AMZN – Amazon.com, Inc.

Quotes & Analysis updated every 10 minutes

1) Simplified Trend Qualification Procedure,

1.1) Pick a time frame to work with from 15 minutes to monthly using any chart linked in 2.2 though 2.13.

1.2) Qualify the trend using the EMA9 (red line), if price action is above the EMA9 (red line) you’re in an up-trend, below the EMA9 a down-trend.

1.3) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend (red line) is above the EMA18 (blue line) for an up-trend or the EMA9 (red line) is below the EMA18 (blue line) for down-trend.

1.4) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend agrees with the composite of the 13 indicators linked in 2.1. If the chart and the trend confirmation in 2.1 do not agree stand aside.

1.5) Use Support & Resistance linked in 2.15 for setting profit objectives and risk levels, contact me for more information on how we use these

Chart We’re using weekly price bars on the chart below for longer-term trades, this same procedure will work using any time frame from 15 minutes bars to monthly bars, it depends on whether your objective is trading intra-day, short, medium, or long-term, ATAs can be set up to trade all time periods or any combination of time periods.

2) AMZN  Amazon.com, Inc.

2.1) Today’s Technical Opinion
2.2) 2 day chart, 15 minute data
2.3) 3 day chart, 30 minute
2.4) 5 day chart, 60 minute data
2.5) 10 day chart 120 minute
2.6) 3 month chart, daily
2.7) 9 month chart, daily
2.8) 1 year chart, weekly
2.9) 3 year chart, weekly
2.10) 5 year chart, weekly
2.11)
7 year chart, monthly

2.12) 15 year chart, monthly data
2.13) 1983 or life of stock – current, monthly data
2.14) Options quotes
2.15)
Ranges & price performance

2.16) Support & resistance

If you have questions send a message or contact me

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Peter Knight Advisor

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GOOGL – Alphabet Inc Class A

Section 1, Instructions for identifying the trend
Section 2, Quotes,charts and analysis, updated every 10 minutes
Send a message or contact me with any questions

1) Simplified Trend Qualification Procedure,

1.1) Pick a time frame to work with from 15 minutes to monthly using any chart linked in 2.2 though 2.13.

1.2) Qualify the trend using the EMA9 (red line), if price action is above the EMA9 (red line) you’re in an up-trend, below the EMA9 a down-trend.

1.3) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend (red line) is above the EMA18 (blue line) for an up-trend or the EMA9 (red line) is below the EMA18 (blue line) for down-trend.

1.4) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend agrees with the composite of the 13 indicators linked in 2.1. If the chart and the trend confirmation in 2.1 do not agree stand aside.

1.5) Use Support & Resistance linked in 2.15 for setting profit objectives and risk levels, contact me for more information on how we use these

Chart We’re using weekly price bars on the chart below for longer-term trades, this same procedure will work using any time frame from 15 minutes bars to monthly bars, it depends on whether your objective is trading intra-day, short, medium, or long-term, ATAs can be set up to trade all time periods or any combination of time periods.

2) GOOGL Alphabet Inc Class A

2.1) Today’s Technical Opinion
2.2) 2 day chart, 15 minute data
2.3) 3 day chart, 30 minute
2.4) 5 day chart, 60 minute data
2.5) 10 day chart 120 minute
2.6) 3 month chart, daily
2.7) 9 month chart, daily
2.8) 1 year chart, weekly
2.9) 3 year chart, weekly
2.10) 5 year chart, weekly
2.11)
7 year chart, monthly

2.12) 15 year chart, monthly data
2.13) 1983 or life of stock – current, monthly data
2.14) Options quotes
2.15)
Ranges & price performance

2.16) Support & Resistance

If you have questions send a message or contact me

Regards,
Peter Knight Advisor

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FB – Facebook, Inc. Common

Section 1, Instructions for identifying the trend
Section 2, Quotes,charts and analysis, updated every 10 minutes
Send a message or contact me with any questions

1) Simplified Trend Qualification Procedure,

1.1) Pick a time frame to work with from 15 minutes to monthly using any chart linked in 2.2 though 2.13.

1.2) Qualify the trend using the EMA9 (red line), if price action is above the EMA9 (red line) you’re in an up-trend, below the EMA9 a down-trend.

1.3) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend (red line) is above the EMA18 (blue line) for an up-trend or the EMA9 (red line) is below the EMA18 (blue line) for down-trend.

1.4) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend agrees with the composite of the 13 indicators linked in 2.1. If the chart and the trend confirmation in 2.1 do not agree stand aside.

1.5) Use Support & Resistance linked in 2.15 for setting profit objectives and risk levels, contact me for more information on how we use these

Chart We’re using weekly price bars on the chart below for longer-term trades, this same procedure will work using any time frame from 15 minutes bars to monthly bars, it depends on whether your objective is trading intra-day, short, medium, or long-term, ATAs can be set up to trade all time periods or any combination of time periods.

2) FB Facebook, Inc. Common

2.1) Today’s Technical Opinion
2.2) 2 day chart, 15 minute data
2.3) 3 day chart, 30 minute
2.4) 5 day chart, 60 minute data
2.5) 10 day chart 120 minute
2.6) 3 month chart, daily
2.7) 9 month chart, daily
2.8) 1 year chart, weekly
2.9) 3 year chart, weekly
2.10) 5 year chart, weekly
2.11)
7 year Chart, monthly

2.12) 15 year chart, monthly data
2.13) 1983 or life of stock – current, monthly data
2.14) Options Quotes
2.15)
Ranges & Price Performance

2.16) Support & Resistance

If you have questions send a message or contact me

Regards,
Peter Knight Advisor

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FTN.TO – Financial 15 Split Corp

Quotes & Analysis updated every 10 minutes

1) Simplified Trend Qualification Procedure

1.1) Pick a time frame to work with from 15 minutes to monthly using any chart linked in 2.2 though 2.13.

1.2) Qualify the trend using the EMA9 (red line), if price action is above the EMA9 (red line) you’re in an up-trend, below the EMA9 a down-trend.

1.3) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend (red line) is above the EMA18 (blue line) for an up-trend or the EMA9 (red line) is below the EMA18 (blue line) for down-trend.

1.4) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend agrees with the composite of the 13 indicators linked in 2.1. If the chart and the trend confirmation in 2.1 do not agree stand aside.

1.5) Use Support & Resistance linked in 2.15 for setting profit objectives and risk levels, contact me for more information on how we use these

Chart We’re using daily price bars on the chart below for short-term trades, this same procedure will work using any time frame from 15 minutes bars to monthly bars, it depends on whether your objective is trading intra-day, short, medium, or long-term, ATAs can be set up to trade all time periods or any combination of time periods.

2) FTN.TO Financial 15 Split Corp

2.1) Today’s Technical Opinion
2.2) 2 day chart, 15 minute data
2.3) 3 day chart, 30 minute
2.4) 5 day chart, 60 minute data
2.5) 10 day chart 120 minute
2.6) 3 month chart, daily
2.7) 9 month chart, daily
2.8) 1 year chart, weekly
2.9) 3 year chart, weekly
2.10) 5 year chart, weekly
2.11)
7 year Chart, monthly

2.12) 15 year chart using monthly data
2.13) 1983- Current Chart
2.14) Ranges & Price Performance
2.15) Support & Resistance

If you have questions send a message or contact me

Regards,
Peter Knight Advisor

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BHP.AX – Bhp Group Ltd.

Section 1, Instructions for identifying the trend
Section 2, Quotes,charts and analysis, updated every 10 minutes
Send a message or contact me with any questions

1) Simplified Trend Qualification Procedure

1.1) Pick a time frame to work with from 15 minutes to monthly using any chart linked in 2.2 though 2.13. (the shorter the time frame the shorter the trade duration)

1.2) Qualify the trend using the EMA9 (red line), if price action is above the EMA9 (red line) you’re in an up-trend, below the EMA9 a down-trend.

1.3) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend (red line) is above the EMA18 (blue line) for an up-trend or the EMA9 (red line) is below the EMA18 (blue line) for down-trend.

1.4) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend agrees with the composite of the 13 indicators linked in 2.1. If the chart and the trend confirmation in 2.1 do not agree stand aside.

1.5) Use Support & Resistance linked in 2.15 for setting profit objectives and risk levels, contact me for more information on how we use these

Chart We’re using weekly price bars on the chart below for longer-term trades, this same procedure will work using any time frame from 15 minutes bars to monthly bars, it depends on whether your objective is trading intra-day, short, medium, or long-term, ATAs can be set up to trade all time periods or any combination of time periods.

2) BHP.AX Bhp Group Ltd.

2.1) Today’s Technical Opinion
2.2) 2 day chart, 15 minute data
2.3) 3 day chart, 30 minute
2.4) 5 day chart, 60 minute data
2.5) 10 day chart 120 minute
2.6) 3 month chart, daily
2.7) 9 month chart, daily
2.8) 1 year chart, weekly
2.9) 3 year chart, weekly
2.10) 5 year chart, weekly
2.11)
7 year Chart, monthly

2.12) 15 year chart using monthly data
2.13) 1983- Current Chart
2.14) Options Quotes
2.15)
Ranges & Price Performance

2.16) Support & Resistance

If you have questions send a message or contact me

Regards,
Peter Knight Advisor

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USDHKD US – Hong Kong Dollar

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1) USDHKD Analysis (cross cash market)

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) 2 month, daily
1.11) 4 month, daily
1.12) 6 month, daily
1.13) 1 year, weekly
1.14) 2 year, weekly

1.15) 3 year weekly
1.16) 4 year, weekly
1.17) 5 year, monthly

1.18) 10 year, monthly
1.19) 15 year, monthly
1.20) 20 year, monthly
1.21) Support and resistance
1.22) 1 month performance leaders
1.23) 3 month performance leaders
1.24) 6 month performance leaders
1.25) 12 month performance leaders

2) Simplified Trend Qualification Procedure, quotes/charts are updated every 10 minutes, contact me and I’ll walk you through specifics.

2.1) Using today’s technical opinion qualify the strength of the up or down trend using the overall average at the top of the page, if the overall average is less than 35% stand aside.

2.2) Pick a time frame to work with from 15 minutes to monthly using any chart linked in 1.2 though 1.20. For short-term trades use the charts linked in 1.2-1.12, medium-term 1.13-1.16, long-term 1.17-1.20.

2.3) Qualify the trend using the EMA9 (red line), if price action is above the EMA9 (red line) you’re in an up-trend, below the EMA9 a down-trend.

2.4) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend (red line) is above the EMA18 (blue line) for an up-trend or the EMA9 (red line) is below the EMA18 (blue line) for down-trend.

3) ATA summary & account opening procedure

3.1) ATA’s, What They Are and How They Work
3.2) ATA Program Performance Page
3.3) The ATA Fee Structure
3.4) Defining Overall Risk For Your ATA Account
3.5) How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
3.6) How To Open An Account Minimums 12.5K to 500K

If you have any questions send a message or contact me.

Regards,
Peter Knight Advisor

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GXO.TO Granite Oil Corp

Analysis is updated every 10 minutes

1) Simplified Trend Qualification Procedure, quotes and charts are updated every 10 minutes

1.1) Pick a time frame to work with from 15 minutes to monthly using any chart linked in 2.2 though 2.13. (the shorter the time frame the shorter the trade duration)

1.2) Qualify the trend using the EMA9 (red line), if price action is above the EMA9 (red line) you’re in an up-trend, below the EMA9 a down-trend.

1.3) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend (red line) is above the EMA18 (blue line) for an up-trend or the EMA9 (red line) is below the EMA18 (blue line) for down-trend.

1.4) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend agrees with the composite of the 13 indicators linked in 2.1. If the chart and the trend confirmation in 2.1 do not agree stand aside.

1.5) Use Support & Resistance linked in 2.15 for setting profit objectives and risk levels, contact me for more information on how we use these

Chart We’re using daily price bars on the chart below for short-term trades, this same procedure will work using any time frame from 15 minutes bars to monthly bars, it depends on whether your objective is trading intra-day, short, medium, or long-term, ATAs can be set up to trade all time periods or any combination of time periods.

2) GXO.TO Granite Oil Corp

2.1) Today’s Technical Opinion
2.2) 2 day chart, 15 minute data
2.3) 3 day chart, 30 minute
2.4) 5 day chart, 60 minute data
2.5) 10 day chart 120 minute
2.6) 3 month chart, daily
2.7) 9 month chart, daily
2.8) 1 year chart, weekly
2.9) 3 year chart, weekly
2.10) 5 year chart, weekly
2.11)
7 year Chart, monthly

2.12) 15 year chart using monthly data
2.13) 1983- Current Chart
2.14) Ranges & Price Performance
2.15) Support & Resistance

If you have questions send a message or contact me

Regards,
Peter Knight Advisor

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USDRUB

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1) USDRUB Analysis (cross cash market)

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) 2 month, daily
1.11) 4 month, daily
1.12) 6 month, daily
1.13) 1 year, weekly
1.14) 2 year, weekly

1.15) 3 year, weekly
1.16) 4 year, weekly
1.17) 5 year, monthly

1.18) 10 year, monthly
1.19) 15 year, monthly
1.20) 20 year, monthly
1.21) Support and resistance
1.22) 1 month performance leaders
1.23) 3 month performance leaders
1.24) 6 month performance leaders
1.25) 12 month performance leaders

2) Simplified Trend Qualification Procedure, quotes/charts are updated every 10 minutes, contact me and I’ll walk you through specifics.

2.1) Using today’s technical opinion qualify the strength of the up or down trend using the overall average at the top of the page, if the overall average is less than 35% stand aside.

2.2) Pick a time frame to work with from 15 minutes to monthly using any chart linked in 1.2 though 1.20. For short-term trades use the charts linked in 1.2-1.12, medium-term 1.13-1.16, long-term 1.17-1.20.

2.3) Qualify the trend using the EMA9 (red line), if price action is above the EMA9 (red line) you’re in an up-trend, below the EMA9 a down-trend.

2.4) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend (red line) is above the EMA18 (blue line) for an up-trend or the EMA9 (red line) is below the EMA18 (blue line) for down-trend.

3) ATA summary & account opening procedure

3.1) ATA’s, What They Are and How They Work
3.2) ATA Program Performance Page
3.3) The ATA Fee Structure
3.4) Defining Overall Risk For Your ATA Account
3.5) How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
3.6) How To Open An Account Minimums 12.5K to 500K

If you have any questions send a message or contact me.

Regards,
Peter Knight Advisor

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EURCAD

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1) EURCAD Analysis (cross cash market)

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) 2 month, daily
1.11) 4 month, daily
1.12) 6 month, daily
1.13) 1 year, weekly
1.14) 2 year, weekly

1.15) 3 year, weekly
1.16) 4 year, weekly
1.17) 5 year, monthly

1.18) 10 year, monthly
1.19) 15 year, monthly
1.20) 20 year, monthly
1.21) Support and resistance
1.22) 1 month performance leaders
1.23) 3 month performance leaders
1.24) 6 month performance leaders
1.25) 12 month performance leaders

2) Simplified Trend Qualification Procedure, quotes/charts are updated every 10 minutes, contact me and I’ll walk you through specifics.

2.1) Using today’s technical opinion qualify the strength of the up or down trend using the overall average at the top of the page, if the overall average is less than 35% stand aside.

2.2) Pick a time frame to work with from 15 minutes to monthly using any chart linked in 1.2 though 1.20. For short-term trades use the charts linked in 1.2-1.12, medium-term 1.13-1.16, long-term 1.17-1.20.

2.3) Qualify the trend using the EMA9 (red line), if price action is above the EMA9 (red line) you’re in an up-trend, below the EMA9 a down-trend.

2.4) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend (red line) is above the EMA18 (blue line) for an up-trend or the EMA9 (red line) is below the EMA18 (blue line) for down-trend.

3) ATA summary & account opening procedure

3.1) ATA’s, What They Are and How They Work
3.2) ATA Program Performance Page
3.3) The ATA Fee Structure
3.4) Defining Overall Risk For Your ATA Account
3.5) How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
3.6) How To Open An Account Minimums 12.5K to 500K

If you have any questions send a message or contact me.

Regards,
Peter Knight Advisor

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