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Supply and Demand with Support and Resistance

By Joe Wright | December 29, 2013

First and foremost, I am a supply and demand trader and this forms the basis for all of my trading decisions. Whilst the above is true I feel that it is important for me to consider support and resistance (also called SR for short) as part of my analysis when considering potential trading opportunities.

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Supply and Demand Swap Zones

By Joe Wright | December 29, 2013

Conventional technical analysis teaches how support turns into resistance and resistance turns into support (you can find more on that here). What is also true, and more significant for me as supply and demand trader, is that supply can turn into demand and demand can turn into supply. Where this occurs we have a swap…

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The Supply and Demand Engulf

By Joe Wright | December 29, 2013

An engulf is simply price action that breaks a significant level. We are interested in engulfs of supply and demand levels to confirm if higher timeframe levels will hold, and to identify possible changes in direction. This type of price action is particularly useful for those who don’t want to touch trade with limit orders…

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Supply and Demand with Compression

By Joe Wright | December 29, 2013

This describes a particular type of price action where price swings up and down absorbing supply and demand levels as it goes. It’s important to understand what exactly is happening here so that when this price action develops we know how we can react to it.

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Supply and Demand Level Test

By Joe Wright | December 29, 2013

Level Test The level test or LT is a type of PA where price leaves a level, and then comes back to test it before continuing in the original direction. They help to show the origin of the imbalance that caused a big movement in price. As a supply and demand trader I look for…

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Supply and Demand Price Spikes

By Joe Wright | December 29, 2013

Spikes in Price This type of PA is common and happens for a number of reasons. When price leaves a demand level where there is a strong supply and demand imbalance price will often rise sharply creating what I call a spike in price. The opposite is true for supply. Where price leaves a supply…

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