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Forex market analytics

  • Positions

    Displays the current percentages of long (buy) and short (sell) positions in the transaction flow. The resulting market sentiment is defined as the difference between the two, with negative red readings signaling "sell" sentiment and green positive readings signaling "buy" sentiment. Data is updated every 30 minutes.

  • Dynamics

    Dynamics of the most traded currencies through the latest changes in exchange rates between the US dollar (USD), euro (EUR), British pound (GBP) and Japanese yen (JPY), Swiss franc (CHF), New Zealand dollar (NZD), Australian dollar (AUD) and Canadian dollar (CAD).

    Each bar chart shows intraday price movements in terms of gains and losses against a selected base currency and is based on exchange rates recorded at midnight of the current day.

  • Baskets

    The performance of each selected currency against a basket of its most liquid peers, aggregating changes in its exchange rates into easy-to-understand Forex indices. Thus, each index is a string of average changes in rates relative to closing prices on a fixed base date. These changes or returns are expressed as a percentage, with index values ​​on the base day equal to 100%. Therefore, a value below 100% implies a decline relative to the base date, while a value above 100% indicates an increase.

  • Indicators

    A technical analysis tool that provides an overview of trading signals based on the most popular indicators: Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD), Relative Strength Index (RSI), Stochastic Oscillator (Stochastic), Average Directional Index (ADX), Commodity Channel Index (CCI) , Arun Oscillator (AROON), Alligator and Parabolic Stop Reversal (SAR). The widget converts indicator values ​​into three types of signals: “Buy”, “Sell” and “Neutral”.

    Pivot points and six associated support and resistance levels for Forex instruments. The compact and understandable table contains levels calculated using four main methods: standard (pivot), Wooddie, Fibonacci and Camarilla.

  • Advantages

    "Historical Advantage" shows whether long positions (buys) dominate short positions (sells) when trading various Forex instruments. The numbers displayed represent the difference between the percentages of long and short positions in the transaction flow, with negative red values ​​signaling "sell" sentiment and green positive values ​​signaling "buy" sentiment. Data is updated every 30 minutes.

Forex Analytics

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