EUR-CHF Program Analysis Page

EUR-CHF Performance Homepage

This program trades the EURCHF and the spread between the EURUSD and USDCHF with the short, medium and long-term trends. If you’d like to learn more about how it works contact me or send a message, and I’ll walk you through it.

1) Trading procedure using EURCHF as the example

1.1) Direction of the trade is determined by the overall average on the opinion page

1.2) Using the short, medium and long-term indicators on the opinion page check for the strongest buy or sell  that agrees with the market direction defined in 1.1.

1.1) For short-term  use the daily data chart  to initially qualify the short-term trend if price action is above the EMA9 (red line),  you’re in an short-term up-trend, below the (EMA9) a down-trend. Confirm the short-term trend using the short-term indicators on the opinion page. Re-confirm the trend on the  daily data chart making sure the EMA9 (red line) is above the EMA18 (blue line) for an up trend and the EMA9  (red line) is below the EMA18 (blue line) for down trends.

1.2) For medium-term trends use the weekly data chart to initially qualify the medium-term trend if price action is above the EMA9 (red line),  you’re in an medium-term up-trend, below the (EMA9) a down-trend. Confirm the medium-term trend using the medium-term indicators on the opinion page. Re-confirm the trend on the weekly data chart making sure the EMA9 (red line) is above the EMA18 (blue line) for an up trend and the EMA9  (red line) is below the EMA18 (blue line) for down trends.

1.3) For long-term trends  use monthly data chart to initially qualify the long-term trend if price action is above the EMA9 (red line),  you’re in an long-term up-trend, below the (EMA9) a down-trend. Confirm the long-term trend using the long-term indicators on the opinion page. Re-confirm the trend on the monthly data chart making sure the EMA9 (red line) is above the EMA18 (blue line) for an up trend and the EMA9  (red line) is below the EMA18 (blue line) for down trends.

1.4)  Support & Resistance for setting profit objectives and risk levels.

Contact me and I’ll show you how use these indicators correctly

2) EURCHF Analysis (cross)

2.1)    Today’s technical opinion
2.2)    1 day using 5 minute bars
2.3)    2 day using 10 minute bars
2.4)  
  2 day using 15 minute
2.5)    4 day using 30 minute
2.6)    5 day using 60 minute
2.7)    5 day using 90 minute
2.8)    5 day using 120 minute
2.9)    2
month using daily
2.10)  4 month using daily
2.11)  6 month using daily
2.12) 1 year using weekly
2.13)  3 year using weekly
2.14) 5 year using monthly
2.15) 10 year using monthly
2.16)
20 year using monthly

3) EUR-CHF Analysis (spread)

3.1)   1 day using 5 minute
3.2)   2 day using 10 minute
3.3)   3 day using 15 minute
3.4)   4 day using 30 minute
3.5)   5 day using 60 minute
3.6)   5 day using 90 minute
3.7)  5 day using 120 minute
3.8)  2 month using daily
3.9)  4 month using daily
3.10)  6 month using daily
3.11) 1 year using weekly
3.12)  3 year using weekly

3.13) 5 year using monthly
3.14) 10 year using monthly
3.15) 20 year using monthly
3.16) EUR technical opinion
3.17) CHF technical opinion
3.18)
EUR-CHF Margin Requirement

4) Euro-FX Symbol (E6)

4.1) 2 day chart, 15 minute data
4.2) 3 day chart, 30 minute
4.3) 5 day chart, 60 minute data
4.4) 10 day chart 120 minute
4.5) 3 month chart, daily
4.6) 9 month chart, daily
4.7) 1 year chart, weekly
4.8) 3 year chart, weekly
4.9) 7 year Chart, monthly
4.10) 15 year chart using monthly data
4.11) 1983- Current Chart
4.12) Today’s Technical Opinion
4.13) Ranges & Price Performance
4.14) Support & Resistance
4.15) Barchart Quotes, All Deliveries
4.17) CME Futures Quotes, All Deliveries

5) Swiss Franc Symbol (S6)

5.1) 2 day chart, 15 minute data
5.2) 3 day chart, 30 minute
5.3) 5 day chart, 60 minute data
5.4)10 day chart, 120 minute
5.5) 3 month chart, daily
5.6) 9 month chart, daily
5.7) 1 year chart, weekly
5.8) 3 year chart, weekly
5.9) 7 year Chart, monthly
5.10) 15 year chart, monthly
5.11) 1983- Current Chart
5.12) Today’s Technical Opinion
5.13) Ranges & Price Performance
5.14) Support & Resistance
5.15) Barchart Quotes All Deliveries
5.27) CME Futures Quotes All Deliveries

6) Currency Performance Homepages

6.1) EUR-CHF Trend Trader 2009-2018 ($12.5K)
6.2) Short-Term Trend Trader (No Collar) 2012-2018 ($25K)
6.3) FX Trend Trader Aggressive (uses collars) 2007-2018 ($25K)
6.4) FX Trend Trader Moderate (uses collars) 2007-2018 ($50K)
6.5) FX Trend Trader Conservative (uses collars) 2007-2018 ($100K)
6.6) TradeView Versus Saxo Quotes

7) Program Structure and Account Opening Procedure

7.1) (ATA’s), What They Are and How They Work
7.2) The Fee Structure For This Program
7.3)
Defining Overall Risk For Your Account

7.4) How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
7.5)
How To Open An Account

If you have questions send a message or contact me

Regards,
Peter Knight

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