I'm still bearish on this pair. It hasn't broken major structure as of now. I'm looking for a target of 134.733 possible pullback to the next supply area which lines up with the Fibonacci level. I'm overall bearish on this pair unless the market specifies otherwise.
With Brexit news in the balance, It has allowed British Pound to become extremely bearish. Japanese Yen is definitely in more of a demand. We have broken structure to the sell side, we keep making lower lows, and under a two hour down trendline, several confluences to continue to sell. I do see small retracements however I would be super surprised if the overall...
Tesla (TSLA) has definitely been making HH, I'm looking for a projection target of 530. Looking for a break of trendline heading bullish. I will continue to buy unless the market specifies otherwise in which I will adapt.
I am looking for a burst up. We are now in a strong area of support on the 4-hour chart. We have had a strong retracement as well. Fundamentally with Musk visiting Germany these past couple of weeks with potential projects related to Tesla (TSLA) I'm still overall bullish on this stock unless the market tells me otherwise.
I am overall still bullish on this pair. Last week I was looking for some retracement movements however GJ had other plans. We could see some retracement with a continuation in a bullish direction. I don't see the bulls letting off this trend as of yet. A new HH was also formed on the 4 hour.
Overall for weeks I've been mainly bullish on this pair with minor counter trades. Last week momentum was weak. I'm looking for a projection of 137.793 Structure hasn't been broken as of yet but that could change this week.
I have been overall bullish on the TSLA stock for weeks now. I'm looking for projections of 2000.00 being that a major resistance area has now been broken. I am looking for minor correction with more bullish movement after.
It looks like the GBP/JPY is changing bias it looks like the next projection for me would be 138.500 and then I’m looking for a possible test of area 138.271 I’ve been particularly bullish on this pair for a while now. I am looking for some corrections to be made right now so I’m acting accordingly and just following whatever the market gives out for the week.
I am looking for a pull back to the 1987.200 area and a continuation of going up. Gold has been making historical highs lately and as of now I don't see that stop. I am still overall bullish on this pair unless the market tells me otherwise.
GBP/JPY has mainly been in an uptrend for the past few weeks. Last week we did see some pull back. We just broke my hour trendline upwards and I'm looking for a TP around 137.478. I do think this pair is still overall bullish with some pullbacks right now, obviously this is a counter trade unless structure is broken and the markets changes it's sentiment.
TSLA has been consolidating for a little bit now, This stock is currently at a 61.8 Fib Level, 2 Hour Upward Trendline and a 2 hour support. Market structure hasn't been broken to determine change of trend as of yet. I am still in calls and looking for next projection of 1547.35 with final projection of 1596.00
Looking for a TP of 138.848 which is also a major Weekly resistance area with possible pull backs from that area. I'm still bullish on this pair. Market structure hasn't been broken as of yet to tell me my sentiment has changed.
Looking for a intraday/swing to the projection of 134.800. It is NFP week so markets tend to bounce however it wants to bounce. We haven't broken structure to the change the sentiment of the overall trend as of yet so this would be my counter. Project lines up with a QP and resistance area on the daily chart.
I see this heading back up to the 1596 level it did break my hour uptrend line it could also retrace back down to fill that gap around the 1270 handle however I don’t think so. I think we are overall still bullish with minor retracements. I’m still buying unless the market tells me otherwise.
As of now I don't see momentum on the U.S. Dollar to turn bullish. If you've been selling you have been doing a great thing. With the health crisis and what is going on in the U.S. alot of its pairs are also bearish for the most part.