In this Trading Opportunities Webinar, Neerav Yadav (Author of “Think with the Markets”) has discussed charts of Forex, Commodities, Indices.

All discussions are based on Advanced Elliott Wave, with detailed Wave counts as well standard Supply and Demand analysis.

 

Timestamps

  • 01:55 – About Us

  • 05:44 – EURUSD

  • 11:28 – EURCAD (Moving up as per analysis)

  • 14:30 – USDJPY

  • 19:18 – EURJPY (Updated analysis)

  • 22:52 – Crude Oil

  • 26:57 – Gold (Moving as per analysis)

  • 30:45 – SPX

  • 35:33 – Major Announcement regarding future webinars

  • 37:10 – Nifty

  • 41:22 – BITCOIN (Moving up as per analysis)

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