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USDCHF – Outside Bar and bullish divergence – 23.08.2019

On the USDCHF pair (dollar to Swiss franc), yesterday's daily candle engulfed the Tuesday candle, creating the Price Action (Outside Bar) formations. On the...

GBPJPY still in the Inside Bar but broke from the Outside Bar – 19.08.2019

On Friday I analysed the situation on this pair's chart, but I think it's still worth focusing my attention on this instrument, which is...

When Theory Meets Practice – week 32 – 17.08.2019

The passing week was one trading day shorter due to Thursday's holiday, celebrated not only in Europe. I included two analyses, both turned out...

GBPJPY – 2in1 Inside Bar and Outside Bar – 16.08.2019

A very interesting formation has formed on the GBPJPY pair on the daily chart. Tuesday's larger and Wednesday's smaller daily candle formed the Inside...

“When Theory meets Practice” (week 31) 10.08.2019

Weekend is good for a summary of the passing week. I compare my analyses (theory) with what the real market (practice) had done on...

USDJPY – bullish engulfing but sentiment still bearish – 07.08.2019

As in the title: on USDJPY a bullish engulfing pattern was formed yesterday on the daily chart, but the behavior of the price and...

GBPUSD – bullish divergence gives hope for a growth correction – 05.08.2019

A week ago I wrote about GBPUSD indicating the breakout from the Inside Bar and the high probability of drops, which occurred as expected...

GBPUSD – declines to be continued after breakout from Inside Bar – 29.07.2019

This isn't a good time for the pound. Boris Johnson's election to the UK premiere didn't help much with the GBP, after a moment...

“When Theory meets Practice” – Week 29 – 27.07.2019

This week I have published analyses of two currency pairs, GBPNZD and EURUSD. Let us compare the theory from the analyses with what real...

EURUSD – Bullish Engulfing on Daily Chart – 26.07.2019

Today's meeting of the ECB and the decision not to change interest rates for the Eurozone caused a little more volatility in the recently...

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