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    Supply and Demand trading report

    Result Commentary GBPAUD - closed 10 September 2016
    An excellent trade that produced more than a 4:1 reward ratio, despite lacking entry precision. The market managed to reach deep into the level (possibly due to the minor last-moment supply speed-bump that was created just above our level while price was returning to it), but then reversed sharply and kept running in our favor until the end of the week. Cutting the upper wicks tightened our entry and improved our reward ratio and final profit, but the minor supply speed-bump was a reason to take some small early partial profit out of the market in case it proved to be stronger than expected. Overall the trade exceeded our expectations by producing such a large move in just around 1.5 days.

    Signal Details:
    Pair: GBPAUD
    Published to subscribers: 2016-09-03, 16:06 UTC
    Supply / Demand: Demand
    Natural timeframe: 4H
    Likely market reaction (Bounce / Normal): Bounce / Normal, continuation
    Upper level boundary with wicks: 1.7322 (preferred), or 1.7343 (includes 1H wicks)
    Lower level boundary with wicks: 1.7260
    Level visible on chart near (UTC): 2016-08-29 8PM UTC

    Original Signal Screenshot: GBPAUD 4H


    Result:
    Pips made available (from theoretical best entry): 349
    Realistic likely result (gain range in pips): 180 to 260
    Overall trade performance: Excellent

    Result screenshot: GBPAUD 4H


    Result Commentary GBPAUD - closed 14 September 2016
    We got a nice bounce with a precise entry just above our Demand level. The very thin level allowed us to achieve a high reward ratio without requiring a larger move, so overall this was a very good trade for a simple bounce setup.

    Signal Details:
    Pair: CADCHF
    Published to subscribers: 2016-08-04, 18:45 UTC
    Supply / Demand: Demand
    Natural timeframe: 4H
    Likely market reaction (Bounce / Normal): Bounce
    Upper level boundary with wicks: 0.7371
    Lower level boundary with wicks: 0.7346
    Level visible on chart near (UTC): 2016-08-02 8PM UTC

    Original Signal Screenshot: CADCHF 4H


    Result:
    Pips made available (from theoretical best entry): 67
    Realistic likely result (gain range in pips): 30 to 50
    Overall trade performance: Good (bounce)

    Result screenshot: CADCHF 1H


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    Result Commentary GBPAUD - closed 14 September 2016
    A good trade overall, although not without some minor difficulties. Our entry was precise and the trade was profitable quickly, but the market left some Supply behind while approaching to the level. This is can be seen as a mini-reversal from area A back to the level (when price reached the recent lows on the left of area A). Taking some partial profit there was generally a good idea, while if you moved your stop for the remaining position to break-even and got taken out during this retracement, it wasn't necessarily a mistake. Judging after the fact we can also see that if we had chosen to cut the upper wicks we would have gotten a slightly better entry while also skipping the mini-reversal, but there was no way to know this in advance. Finally, even with the Supply above invalidated, there was no reason to hold a position during the interest rates announcement that was approaching as our Demand level had also been used by that point.

    Signal Details:
    Pair: GBPUSD
    Published to subscribers: 2016-09-03, 15:39 UTC
    Supply / Demand: Demand
    Natural timeframe: 4H
    Likely market reaction (Bounce / Normal): Bounce / Normal, continuation
    Upper level boundary with wicks: 1.3158
    Lower level boundary without wicks: 1.3120
    Level visible on chart near (UTC): 2016-08-31 8PM UTC

    Original Signal Screenshot: GBPUSD 4H


    Result:
    Pips made available (from theoretical best entry): 138
    Realistic likely result (gain range in pips): 40 to 80
    Overall trade performance: Good

    Result screenshot: GBPUSD 4H


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    All about Support Resistance & Supply Demand is here - this pubic thread is having EA tested and free to download:

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    Harmonic Trading (Metatrader 4) thread is here. The list of the tols with the link to download - see the first post of the thread.

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    Supply and Demand is NOT the same as support and resistance

    Quote Originally Posted by newdigital View Post
    All about Support Resistance & Supply Demand is here - this pubic thread is having EA tested and free to download

    I would like to add my own opinion regarding the differences between "Supply and Demand", and "support and resistance".

    The main point is, the novice "support and resistance" is commonly based on completely arbitrary tools like moving averages, indicators, oscillators etc. These have always been arbitrary tools, never meant to define precise entries and exits. Change one parameter and you get another result. Not only that, but they all lag price. in order for the computer to run the calculation, prices have to be input into the calculations. Even if these can show rates increasing or decreasing, and to extrapolate everything into the "future", they still lag price. And no matter how common these tools are, they are no less arbitrary. Just ask the 95% of traders that lose money week after week.

    Supply and Demand on the other hand is about recognizing specific events like a Supply/Demand imbalance, and then using that in your favor next time returns to that area, whenever that is, tomorrow or next month. There is no informational gap/space to be covered by an indicator or an oscillator, the initial event is known as soon as it happens.

    Those that want to read the main article can find it here:
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    I think it's worth reading, even if some truths are hard to admit sometimes. If you are happy with your current results, then you shouldn't change anything at all. But if you are not happy as it is, then you might want to consider alternative ways of thinking and/or trading.

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    There are a lot of main articles and the videos uploaded directly to our forum (incl free indicators for free to download) so it may be good to read the other articles and to use free indicators other than to subscribe to some your "black box" for example - just my opinion.

    Anyway - thanks.
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    Supply/Demand Basics webinar of Sam Seiden, Vice President of Education at Online Trading Academy - go to this link on fxstreet - this is 40 minutes webinar.
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    An Introduction to supply and demand

    Tutorial on Introduction to supply and demand for microeconomics, Principle of Economics, and good for GCSE revision.

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