Hey hey, what’s up my friend!
You probably know that I’ve made the switch to TradingView as my charting platform.
And I’ve got questions from a few subscribers who asked me…
Why did you make the switch?
Is TradingView better?
Is it worth it?
So, I wrote a blog post covering the full details (including the pros & cons) — and I’ll release it later this week. Stay tuned!
Back to this week’s video, you’ll learn:
- Which stock markets are the strongest right now — and how to find low-risk entries on it?
- Is the USD weakness likely to continue, or reverse?
- Why looking at one timeframe is misleading and could cost you dearly — here’s what you should do instead
So, 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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Hey Rayner thanks for all the free videos and the strategies which have made me profitable so far. but using your methods i cant analyze a particular pair which i want you to help me deal with it.please help me explain what AUDCAD is doing right now.
Magesty from Nigeria.
You can use 200ma as a filter.
If the price is above it… you can look to long.
If the price is below it… you can look to short.
If in doubt, stay out.
Thanks Rayner for all the good work you have been doing. Wish you all the best man.
You’re welcome, Daniel. cheers
Great video as always Rayner – thank you! Especially appreciate your market commentary on USD weakness. That’s been quite the move in the dollar index (and thus many key currency pairs). Will certainly be watching closely.
Thanks again and have a great week!
Thank you for your support, Jay.
As always, I appreciate it.