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elle

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  1. I really think you cannot take divergence on it's own as a signal. I always consider a number of things
  2. price reacted , here's the update
  3. elle

    EURUSD

    Update , stops where taken (like I suggested) , liquidity grabbed to push price back down - classic
  4. elle

    Brent crude

    Update ....................
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  6. elle

    Brent crude

    1 hour chart
  7. elle

    Brent crude

    here is a 4 hr chart , price up against a trend line
  8. Swap Zones , a battle between buyers and sellers sometimes happen halfway on a trend . If you see one developing , put your fib on , so the zone is @ the 50% level & then look for price to extend to 100% . Please note , as usual, this is NOT guaranteed, but useful to look out for. Here's one that just happened
  9. update - the good ol' 150 ema
  10. here's a closer look with some Moving Averages - something's got to give soon ! Looking "Wedgey"
  11. vote tomorrow - GBPUSD volatility guaranteed I guess - chart here FWIW
  12. elle

    Brent crude

    emerging pattern - possible inverse H & S
  13. great example of this indicator capturing trends ( reversals)
  14. elle

    EURUSD

    here is a chart from before , showing the origin of that zone & it's significance
  15. elle

    EURUSD

    review ..... price moved above the green zones & took out the stops
  16. @TrendFollower from what I can see , price has reacted to that level ( there has been a period of consolidation ), it's now just a question of what happens next. I assume you took my earlier suggestion to mean that price would now fall back.
  17. elle

    Crude Oil (WTI)

    @Caseynotes I do like to look at 0 -50-100 % levels , they work so well on a lot of things. The 50% level can sometimes be identified as a "swap zone" where buyers & sellers battle for control ( can be seen by when price moves strongly in one direction , stops and reverses a bit before resuming the original trend) . Here's a BIG picture of crude oil showing some historic price zones
  18. Thought this recent video was good enough to post here
  19. elle

    Crude Oil (WTI)

    yep @Caseynotes something similar here
  20. https://www.sharescope.co.uk/sharepad.jsp https://www.stockopedia.com/ seen a lot of people on twitter using those
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