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  • It looks like a lot of human traders existed their long EUR/USD during the last week correction.   От technical outllok
  • You can see that the Long - Shorton ratio is highly inconsistent with the actual correlations between main currency pairs. For example: EUR/USD 67 % are Short and 32.8 % are Long GBP/USD 61.55 are Long and 38.4 % are Short However between those...
  • As you look at this chart and as you make simple technical analysis it looks like the crowd is against one of the strongest technical analysis signals.  This can be seen easily on this shot. In the technical analysis there is seldom a more...
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    • JohnLast 2999 days ago

      As you look at this chart and as you make simple technical analysis it looks like the crowd is against one of the strongest technical analysis signals. 

      This can be seen easily on this shot. In the technical analysis there is seldom a more powerfull signal than a break - out in the direction of an established trend. And still the human crow is bearish.

       

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      You can compare with the screen shots of the previous post that still there is no big change from the positioning of the crowd.

       

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    • JohnLast 2999 days ago

      You can see that the Long - Shorton ratio is highly inconsistent with the actual correlations between main currency pairs.

      For example:

      EUR/USD 67 % are Short and 32.8 % are Long

      GBP/USD 61.55 are Long and 38.4 % are Short

      However between those pairs EUR/USD and GBP/USD is a very strong historical correlation:

       

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    • JohnLast 2988 days ago

      It looks like a lot of human traders existed their long EUR/USD during the last week correction.

       

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  • JohnLast commented on the file Ranging and Volatile market state 3204 days ago
    I can add a more recent example of ranging and volatile market conditions.    От Oanda open orders   However we we look at multiframe perspective things are even more interesting. That is because what may appear...
  • I updated the blog post with some new ideas how the robots are cooperating with the big players when they try to activate an accumulation of open orders. The result is that the retail guys enter in masses into the market when the market is no...
  • JohnLast commented on the file Ranging and Volatile market state 3311 days ago
    OK now I would show another shot from oanda. It is about the same market condition ranging and volatile. Where where the accumulation of stops and what levels were actually reached? Pay...
  • JohnLast commented on the file Oversold levels and open orders 3345 days ago
    Jack1 thanks for the comments. The whole story if Open orders is very interesting to me, everybody knows about fibonacci retracements and how to draw trendlines but a quite a few are aware of the order flow levels. Here we have e delayed...
  • Jack1 commented on the file Oversold levels and open orders 3346 days ago
    It may be in this theory:  Sellers of euro see there is no buy order there, so, they exit out their short trades. No buyers there, they won't expect further selling, selling momentum will die.  So, this may be a running model by market...
  • JohnLast uploaded the file Oversold levels and open orders 3347 days ago
    On this example we see how below the level 1.3000 practically there is not any accumulation of Open orders. In this case we could say that the market is oversold. However as in theory the accumulation of open orders does not track the smart money...
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    • Jack1 3346 days ago

      It may be in this theory:  Sellers of euro see there is no buy order there, so, they exit out their short trades. No buyers there, they won't expect further selling, selling momentum will die. 

      So, this may be a running model by market makers,

      1. price often come to the no-order zone, then, stop;

      2. price often penetrate the plenty-orders zone, to trigger orders or kill orders.

    • JohnLast 3345 days ago

      Jack1 thanks for the comments. The whole story if Open orders is very interesting to me, everybody knows about fibonacci retracements and how to draw trendlines but a quite a few are aware of the order flow levels.

      Here we have e delayed information but even if it is delayed it is useful.

       

       

  • Damn new patterns start to emerge LOL.
  • Here that market state is likely to transform into Range bound and Volatile. Why, because of the configuration of the open orders arround it. In fact those accumulation zones act as market attractors that attract the market at those both levels in...
  • jaguar1637 commented on the file The four fundamental market states 3353 days ago
    yep, classical
  • JohnLast commented on the blog Accumulation of Open orders and Fibo levels 3356 days ago
    ‎"We become the noise traders or we try to understand how prices move." Guy R.
  • JohnLast commented on the blog Accumulation of Open orders and Fibo levels 3356 days ago
    Here I will give another shot about the accumulation of open orders and the fibo levels. We can identify two types of clusters here. One of the clusters is due to support and resistence zones.  The other cluster is created at particular...
  • JohnLast uploaded the file The four fundamental market states 3357 days ago
    Here on this picture you can see the four fundamental market states.  As the market has a fractal nature you can see the market states within the market states.  More on this analysis you can read here.  
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  • JohnLast uploaded the file Trending and volatile market state 3357 days ago
    Here we have trending and volatile market state and the accumulation of the market orders within it. The same as for the trending and quiet market state you can use the Oanda open orders for take profit levels and risk control.  It is really...
  • JohnLast uploaded the file Trending and quiet market state 3357 days ago
    Here we have a trending and quiet market state. You can see how you can use those levels for: - take profit levels - risk control levels  
  • JohnLast uploaded the file Ranging and Volatile market state 3357 days ago
    This is ranging and volatile market state with typical market orders distribution.  You can see how the market orders define levels of support and resistence.
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    • JohnLast 3311 days ago

      OK now I would show another shot from oanda. It is about the same market condition ranging and volatile.

      Where where the accumulation of stops and what levels were actually reached? Pay close attention lol and compare with the previous shot. Are there any similarities?

       

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    • JohnLast 3204 days ago

      I can add a more recent example of ranging and volatile market conditions. 

       

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      However we we look at multiframe perspective things are even more interesting. That is because what may appear as range on a very big frame is a trend on the smaller time frame.

       

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  • Here we have a range bound market state with accumulation of open orders. What is interesting that the orders are not really close to the market range.   
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    • JohnLast 3350 days ago

      Here that market state is likely to transform into Range bound and Volatile. Why, because of the configuration of the open orders arround it.

      In fact those accumulation zones act as market attractors that attract the market at those both levels in order to be activated, in that wat there is more liquidity in the market as there is a distribution between the uninformed traders and the market makers (we have all reasons to believe that those levels are produced by uninformed traders and they are the direct product of mass psychology and technical analysis).

      There will be more research needed between the market states and the open orders configuration by uninformed traders.

       

    • JohnLast 3350 days ago

      Damn new patterns start to emerge LOL.