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.
02:15 – About Us
03:48 – Announcement regarding Discord Group
05:48 – EURUSD (Short setup discussed)
09:15 – Crude Oil (Long setup discussed)
11:00 – Gold (Went down as per analysis)
14:30 – SPX (Live trade)
19:40 – Nifty (Went us as per analysis)
22:26 – BITCOIN (Moving as per analysis)
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EUR/USD battles 1.0700 after mixed Eurozone data
EUR/USD has come under renewed selling pressure, battling 1.0700 after mixed Eurozone Retail Sales data for April. The pair remains undermined by the cautious market mood, disappointing German Factory Orders and a broad US Dollar rebound.
GBP/USD turns south toward 1.2400 as US Dollar recovers
GBP/USD is heading south toward 1.2400, meeting fresh supply in the European session. The US Dollar is seeing renewed safe-haven buying amid a risk-off market profile, acting as a headwind to the pair.
Gold struggles for a firm direction, stuck in a range around $1,960
Gold price struggles to capitalize on the previous day's modest recovery from the 100-day Simple Moving Average (SMA) and oscillates in a narrow trading band through the first half of the European session on Tuesday.
Is the metaverse hype back in action?
Although there are no major macroeconomic events this week, investors can expect massive volatility on a daily basis. The reasoning behind this outlook is that Apple will be conducting the 2023 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on June 5.
Markets are likely to focus on ECB commentary
This is a very quiet week in terms of data and hence markets are likely to focus on last minute central bank commentary. The FOMC blackout period kicked off already on Sunday, but today we have a bunch of ECB speakers on the wires.