In this video I look at some serious volatility in GBPSEK and how you can approach volatility differently.
Exotic pairs are very wild indeed. But fear them not. They can teach you much about how to take positions.
Last post: May 2nd. See chart.
Review: A possible breakout and a close above the resistance zone around the round number 12.0000 was on the horizon.
Update: Price failed to breakout and, instead, pulled back to the daily 50SMA.
Conclusion: Price is now showing strength again. A breakout above is still required.
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We last posted on the GBPSEK on April 15th when price had closed above the round number 12.0000 which was then confirmed as support.
What followed was classic price action movement which is often a battle between the bulls and the bears at these key levels. We can see that the bears came in strong in the form of a pullback to the pivot support level of April ...
Every forex instrument is a ratio. Usually the ratio is between two pairs.
In the video I show how one can pick out what's happening in one part of the ratio.
I explore the use of the Vervoot indicator for highly volatile instruments.
We last posted on the GBPSEK on April 7th when price had broken out of a circa 4 month consolidation and was showing positive signs of developing into a neat linear trend. This is exactly what we want to see as trend traders as linearity offer opportunities to enter, and more importantly, compound.
Since our past post, the GBPSEK has continued to perform well. ...
The GBPSEK is one of the better looking GBP currencies with price trending well and currently going through a mini breather as opposed to a deep pullback such as the GBPCAD.
Last month in March, price broke out of a period of consolidation that went back to December of last year and has since been trending very nicely. The emerging trend structure has so far ...