EUR CHF Analysis Page

1) EURCHF Analysis (cross)

1.1) Today’s technical opinion
1.2) 1 day, using 5 minute bars
1.3) 2 day, 10 minute bars
1.4)
2 day, 15 minute
1.5) 4 day,  30 minute
1.6) 5 day, 60 minute
1.7) 5 day, 90 minute
1.8) 5 day, 120 minute
1.9)  10 day, 120 minute
1.10)
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month, daily
1.11) 4 month, daily
1.12) 6 month, daily
1.13) 1 year, weekly
1.14) 3 year, weekly
1.15) 5 year, monthly
1.16) 10 year, monthly
1.17)
20 year, monthly

2) EURUSD – USDCHF Analysis (spread)

2.1) EURUSD technical opinion
2.2) USDCHF technical opinion
2.3) 1 day, using 5 minute
2.4) 2 day, 10 minute
2.5) 3 day, 15 minute
2.6) 4 day, 30 minute
2.7) 5 day, 60 minute
2.8) 5 day, 90 minute
2.9) 5 day, 120 minute
2.10) 10 day, 120 minute
2.11) 2 month, daily
2.12) 4 month, daily
2.13) 6 month, daily

2.14) 1 year, daily
2.15) 1 year, weekly
2.16) 3 year, weekly

2.17) 5 year, monthly
2.18) 10 year, monthly
2.19) 20 year, monthly
2.20) EUR-CHF Margin Requirement

3) Euro-FX Symbol (E6) Futures

3.1) Today’s Technical Opinion
3.1)
2 day chart, 15 minute data

3.2) 3 day, 30 minute
3.3) 5 day, 60 minute data
3.4) 10 day, 120 minute
3.5) 3 month, daily
3.6) 9 month, daily
3.7) 1 year, weekly
3.8) 3 year, weekly
3.9) 7 year, monthly
3.10) 15 year, monthly data
3.11) 1983 – current
3.13) Ranges & Price Performance
3.14) Support & Resistance
3.15) Barchart Quotes, All Deliveries
3.17) CME Futures Quotes, All Deliveries

4) USDCHF Analysis (cross)

4.1) Today’s technical opinion
4.2) 1 day, using 5 minute bars
4.3) 2 day, 10 minute bars
4.4) 2 day, 15 minute
4.5) 4 day,  30 minute
4.6) 5 day, 60 minute
4.7) 5 day, 90 minute
4.8) 5 day, 120 minute
4.9)  10 day, 120 minute
4.10) 2 month, daily
4.11) 4 month, daily
4.12) 6 month, daily
4.13) 1 year, weekly
4.14) 3 year, weekly

4.15) 5 year, monthly
4.16) 10 year, monthly
4.17) 20 year, monthly

5) Swiss Franc Symbol (S6) Futures CHFUSD

5.1) 2 day, 15 minute data
5.2) 3 day, 30 minute
5.3) 5 day, 60 minute data
5.4) 10 day, 120 minute
5.5) 3 month, daily
5.6) 9 month, daily
5.7) 1 year, weekly
5.8) 3 year, weekly
5.9) 7 year, monthly
5.10) 15 year, monthly
5.11) 1983 – current
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

Disclosure of trading methodology

This program trades the EURCHF and the spread between the EURUSD and USDCHF with the short, medium and long-term trends.

6) To Qualify a short-term uptrend use the daily data chart.

6.1) Price action is above the the EMA9 (Red)
6.2) The EMA4.5 (Green) is above the EMA18 (Blue)
6.3) The EMA9 (Red) is above the EMA18 (Blue)

Uptrend

6.4) Confirm the short-term trend using the short term indicators on the the opinion page. Make sure the short term and overall agree to establish and/or maintain a long position.

7) To Qualify a short-term downtrend use the daily data chart

7.1) Price action is below the the EMA9 (Red)
7.2) The EMA4.5 (Green) is below the EMA18 (Blue)
7.3) The EMA9 (Red) is below the EMA18 (Blue)

Downtrend

7.4) Confirm the short-term trend using the short term indicators on the the opinion page. make sure the short term and overall agree to establish and/or maintain a short position.

8) Short-term turning points use the daily data chart, contact me and I’ll review this with you

9) For medium-term trends, same rules, using weekly rather than daily data

9.1) Use weekly data chart 
9.2) Medium-term indicators on the opinion page
9.3) Support & Resistance for setting profit objectives and risk levels.

10) For long-term trends, same rules, using monthly rather than weekly data

10.1) Use monthly data chart
10.2) Long-term indicators on the opinion page
10.3) Support & Resistance for setting profit objectives and risk levels.

12) For day trades, contact me and I’ll walk you through procedure

13) Currency Performance Homepages

13.1) EUR-CHF Trend Trader 2009-2018 ($12.5K)
13.2) Short-Term Trend Trader (No Collar) 2012-2018 ($25K)
13.3) FX Trend Trader Aggressive (uses collars) 2007-2018 ($25K)
13.4) FX Trend Trader Moderate (uses collars) 2007-2018 ($50K)
13.5) FX Trend Trader Conservative (uses collars) 2007-2018 ($100K)
13.6) TradeView Versus Saxo Quotes

14) Program Structure and Account Opening Procedure

14.1) (ATA’s), What They Are and How They Work
14.2) The Fee Structure For This Program
14.3)
Defining Overall Risk For Your Account

14.4) How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
14.5)
How To Open An Account

If you have questions send a message or contact me

Regards,
Peter Knight

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