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62 immediate resistance. Safe entry only above 67.
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Wyckoff soup in PUNJLLOYD (daily) (Retest turned to brkdn)
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Here is an interesting explanation I got from some other source today. It explains as to why the first upmove from the bottom is fast and sharp. Though not strictly Wyckoff, still this explanation is quite informative and interesting. Here it is
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The first move from the bottom is always easy because so many traders are trapped on the wrong side. But for the move to continue, real buying has to take place, and we won’t find that until the real demand comes in.
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Do you remember that I said there will be a trading range subsequent to selling climax? The top of this trading range can be the high of automatic reaction or sometimes just below the top of automatic reaction high. Anyway, this resistance area is known as “creek”.

Once the composite man is ensured that supply is removed, he will try to move the price above this creek and indeed price will break this resistance and move up. This breaking of resistance is called “jump over the creek”

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Here is an interesting explanation I got from some other source today. It explains as to why the first upmove from the bottom is fast and sharp. Though not strictly Wyckoff, still this explanation is quite informative and interesting. Here it is
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The first move from the bottom is always easy because so many traders are trapped on the wrong side. But for the move to continue, real buying has to take place, and we won’t find that until the real demand comes in.
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I hope this helps
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Read the thread today and found it a very nice read. Thanks RSI for sharing. Passing the only document that I had on the same for wider audience.
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My discussion with kkesal on dollar (whether it will strengthen or weaken) in another thread served a timely reminder to post the updated dollar index chart. Here it is. Chart updated upto 27-November-2010 4.45 P. M. Chart timeframe monthly.



My observation

1. Price is inside larger trading range. Range having support zone in between 71 and 74 ( round figures) and resistance zone in between 88.50 and 92.50 (approximate figures). Support zone is not marked in the plan. But the resistance zone is marked in the plan.

2. Within this larger trading range indicated above, price is in small uptrend (?). Question mark because there is no higher high, but only higher low. See the trendline.

3. Last bounce from the support zone, i.e. last candle in the chart is quite strong. Expecting a test of the resistance zone now. After that what will happen, cannot be said now. Chart has to be reevaluated at that point of time.

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I am hoping it stops in the 81-82 (83 at the most) If that lvl is crossed then could go all the way to 90-91, meaning at least an addl month's pain (for bulls) The pattern though (on the daily) in the last 3-4 days has turned a little bullish.
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Originally Posted by rsi View Post
My discussion with kkesal on dollar (whether it will strengthen or weaken) in another thread served a timely reminder to post the updated dollar index chart. Here it is. Chart updated upto 27-November-2010 4.45 P. M. Chart timeframe monthly.



My observation

1. Price is inside larger trading range. Range having support zone in between 71 and 74 ( round figures) and resistance zone in between 88.50 and 92.50 (approximate figures). Support zone is not marked in the plan. But the resistance zone is marked in the plan.

2. Within this larger trading range indicated above, price is in small uptrend (?). Question mark because there is no higher high, but only higher low. See the trendline.

3. Last bounce from the support zone, i.e. last candle in the chart is quite strong. Expecting a test of the resistance zone now. After that what will happen, cannot be said now. Chart has to be reevaluated at that point of time.

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anyone who is doing wyckoff VSA.
Consider us a dumb -dumble guy in this analysis, any type of real time example will be quick-learn approach.(P&F reading too)
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Disclaimer: I am not a Research Analyst and not registered with any regulating authority. All posts are for educational purpose only.

Consider us a dumb -dumble guy in this analysis, any type of real time example will be quick-learn approach.

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