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USDCAD Negative/Positive and Positive/Negative Ratios for 8/22/2017

August 21, 2017 Leave a comment

USDCAD Negative/Positive (NPR) and Positive/Negative Ratio (PNR) for 8/22/2017

Negative/Positive Ratio (NPR) – 57.6692%

Positive/Negative Ratio (PNR) – 42.3308%

The NPR and PNR ratios are derived from proprietary methods which examine how balanced up and down price movements are on a daily basis.

When the NPR and PNR ratios are at extremes – e.g. 31.25% (or below) and 78.125% (or above) then at least one of two things could happen:

1. Price trend may reverse;

2. The market is strongly trending in one direction and may continue to do so

Each market is different and extreme ratios such as the above do not have to be reached for trends to reverse.

The NPR and PNR ratios are not intended to be used as your sole method to determine what you believe the trend, direction or potential reversal of price is or will be.

However, as part of a toolbox of methods, combined with your own experience, it can be extremely useful to pinpoint moments where reversals in trend may take place.

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USDCAD Negative/Positive and Positive/Negative Ratios for 8/15/2017

August 14, 2017 Leave a comment

USDCAD Negative/Positive (NPR) and Positive/Negative Ratio (PNR) for 8/15/2017

Negative/Positive Ratio (NPR) – 97.0555%

Positive/Negative Ratio (PNR) – 2.9445%

The NPR and PNR ratios are derived from proprietary methods which examine how balanced up and down price movements are on a daily basis.

When the NPR and PNR ratios are at extremes – e.g. 31.25% (or below) and 78.125% (or above) then at least one of two things could happen:

1. Price trend may reverse;

2. The market is strongly trending in one direction and may continue to do so

Each market is different and extreme ratios such as the above do not have to be reached for trends to reverse.

The NPR and PNR ratios are not intended to be used as your sole method to determine what you believe the trend, direction or potential reversal of price is or will be.

However, as part of a toolbox of methods, combined with your own experience, it can be extremely useful to pinpoint moments where reversals in trend may take place.

Disclaimer: None of this constitutes investment advice. Seek the advice of a licensed, professional investment advisor before making any investment decisions.

USDCAD Negative/Positive and Positive/Negative Ratios for 8/14/2017

August 12, 2017 Leave a comment

USDCAD Negative/Positive (NPR) and Positive/Negative Ratio (PNR) for 8/14/2017

Negative/Positive Ratio (NPR) – 99.8075%

Positive/Negative Ratio (PNR) – 0.1925%

The NPR and PNR ratios are derived from proprietary methods which examine how balanced up and down price movements are on a daily basis.

When the NPR and PNR ratios are at extremes – e.g. 31.25% (or below) and 78.125% (or above) then at least one of two things could happen:

1. Price trend may reverse;

2. The market is strongly trending in one direction and may continue to do so

Each market is different and extreme ratios such as the above do not have to be reached for trends to reverse.

The NPR and PNR ratios are not intended to be used as your sole method to determine what you believe the trend, direction or potential reversal of price is or will be.

However, as part of a toolbox of methods, combined with your own experience, it can be extremely useful to pinpoint moments where reversals in trend may take place.

Disclaimer: None of this constitutes investment advice. Seek the advice of a licensed, professional investment advisor before making any investment decisions.

EURCHF Negative/Positive and Positive/Negative Ratios for 8/7/2017

August 7, 2017 Leave a comment

EURCHF Negative/Positive (NPR) and Positive/Negative Ratio (PNR) for 8/7/2017

Negative/Positive Ratio (NPR) – 6.3626%

Positive/Negative Ratio (PNR) – 93.6374%

The NPR and PNR ratios are derived from proprietary methods which examine how balanced up and down price movements are on a daily basis.

When the NPR and PNR ratios are at extremes – e.g. 31.25% (or below) and 78.125% (or above) then at least one of two things could happen:

1. Price trend may reverse;

2. The market is strongly trending in one direction and may continue to do so

Each market is different and extreme ratios such as the above do not have to be reached for trends to reverse.

The NPR and PNR ratios are not intended to be used as your sole method to determine what you believe the trend, direction or potential reversal of price is or will be.

However, as part of a toolbox of methods, combined with your own experience, it can be extremely useful to pinpoint moments where reversals in trend may take place.

Disclaimer: None of this constitutes investment advice. Seek the advice of a licensed, professional investment advisor before making any investment decisions.

USDCAD Negative/Positive and Positive/Negative Ratios for 8/8/2017

August 7, 2017 Leave a comment

USDCAD Negative/Positive (NPR) and Positive/Negative Ratio (PNR) for 8/8/2017

Negative/Positive Ratio (NPR) – 95.7541%

Positive/Negative Ratio (PNR) – 4.2459%

The NPR and PNR ratios are derived from proprietary methods which examine how balanced up and down price movements are on a daily basis.

When the NPR and PNR ratios are at extremes – e.g. 31.25% (or below) and 78.125% (or above) then at least one of two things could happen:

1. Price trend may reverse;

2. The market is strongly trending in one direction and may continue to do so

Each market is different and extreme ratios such as the above do not have to be reached for trends to reverse.

The NPR and PNR ratios are not intended to be used as your sole method to determine what you believe the trend, direction or potential reversal of price is or will be.

However, as part of a toolbox of methods, combined with your own experience, it can be extremely useful to pinpoint moments where reversals in trend may take place.

Disclaimer: None of this constitutes investment advice. Seek the advice of a licensed, professional investment advisor before making any investment decisions.

USDCAD Negative/Positive and Positive/Negative Ratios for 8/7/2017

August 5, 2017 Leave a comment

USDCAD Negative/Positive (NPR) and Positive/Negative Ratio (PNR) for 8/7/2017

Negative/Positive Ratio (NPR) – 95.3929%

Positive/Negative Ratio (PNR) – 4.6071%

The NPR and PNR ratios are derived from proprietary methods which examine how balanced up and down price movements are on a daily basis.

When the NPR and PNR ratios are at extremes – e.g. 31.25% (or below) and 78.125% (or above) then at least one of two things could happen:

1. Price trend may reverse;

2. The market is strongly trending in one direction and may continue to do so

Each market is different and extreme ratios such as the above do not have to be reached for trends to reverse.

The NPR and PNR ratios are not intended to be used as your sole method to determine what you believe the trend, direction or potential reversal of price is or will be.

However, as part of a toolbox of methods, combined with your own experience, it can be extremely useful to pinpoint moments where reversals in trend may take place.

Disclaimer: None of this constitutes investment advice. Seek the advice of a licensed, professional investment advisor before making any investment decisions.