Weekly Ranking And Rating For Week 38
Besides the Ranking and Rating list provided here I will also prepare this weekend the Weekly Currency Score list which will support my analysis for trading in the coming week.
When looking at the Top 15 in the Weekly Ranking and Rating list we can see that for the coming week the following stronger currencies are well represented for going long: EUR(5X) with the GBP(5X) followed by the USD(2X) and the EUR(2X) with the GBP(2X). The weaker currencies are the NZD(5X) followed by the CAD(4X) and the AUD(2X).
A nice combination for coming week may be e.g:
- EUR/NZD with the USD/CAD
- GBP/NZD with the EUR/AUD
- EUR/CAD with the NZD/JPY
- NZD/USD with the GBP/CAD
These are just a few examples and many other combinations are possible. The mentioned pair combinations can be traded at the same time according to the rules of the FxTaTrader strategy because these are all different currencies. By not trading the same currency in the same direction more than once you may have better chances with lower risk.
FxTaTrader Forex weekly ranking and rating list Week 38 / 13-September-2015
Analysis based on TA charts for all the major currency pairs. Good luck to all. No advice, just info. Every week the Forex ranking rating list will be prepared in the weekend. All the relevant Time Frames will be analyzed and the ATR and Pip value will be set.
Weekly Ranking And Rating
The Forex ranking and rating list is meaningful data for my FxTaTrader strategy. Good luck in the coming week.
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