Reports Guide

In the member’s section, you have access to the trading instruments that your subscription covers.

Each instrument tab contains the signals, consisting of the overall daily direction, entries, stops, targets and key support and resistance levels.

Note that in trading, although specific prices are mentioned, these are mostly never to the exact pip but rather areas with a certain spectrum around the levels.

Wordings and Meanings

Our calls contain the following wordings and their meanings are explained here:

Buy Open
Buy until 7 a.m. London Time
(Exception: later openings like US Markets)
= Buy Market Order
Buy Dip to (level specified)
Buy once price goes down to and bounces off the level = Buy Limit Order
Buy above (level specified)
Buy once price goes above / breaks the level
= Buy Stop Order
Sell Open
Sell until 7 a.m. London Time
(Exception: later openings like US Markets)
= Sell Market Order
Sell Rally to (level specified)
Sell once price goes up to and bounces off the level = Sell Limit Order
Sell below (level specified)
Sell once price goes below / breaks the level
= Sell Stop Order
Neutral between (level specified) & (level specified)
No clear bias within the levels range
Further levels: S (level specified)
Further support level, not mentioned otherwise
Further levels: R (level specified)
Further resistance level, not mentioned otherwise
Stop level
Target levels, numbered in case of more targets. Further targets are only valid if there is a clear break above the prior target.


When there is nothing mentioned, for example on the open, it means that you should take no action because the directional bias is not clear enough.

That happens when the market shows indecision and requires a move outside of defined levels to provide direction.

If you don’t sit at your trading desk all the time, you might choose to open the above-mentioned Limit and/or Stop orders that will be executed once the levels you entered have been reached.

However, if you are actually at your desk throughout the session and watch the price action as it unfolds, you could enter with market orders instead, thereby achieving even better results because the actual price action is taken into consideration at any point in time.

Most of our analysis is with the London open at 7 a.m. in mind.
It is therefore advantageous if you are at your trading desk at that time at the latest, in order not to miss good opportunities, although there is a variety of ways how you can use our signals.
Buy Dip / Sell Rally calls are made when an early counter-move against the overall assessed direction might occur, enabling traders to improve their entry levels.

Buy above / Sell below calls are made when the market requires a break through the given levels, in order to provide a clear direction.

Neutral calls are made when the market shows indecision about the future direction, which is likely to continue within the given parameter values.

A move through either side is expected to lead to a clear bullish or bearish tone, leading to call changes in that direction with two subsequent targets.

The ways how you could use our reports


Traders have different reasons for subscribing to a signal / analysis service.

All have their own decision process and are free to choose how they use our signals – either to corroborate their own trade ideas or strategy, or to follow them as they are.
We would recommend that you overlay our analysis with your own or of qualified third party sources.

We have compiled the following list how you could use our signals, depending on your existing level of market knowledge, experience and own trading strategy:

Get a second opinion from a reliable source, in order to feel more confident with your own trade ideas and time them better.

Diversify your trading with our short-term movements, possibly complementing your medium- or long-term trades.


Use the calls only as a general directional bias and overlay your own strategy on top, choosing entries and exits etc. yourself.

In case you prefer reversal trades, get more confidence in the turning points.

Take the signals as they are, with entries, stops and exits, including our updates.


Use us only for the key support and resistance levels, giving you a good framework for your own strategy.


Leave out on the open and only buy the dips / sell the rallies.


Only take the weekly trades, in case you don’t want to day-trade.


Cherry-pick only selected trades with the highest probability.


Professionals are more likely to use the signals more freely and consider them trusted input and attune them to their own specific trading goals, while retail traders in general tend to follow signals as they are. In any case, thinking like a professional helps to get the most out of it.

Real-time updates

Real-time price action during the session/day may alter the analysis and when our assessment changes, we send out live updates by e-mail.

These updates may contain information such as new targets, reduction of exposure, risk level changes, closing of positions or trade cancellations.

In order to get the most out of it, we strongly recommend you follow also our updates in real-time (means you have to enable e-mail alerts once a new e-mail update from us arrives), so that you can react to market changes instantly.

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