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Brand new weekly trading analysis, here’s what you’ll get… 

Last Updated: May 18, 2022

By Rayner Teo


A few days ago…

I asked you for feedback on my weekly trading analysis, and I’ve got 207 traders sharing their thoughts with me.

I’ve read every single one of your feedback and took it into consideration. And now, you’ve got an improved version of the weekly analysis.

So here’s what you’ll get:

  • Charts I’m looking at for the week (including the important technical levels)
  • Once a month analysis of the global equity markets
  • More trade reviews that include my entries, exits and trade management


In this week’s trading analysis video, we cover the upcoming presidential election and its impact on the global financial markets.

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Brand new weekly trading analysis, here’s what you’ll get

Moving on…

These are charts you want to pay attention this week, and their key levels.

Brent Crude Oil Daily:
Copper Daily:

EUR/GBP Daily:

EUR/USD Daily:

GBP/AUD Daily:

Gold Daily:

Nasdaq Daily:

Once you’ve had the chance to watch, I’d love to know…

What are your thoughts on this new weekly trading analysis?

Leave a comment below and let me know.

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  • Hey Rayner, don’t listen to the detractors you do a fantastic job using your own time, energy and knowledge to pass on these great videos.
    I, for one, thank you sincerely.

  • rayner,

    you have start with broad market and fundalmental view and go into specific individual pair in technical view.

    like this one!

  • Rayner, excellent analysis thank you so much for your effort. I love your honesty when you show your losing trades – that for me makes you a great personality. Please keep up the good work!

  • I love your weekly analysis, but would have loved if commentaries are attached to the pairs in focus as this will help the traders understand the backup for the chart positions.
    I would also love to see more fx pairs added to the commentary by next week so that traders can be able to pick from varieties, lol

    • Hi Noble,

      Here’s how I will interpret the charts; If the trend is up and the market retraces to an area of Support, I’ll look to get long. When exactly I enter depends on the price action of the markets.

      I’m not a signal service so I don’t share any buy/sell calls. It’s up to the trader how they interpret these levels and the markets. Hope it helps!

  • Thank you Rayner for another great job!! In spite of being down with flu, your analysis have been explained in detail… I wish we could see you trading live.

  • Thanks Rayner for your updates. Valuable teachings for newbie like me.

    Many pairs like the eurusd, audjpy, usdjpy and others opened this week with an adjusted +/- 80 pip difference.

    In your opinion, how does that affect the price action, analysis or anything along that line for that matter.

  • Thanks Rayner. As usual, I’ve gained valuable lessons from your videos.
    I’m using similar way, but instead of daily, i go for 4H, and confirm the trend from your website.

    Would like to know that you use 1H time frame for entry, according to daily chart. One of your video mentioned the concept of 4-6 timeframe. That mean you should be using 4H rather than 1H, right?

    Thanks again.

    • Hi Sam,

      That’s a good question. For me, I use daily and H1 quite often since I tend to read the price action on H1 before taking an entry. Sometimes if the market tends to range on H1 for a long period, I’ll go to H4 for a “summary” version of the price action.

  • Hey hey Rayner! Hope you are doing well by now.

    Long video? Goodness!! you are so to the point and never long or short.

    Only thing that still confuses me is when two time frames show conflicting trend and so does the RSI and Stocastic. It would be helpful if you could focus one of your teaching on this topic. Unless you have dealt with it before. Then please guide me to that lesson.

    • Hi Nat,

      This question can be a little subjective to answer. I suggest checking out the Tradersfest masterclass as I shared how I enter a trade even though the daily may be trading against H1. I think that should answer your question.

      Let me know if it helps 🙂

  • Hi Rayner
    Can you share how do you normally determine your position sizing for fx, future,commodities relative to risk per trade R.
    That is the method to determine the nos of contracts or units to enter into such that the 1R is consistent.

    • Hi William

      You can use a position sizing calculator to help you with it.

      A quick google search will be able to show you a few calculators you can use…

  • Hi Rayner,
    I have noticed in your recent weekly video analysis sharing more on swing trading rather than trend trading. I thought you are a Long Term Trend trader and mentor as you have an interesting trend following ebook.

    Some time I got confused by your video analysis that you are sharing more on the swing technique and trade using lower time frame like one hour for day trading I suppose. If we are
    using higher time frame daily and weekly chart and why can’t we enter trade using daily chart which is more stable and less noise ?

    I just find that your video analysis has diverted a little and not the same as before where you speak a lot about trend movement ,trending pairs, identifying trend…etc. I hope to see your analysis on trending market in all assets (Not stocks). That is what I wish to learn from you. I’m a trend lover.


    • Hi Steven,

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I’m both a trend follower and swing trader, and I have 2 accounts for each approach.

      Although I enter on H1, it’s usually in line with the trend on daily.

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