two years ago, in 2012 I started sending mid-week updates to my Newsletter subscribers in order to provide additional information and as a way to show my gratitude and thanking my followers for their support and continued interest in my work.
Here is my Mid-Week review for yesterday Wednesdays October 8, 2014 that I have published to my newsletter subscribers.
A lot of pairs have broken their sequences of measured moves on the daily timeframe that are implied by existence of algorithms on it. This is quite a significant development because it could mean that pairs are ready to a short covering bounce.
In this post I provide an updated analysis for all the 12 markets I currently follow: EUR/USD, S&P500 e-mini futures, Dollar Index futures, Gold mini futures, USD/JPY, EUR/JPYU, GBP/JPY, EUR/CAD, GBP/USD, AUD/USD, USD/CAD and NZD/USD.
Mid-Week updates integrate my weekly newsletter I only send to subscribers. Mid-Week updates come in the format of a 20 minutes video analysis of the current setups. In these videos I anticipate where algos trading is pushing price into in the forex and fugures markets I follow.
Find yesterday’s video below:
Note that price projections in my method are not from/to random levels and do not follow Elliot Wave, DiNapoli levels or other methods, but rather a proprietary method based on modeling effects of Program and Algorithmic Trading on price.
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Giuseppe Basile, CMT, B.Sc. Eng., MA.Fin,
SIAT/IFTA associate, Researcher and Trading Mentor
FXStreet.com Contributor and Toronto Forex Meetup leader