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Introducing a new way to visualize currency strength data

Currency strength is a brilliant tool if you know how to use it. A quick Internet search will introduce you to two handfuls of ways to trade currency strength with tools, which often leave the user feeling overwhelmed and confused. In this post I present the new...

The Pipnotic currency strength indicator now simplified

Currency strength indicator development has occupied us at Pipnotic for a very long time. Since 2010 our primary focus has been supply and demand, but our study of currency strength resulted in the development of some currency strength utilities that we used for the...

Currency strength, how it will change how you trade forever

While randomly selecting a currency pair to trade is the recipe most follow when trading currencies, one key ingredient is missing. In this article I will discuss the concept of currency strength and I'll show you how to perform a currency strength analysis and how to...

Another look at the Pipnotic currency strength trading robot

It's been almost six months since my last update and I felt it was time to show the results of the latest build of the Pipnotic currency strength trading robot, which has undergone some substantial changes since the last release. In this short video, I will present...

Pipnotic supply, demand and accumulation

In 2010 I started developing the Pipnotic Price Action Pro (PAP) tool to help identify price sensitive areas such supply and demand and much more. The software has evolved into the Pipnotic Supply and Demand tool, which focuses exclusively on supply and demand, and is...

Revisiting the Pipnotic Currency Strength Trading Robot

Here is an update of my currency strength trading robot research project that have been working on for over a year. The results look good as I continue to refine the parameters and forward test - that's right, forward testing only. In this video I present an update of...

Qualifying valid supply and demand

Trading supply and demand is very powerful, if you're able to qualify these areas effectively. You can consider a supply and demand area as qualified if they are able to show some muscle and commitment by breaking the structure of the market, either in the form of...

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