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Quick Access to Weekly Outlook Over Last 3 Months
2016 Oct 17 – 2016 Oct 21
2016 Oct 10 – 2016 Oct 14
2016 Oct 3 – 2016 Oct 7
2016 Sep 26 – 2016 Sep 30
2016 Sep 19 – 2016 Sep 23
2016 Sep 12 – 2016 Sep 16
2016 Sep 5 – 2016 Sep 9
2016 Aug 29 – 2016 Sep 2
2016 Aug 22 – 2016 Aug 26
2016 Aug 15 – 2016 Aug 19
2016 Aug 8 – 2016 Aug 12
2016 Aug 1 – 2016 Aug 5
2016 Jul 25 – 2016 Jul 29
2016 Jul 18 – 2016 Jul 22
2016 Jul 11 – 2016 Jul 15
Each symbol has its weekly STOPD levels drawn on the chart,
- Thick blue lines show the range of the week they are drawn on
- Thin blue lines are the midpoint of the weeks
- Thick orange lines are 100% expansion levels away from the range of the week
- Thin orange lines are the midpoints between thick orange lines and the thick blue lines
- Thick red lines are 200% exapnsion levels away from the range of the week
- Thin red lines are midpoints between the thick red lines and the thick orange lines
The last 2 weeks on each chart has the weekly STOPD levels labelled,
- The week just finished has its labels in blue. B-0 is the midpoint of the week. B+1 is the high of the week. B-1 is the low of the week. B-2 is the 50% downside expansion of the week.
- The prior week has its labels in yellow. Y-0 is the midpoint of that week. Y+1 is the high of the week and so forth.
Following is an example chart showing the forex pair USDJPY in 4-hour resolution.
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