Hope your Week is going better than mine! Though my Swing Trades are all looking good and even the DOW swing short is still showing good profits despite this Week's 500 point rise, the 2 day trades I entered today left a lot to be desired!
So I've had a scan through my watchlist and the following charts define those I consider most likely
Selling on Indices is pretty much established now so unless you are already in swing shorts, entering positions now based solely on the targets detailed in this post is probably not worth the risk for the small potential reward.
However, if you are already positioned here are some levels that will
Here's a few charts from the current Watch list.
Most of these correlate with one another so if S/R works on one of them, it should work on all of them simultaneously. But there's always a spanner in the works somewhere..... FTSE has broken it's support:
This full analysis doesn't hold any particular bias and may or may not result in the taking of new trading positions, but I'd like to share my thoughts on what I see in the charts based on historic variations of similar set-ups and discuss the possible outcomes.
The Weekly chart doesn't appear to be at an obvious
Another Week has ended where the positions I've chosen to run have not performed as well as some of those I intended on running but never actually entered.
Last Weekend I discussed (here) the bearish characteristics across all of the main Indices particularly
Today hasn't been particularly good to me. All open swing trades are now red!
AUD:NZD was +200 last Week, now showing -35
GBP:NZD was +120 within hours of entering the position, now showing -110
GBP:CHF was +140 when I got up this morning, now showing -45 on rumours of SNB raising the Euro Peg.
Amazing how quickly things can change. GBP:CHF has suprised me the most as it looked incredibly bearish yesterday and I remember thinking it could be one
Having taken a closer look at most of the Swing Trade candidates for next Week I've concluded that most FX pairs I'm watching need at least another session to determine their viability. By the same token so do Indices and although we are seeing strong bearish signs we've yet to see a confirmed lower high.
Flicking through a number of blogs it's quite clear that