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GBPUSD – under supply pressure – 14.05.2019

GBPUSD - a currency pair susceptible to situations around Brexit, so be very careful, keep track of UK news and secure your orders with...

When Theory Meets Practice” – week 19th – 11/05/2019

Last week I analyzed three currency pairs: USDJPY, USDCHF and AUDUSD. The first two pairs, according to the principles of Price Action and its...

USDJPY, USDCHF – possible further strengthening of Yen and Franc – 06.05.2019

Last week I analysed the two currency pairs USDJPY and USDCHF with quite good results. Looking at the current situation on the charts, they...

“When Theory Meets Practice” – Week 18th – 04/05/2019

The passing week, popularly known as the "long weekend", did not abound in important events in the country by the Vistula River because of...

USDCHF – false breakout from Inside Bar indicates declines – 30/04/2019

USDCHF - daily candle from 23.04 created Inside Bar formation, because for the next two days the quotations were not able to overcome its...

USDJPY – Inside Bar and divergence signal declines – 29/04/2019

USDJPY - since the beginning of the year, the quotations of the pair have been moving in an upward trend and since the memorable...

AUDJPY – leaving the Inside Bar may herald drops – 24/04/2019

AUDJPY - Since mid-January, the quotations have been consolidated to the 250p range. The pair broke out from the formation on 12 April, but...

USDCAD – breaking out from a triangle – 09/04/2019

USDCAD quotations since the beginning of March have been moving in a consolidation with an ever smaller amplitude which turned to be a triangle...

GBPJPY – breaks out from the channel – 04.04.2019

Since the beginning of the year, GBPJPY has been moving in a growth channel with a range of over 550p. The channel's support in...

GBPAUD – retest of the wedge support – 02/04/2019

Successive ineffective votes in the UK Parliament result in greater volatility in British pound pairs, which on the one hand increases the speculative risk...

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