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Price regions which I like for week April 1-5 2019

Jon2019
Apr 03 2019 at 07:31
18 posts
Theses screengrabs are for observational purposes only.

1. At the end of March 29, 2019 on the right side of each chart, there are a few new distinct regions of grey colour. These are for the week of April 1 - 5.

2. Those new grey regions may be price turning points for the whole week.

3. The highest and lowest regions may act as the high and low for the whole week, or only as the high or only as the low.

4. On rare occasions the price may traverse the highest or lowest region.

5. Currency pairs included in screengrabs are as follows:

 AUD-CAD AUD-JPY

 CAD-JPY

 CHF-JPY

 EUR-AUD EUR-CAD EUR-JPY EUR-NZD EUR-USD

 GBP-AUD GBP-CAD GBP-CHF GBP-NZD GBP-USD NZD-JPY

6. You may observe the previous week on the screengrab, in order to better understand the possible function of the regions.

Once again, these screengrabs are for observational purposes only.



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Jon2019
Apr 07 2019 at 06:32
18 posts
On March 31, the above post was made, both text and screengrabs.
The screengrabs in that post have grey regions which were classified as the following trading week's (April 1 - 6 2019) turning points or highs and lows for 15 currency pairs.

The week of April 1-6 2019 has now concluded.

These new screengrabs have been made on April 6. They contain the exact same grey regions as the first screengrabs, yet with the completed week's price candles.

The predicted turning points were a complete success. Hundreds of pips in total movement across all 15 pairs.

Several grey regions acted as price turning points.

A total of 8 pairs had their price stopped on the high/low regions.

The previous weeks high and low regions also played a small role.


Regions for next week April 8-12 2019 will be posted on Sunday April 7 2019


Jon2019
Apr 07 2019 at 06:34
18 posts
Jon2019
Apr 08 2019 at 06:24
18 posts
As evidence in photos above show, these regions are reliablely helpful for observation on any currency pair.

This week (April 7-12 2019) will include regions in green for only four pairs...

AUD-USD
EUR-USD
GBP-USD
JPY-USD


As the first post says, these are for observational purposes only.

*If you need regions for another pair, you may make a request for them.
*If you need regions for an index or commodity, you may make a request for them.

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Jon2019
Apr 08 2019 at 06:25
18 posts
Reposting for inclusion of USD-JPY photo

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Jon2019
Apr 14 2019 at 06:23
18 posts
The end of week April 12 has proven a success for forecasted regions.

See photos for results of forecasted regions.*

The AUD-USD opened the week and bounced off the first region it found and eventually ended on the forecasted high region.

The EUR-USD opened the week and immediately leaped off the first region and went to the high region. It found 2 more bounces on regions before exiting the high region.

The GBP-USD remained strictly within the inner regions.

The USD-JPY bounced on its first region but then traversed through it and found the low region. It then rocketed up over 120 pips.

*Doubt they were forecasted? Check photos of previous post.

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Jon2019
Apr 14 2019 at 11:23
18 posts
For those who need an easier visual guide.

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Jon2019
Apr 14 2019 at 11:27
18 posts
NEW regions for week of April 15-19 2019

Possible important turning points.

For observational purposes only.

AUD-USD
EUR-USD
GBP-USD
USD-JPY


Korich
Apr 15 2019 at 10:33
10 posts
How do you predict your turning points? It looks like support and resistance but do you also use something else?

Jon2019
Apr 21 2019 at 06:38
18 posts
Korich posted:
How do you predict your turning points? It looks like support and resistance but do you also use something else?


Something else. Cannot share such information.
Thank you for your questions.

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