stance is neutral, standing almost at an even balance.

Dollar/Yen has red across both the 1 and 4 hour charts. Daily indicators are mostly neutral, but the 36% short interbank exposure is bearish, just like the short and mid term models.

Pound/Yen has 6 sell signals in both the 1 and 4-hour charts. There are 4 buy and 4 neutral prompts in the long term. Interbank sentiment is neutral at only 4% long.

Euro/Yen’s short and mid term indicators are mostly red as well. 5 studies forecast no major price changes in the long term, which is backed up by the less than 1% short interbank.

Forex Trading Signals – March 15, 2018

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

Euro/Dollar has 5 sell signals in the hourly scale. Mid and long term indicators are mostly neutral, but the 15% long interbank sentiment is bullish.

Hourly indicators are mostly neutral for the Pound/Dollar. Mid and long term studies are mostly pointing North. Interbank stance is just 1% short, in line with the hourly models.

There are 4 neutrals in the hourly chart for the Dollar/Yen. 4-hour chart has 4 studies pointing south and 5 models are neutral in the long term. Interbank exposure is almost 25% short, matching the 4-hour indicators.

Pound/Yen has neutrals in lead of all three time scales, which is backed up by the only 12% short interbank sentiment.

Euro/Yen has 5 neutrals in both the short and long terms. Mid term studies are mostly pointing south, but the only 1% short interbank is neutral.

Forex Trading Signals – March 6, 2018

These are the Daily Trading Signals for Tuesday, where we’ll take a look at the technical indicators and how they compare with the interbank sentiment

Euro/Dollar has mostly neutral indicators in both the short and long terms. 4-hour chart brings 4 buy signals, but the only 13% long interbank is neutral. Indicators are mostly red in the Cable’s hourly scale. Mid and long terms have 6 and 5 neutrals respectively, which are backed up by the less than 1% short interbank sentiment.

Dollar/Yen’s 1 and 4 hour charts show mixed results. 4 models are bearish in the long term, which is in line with the 41% short interbank stance. Pound/Yen’s short term chart has 4 sell and 4 neutral signals. Mid term is mostly neutral and daily range brings 4 red prompts, which are confirmed by the 33% short interbank.

Euro/Yen has 4 sell signals in the hourly chart. Mid term is mostly green and indicators are mixed in the long term. Interbank sentiment is neutral at 2% long.

Forex Trading Signals – March 5, 2018

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Euro/Dollar has 6 indicators pointing South in the hourly chart. Mid and long terms both have 6 neutrals, which are in line with the less than 14% long interbank sentiment.

Short and long term models are mostly red for the Cable. Mid term brings 4 neutrals, matching the less than 1% long interbank.

There’s red across all three tables for the Dollar/Yen and technicals are confirmed by the close to 42% short interbank stance.

Studies are mostly pointing South in all three time ranges for the Pound/Yen as well and this outlook is matched by the 31% short interbank exposure.

Euro/Yen has 7 sell signals in the short term, 4 in the mid term and 6 in the long term. Interbank sentiment is neutral at less than 14% long.

Forex Trading Signals – March 01, 2018

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

Euro/Dollar’s hourly signals are mixed, but both the mid and long terms are clearly bearish. Interbank sentiment is neutral at less than 6% long.

The Cable shows a similar picture with mixed results in the short term and mostly bullish prompts in both the mid and long terms. Interbank stance is neutral here as well at only 2% short.

There’s mostly neutrals across the table for the Dollar/Yen, but the 42% short interbank exposure is strongly bearish.

Pound/Yen has an equal number of 4 sell signals in all three time scales. Interbank sentiment is neutral at just 1% long.

Euro/yen’s hourly indicators are mostly neutral, but outlook shifts to bearish in both the mid and long terms. The close to 23% long interbank is bullish.

Forex Trading Signals – February 23, 2018

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

Euro/Dollar has an equal number of 4 neutral signals in all three time scales, but the 22% long interbank is bullish.

The Cable’s short term indicators are split between bearish and neutral. Mid and long term models are mostly neutral, just like the 4% long interbank sentiment.

Dollar/Yen has 5 green prompts in the short term. Mid term shifts to neutral outlook and daily scale shows mixed results. Interbank stance is strongly bearish at 43% short.

Pound/Yen has 5 neutrals in both the 1 and 4-hour charts. There are 5 red prompts in the long term picture. Interbank exposure is just 1% short, in line with the short and mid term models.

Euro/Yen’s hourly models are mostly neutral, but both the mid and long term charts are mostly red. Interbank sentiment is bullish at 24% long.

Forex Trading Signals – February 22, 2018

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

Euro/Dollar’s short and long term indicators are mostly neutral. There are 6 red prompts in the 4-hour chart, but the close to 23% long interbank sentiment is bullish.

Pound/Dollar’s 1 and 4-hour charts show mostly red signals, but outlook shifts to neutral in the long term, which is matched by the less than 12% long interbank stance.

Most of the studies are neutral in all three Dollar/Yen’s time scales, but interbank exposure is strongly bearish at 45% short.

There’s red across the table for the Pound/Yen. 6 models are pointing South in both the 1 and 4 hour charts and 5 in the long term. Interbank is less defined at only 7% short.

Technicals are predominantly bearish for the Euro/yen in all three time ranges as well, but the 37% long interbank sentiment points in a different direction.

Forex Trading Signals – February 20, 2018

You’re watching the Daily Trading Signals for Tuesday. Here’s how our in-house model tests out.

Euro/Dollar has red across both the 1 and 4-hour charts. Daily range brings 6 neutrals. The 26% long interbank sentiment is bullish.

Pound/Dollar shows a similar picture – both the short and mid term models are mostly red and daily outlook shifts to neutral, which is in line with the only 3% long interbank sentiment.

Dollar/Yen has 8 and 6 buy signals in the 1 and 4-hours respectively. 4 models are neutral in the long term, but the 34% short interbank stance is bearish.

Pound/Yen has an equal number of 5 neutrals in both the 1 and 4-hour charts. 4 models are red in the long term. The only 4% long interbank is in line with the short and mid term indicators.

Euro/Yen’s 1 and 4-hour charts show mostly neutral signals. 5 models are red in the daily scale. The 35% long interbank points in a different direction.

Forex Trading Signals – February 15, 2018

Find out how the interbank compares with the technicals at 8 AM GMT by watching the Daily Trading Signals.

Euro/Dollar’s 1 and 4 hour models are predominantly bullish, but outlook is mixed in the long term. Interbank sentiment is almost 30% long, in line with the short and mid term signals.

Pound/Dollar’s outlook is similar – both the 1 and 4-hour charts are mostly green. Daily range brings 5 neutrals, which is matched by the less than 6% long interbank stance.

There’s red across the table for the Dollar/Yen and outlook is similar according to the interbank exposure, which is 40% short.

Pound/Yen’s 1 and 4-hour charts have 5 and 4 neutral signals respectively. Daily models are mostly pointing South, but the less than 2% short interbank is neutral.

Euro/Yen’s short and mid term indicators are mostly neutral. There are 6 sell signals in the long term chart. Interbank sentiment points in a different direction at 18% long.

Forex Trading Signals – February 13, 2018

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

Euro/Dollar’s 1 and 4-hour charts show mostly green signals and outlook shifts to neutral in the long term. The close to 24% long interbank matches the short and mid term technicals.

Pound/Dollar’s hourly models are mostly bullish, mid term outlook is neutral and 5 models are red in the daily range. Interbank sentiment is just 5% long, in line with the 4-hour outlook.

Dollar/Yen has bearish signals in lead of all three time scales, which is backed up by the 47% short interbank stance.

Pound/Yen’s technicals are pointing South across the board as well, but interbank sentiment is less defined at only 6% long.

There’s a similar outlook for the Euro/yen – short and mid terms are mostly bearish, but daily scale is mixed with 4 sell and 4 neutral prompts. The more than 18% long interbank is bullish and points in a different direction.

Forex Trading Signals – February 09, 2018

Find out how the interbank compares with the technicals at 8 AM GMT by watching the Daily Trading Signals.

Euro/Dollar’s hourly studies are mostly pointing North, but both the mid and long terms are mostly neutral. The 23% long interbank stance is bullish, just like the hourly models.

Pound/Dollar’s short term brings 5 bullish signals. 4 studies are neutral in the mid term and 4 indicators are red in the long term. The less than 15% long interbank sentiment is neutral.

There are 5 green signals in the Dollar/Yen’s short term. Mid term is mostly neutral and daily range brings mixed results. The 42% short interbank is strongly bearish.

Pound/Yen has 5 buy signals in the short term, 5 neutrals in the mid term and 5 sell prompts in the daily scale. The close to 26% long interbank exposure is bullish, just like the hourly models.

6 indicators are pointing North for the Euro/Yen in the hourly chart. 4-hour chart has 5 neutrals and 6 models are red in the daily range. The close to 34% long interbank is bullish, just like the hourly signals.

Forex Trading Signals – February 01, 2018

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

Euro/Dollar’s 1 and 4 hours both have 4 neutral signals. Daily models are mostly pointing up, just like the 37% long interbank sentiment.

Pound/Dollar has 5 neutrals in the hourly scale. Mid term is mixed and 6 studies are bullish in the daily scale. The less than 5% short interbank stance is neutral.

Dollar/Yen’s 1 and 4 hour charts both are green. Daily range is mixed with 4 sell and 4 neutral prompts. Interbank exposure is bearish at 32% short.

Pound/Yen’s short and mid term models are mostly pointing North. There are 4 neutrals in the long term, but the 26% long interbank matches the 1 and 4 hour outlooks.

Euro/Yen has 5 green indicators in both the 1 and 4 hour charts. 6 studies are neutral in the long term, matching the 13% long interbank.

Thursday Support and Resistance Levels – February 01, 2018

Hello traders, let’s see where the Support and Resistance levels stand this Thursday morning.

Euro/Dollar is trading in the range limited by R1 of 1 2470 and S1 of 1 2390. R3 is well confirmed with 9 matches, including a price channel indicator upper line, a Bollinger upper band and a 2 year high. R1 and R2 have 3 confirmations each and the second line is a psychological level. S1 has a total of 8 confirmations. S3 follows with 5 matches and it’s a 20 day moving average. There are 2 studies near S2.

The Cable has the closest levels of 1 4270 in resistance and 1 4150 in support. R2 leads in resistance with 8 confirmations and it’s both a price channel indicator upper line and a Bollinger upper band. R1 posts 3 matches and there’s just one confirmation for R3. S1 has 5 matches. S3 follows with 2 and it’s a 20 day moving average. S2 is a psychological level. Dollar/Yen finds itself between R1 of 109 40 and S1 of 109.

A 20 day moving average is one of the 5 matches for R3. R2 is a psychological level with a total of 3 confirmations and 2 studies are near R1. S1 has found 9 matches. 5 studies are near S2 and a price channel indicator lower line is one of them. S3 has 2 confirmations, including a Bollinger lower band.

And Dollar/Swiss Franc stands below R1 of 0 9360 and above S1 of 0 9290. There are 11 studies near the closest resistance level. R2 and R3 both have 2 matches and the highest line is a psychological level. S1 has a 2 year low and a price channel indicator lower line among its 9 confirmations. There’s only a single match for both S2 and S3.

Forex Trading Signals – January 31, 2018

These are the daily Trading Signals for Wednesday. Here’s how the interbank compares with the technicals at 8 AM GMT.

All three Euro/Dollar’s time ranges bring an equal number of 5 bullish signals and they are in line with the almost 40% long interbank sentiment.

Pound/Dollar’s hourly studies are mostly neutral, but outlook shifts to bullish in both the mid and long terms. The less than 2% short interbank matches the hourly indicators.

Dollar/Yen has 4 sell prompts in the short term. 4 indicators are neutral in the mid term and 5 signals are red in the daily scale. The 33% short interbank is bearish, just like the short and long term models. There are 5 neutrals in

Pound/Yen’s short term chart. Both mid and long terms show mixed results. The close to 41% long interbank is strongly bullish.

Euro/Yen’s 1 and 4 hour charts bring 7 and 4 buy prompts respectively. There are 4 sell signals in the daily chart, but the 23% long interbank matches the 1 and 4 hour outlooks.

Wednesday Support and Resistance Levels – January 31, 2018

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

Euro/Dollar is now trading in the range limited by R1 of 1 25 and S1 of 1 24. First two resistance levels both have 2 confirmations. R1 is a psychological level and R2 is a price channel indicator upper line. There’s just a single match for R3. S1 has found 6 matches. There are 3 studies near S3, which is a 2 year low and only a 10 day moving average is near S2.

The Cable has the closest levels of 1 4310 in resistance and 1 4150 in support. R2 is both a weekly high and a price channel indicator upper line. R1 is backed up by a Bollinger upper band and R3 is a psychological level. There are 2 studies near S1. S2 is a psychological level and S3 is a 20 day moving average.

Dollar/Yen has been hovering between R1 of 109 10 and S1 of 108 40. R1 leads in resistance with 11 confirmations. R3 posts 6 matches and a 20 day moving average is among them.

There are 4 confirmations for the psychological level R2. S1 is confirmed by a price channel indicator lower line and 4 more models. S2 and S3 have 3 confirmations each. The second line is a Bollinger lower band and S3 is a 12 month low.

And Dollar/Swiss Franc finds itself between R1 of 0 9390 and S1 of 0 9290. R1 and R2 both have 5 matches and the second line used to be a 2 year low. There are 3 confirmations for R3, which is a psychological level. S1 has a price channel indicator lower line among its 3 matches. S2 and S3 both have just a single confirmation and S3 is a psychological level of 0 90.

Forex Trading Signals – January 30, 2018

You’re watching the Daily Trading Signals for Tuesday. Here’s how the technical indicators compare with the interbank stance at 8 AM GMT.

Euro/Dollar’s 1 and 4 hour indicators are mostly red, but outlook shifts to neutral in the daily scale. Interbank sentiment is strongly bullish at more than 40% long.

The Cable shows a similar pattern, where short and mid terms are dominated by red prompts, but daily range is neutral, just like the only 1% long interbank.

Most of the hourly and daily models are bearish for the Dollar/Yen. Mid term is neutral and the 30% short interbank matches the short and long term outlooks.

Pound/Yen has red across the 1 and 4 hour charts. Long term is led by 5 neutrals, which is matched by the 13% long interbank stance.

Euro/Yen’s technical indicators are pointing South in all three time scales, but the 32% long interbank points in a different direction.

Tuesday Support and Resistance Levels – January 30, 2018

You’re watching the Support and Resistance Level Report for Tuesday. Here’s how our in-house model tests out.

First up is the Euro/Dollar, which is trading in the range limited by R1 of 1 2380 and S1 of 1 2310. R1 and R3 both have 3 confirmations and the highest level is a price channel indicator upper line. R2 is both a psychological level and a Bollinger upper band. S3 is a 2 year low with a total of 4 confirmations.

There are 3 studies near S2, which is a 20 day moving average and 2 models are near S1. The Cable has the closest levels of 1 4120 in resistance and 1 4030 in support. R1 and R3 have 3 matches each and the highest level is a price channel indicator upper line. Bollinger upper band is among the 2 matches for R2. S2 is a psychological level with a total of 3 matches. 2 studies are near S1 and S3 is a 20 day moving average.

Dollar/Yen trades below R1 of 109 30 and above S1 of 108 50. R3 leads in resistance with 8 confirmations and it’s a 20 day moving average. R1 has a total of 6 confirmations and 4 studies are near R2, which is a psychological level. Bollinger lower band is one of the 4 matches for S1. S2 sees 3 confirmations and S3 is a psychological level.

And last up is the Dollar/Swiss Franc, which currently stands between R1 of 0 9390 and S1 of 0 9350. R3 is confirmed by a 20 day moving average and 5 more models. R1 follows with 3 confirmations and there are 2 studies near R2, which is a psychological level. S1 is backed up by a Bollinger lower band and 9 more models. Price channel indicator lower line is among the 3 confirmations for S2 and S3 is a psychological level.

Forex Trading Signals – January 29, 2018

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

Euro/Dollar sees 4 bearish signals in the short-term. The mid-term is split between red and neutral models, and the daily outlook sees 4 buy prompts, matching the more than 39% long interbank.

Bearish models prevail on the Cable’s short and mid-term charts. The 24-hour scale turns neutral with 4 models, and it is supported by the 5% long interbank sentiment.

All three time ranges bring different results for the Dollar/Yen, which sees 5 buy prompts on its hourly chart and 5 neutral signals on its 4-hour scale. The 24-hour chart brings no less than 7 sell prompts, in line with the more than 29% short interbank.

Pound/Yen has neutral models prevailing in all three time ranges, with 4 neutral signals in both the short and mid-term and 6 in the long-term, but, in contrast, the interbank is bullish at more than 35% long.

And 5 studies point North on Euro/Yen’s hourly chart. The 4 and 24-hour scales see 5 neutral models each, but the interbank is bullish at more than 40% long, backing up the 1-hour models.