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Finally, a major bottom on this hated currency 

Last Updated: August 1, 2019

By Rayner Teo

Hey hey, what’s up my friends!

Things were a little busy during the enrollment of The Trend Following Mentorship Program. Thus I stopped the weekly analysis for 2 weeks.

So now that enrollment is closed, things are back to normal — and I’m happy to be back!

Moving on…

In this week’s market analysis, you’ll learn:

  • The 3 best trading setups I’m looking at right now — and how to trade them (step by step)
  • This hated currency has formed a major bottom and why you should not be shorting it
  • Why the USD/INR is ready to make a BIG MOVE — and how to get in the trade “early”

Are you ready?

Then click below to watch this week’s video…

I hope you’ve enjoyed this week’s analysis.

If you’ve got any questions, don’t hesitate to let me know in the comments section below. Cheers!

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  • Nice analysis Rayner – interesting that you are looking beyond the majors to pairs like USD/INR and also commodities. Let’s see if EUR/USD can continue to power higher this week!

  • Hi Rayner. You are fantastic as usual. I ‘d like to have your opinion on Elliot Waves.
    I hear sometimes of 2 or 3 cycles.
    Which is your opinion on the matter. ?
    Thank you

  • Hi Rayner, your analysis is excellent! I took the cocoa trade and now is running profitably in green pips! Thank you so much. Keep up the good work.

  • Hi Teo a small question: is the rule of 200 SMA (above prices short and under prices long) valid only on higher timeframes or also on lower timeframes? Or for lower timeframes is it better to use a differenti moving Average? Thank you

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