USDCHF – 4th week of APR

Daily Chart – Tuesday’s close (bullish engulfing) increase market’s probability of trending upwards as the market progressively breaks bearish structure. The market is currently approaching 0.97800, daily levels, it is highly probable to see a decent selloff before market continues its bullish trend.
4 Hour Chart – Price action on the smaller time frame shows that the market is trading in a narrow channel (high bullish momentum), this increases the probability for a channel breakout, which is co-related to daily analysis, that market will have to retrace first. An entry should only be done once exhaustion of bearish retracement is visible in the key zone, such entry would put you in a 1:4 Risk to Reward Ratio.
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AUDCHF – 3rd Week of Apr

Weekly Chart – The market appears to be trading in consolidation since late 2015 and has only started to build some sort of a bullish demand in late 2017. Market price action seems to be really sensitive when it reaches whole numbers on this pair. 
Daily Chart – Price action seems to be in a short-term bullish trend with a classical setup. What got my attention into this pair was that market had closed with a rather strong bullish hammer; increase the probability that market to be reversing soon or it’s just a natural” retracement after a quick build up as seen during the month of Mar-Apr.  Nonetheless, this signifies that it is time for me to put up key levels for entry orders.
4 Hour Chart – Tentative entry would have to be in an area where 4hour and daily key levels co-exist; this would increase your winning probability. An ideal entry would be either a bullish hammer pattern or a doji on either key levels. The rough RR ratio would be 1:3 / 1:4 depending.

NZDUSD – 2nd Week of Apr

Daily Chart – The market holds a current short-term bullish structure that is trading in a consolidated zone. It holds a weak bullish characteristic as it fails to break bearish structure over two retracements. This increase the market’s probability of trading lower.
4 Hour Chart – I’ll be waiting for next week’s price action to be trading around this area before deciding to enter. Entry requirement has to show signs of bullish exhaustion and a strong bearish potential (hammer pattern / doji). The ideal RR ratio would be 1:2. Price action can’t break the blue line as it would signify that market is still in a bullish trend.

GBPCHF -1st Week Of Apr

Weekly Chart – Price action on this market pair indicates a highly probable bearish retracing soon; closed with a bearish inverted hammer pattern in key level, with the failure to break previous structure high. The market is currently holding a short-term bullish trend with weak trend structure.
Daily Chart – The market has previously broken its bullish channel with a strong price rejection at 1.350. It would be highly probable for the market to retrace fast in the coming week, take profit level would be in the green zone. Conservative entries would be to wait for the market to break current consolidated structure ( blue dotted line).
4 Hour Chart – As you can see the market has broken the short-term bullish trend, this strengthens the odds of our analysis. The conservative would wait for the market to be trading in the green zone with a bearish trend continuation pattern. The ideal RR would be 1 : 2.5 – 3. If the market would to gap beyond the green zone, it is highly recommended to avoid trending this market pair. 
The first take profit level would be the blue dotted line and the second would be the Daily S&R line (Red).

CADCHF – 5th Week of March

Daily Chart  Short-term price action indicates the possibility for a bearish trend continuation in the coming week. In the previous week, the market had failed to break previous structure high with a Hamari” closing candlestick which leads to the sell-off. The market still holds a strong bullish trend probability over in the weekly and monthly timeframe. The idea of this trade is to seek for lower risking positions with a stronger short-term trend continuation characteristic. Additionally, the market is now trading in a key price level (highlighted in magenta). 
4 Hour Chart As you can see that the market is still holding a bullish trend characteristic but with a channel that is about broken. I’ll be ideally looking to short this market pair on a smaller time frame as the price distance is really small for a favorable RR ratio.
1 Hour Chart If you can spot it, there was an earlier opportunity before the Friday’s close wit market failing to break the previous high. Ideally, I’ll be waiting for an opportunity similar to this that will give me an RR ratio of 1 : 4.86. Highly suggestible for you all to be waiting for market exhaustions (favorable risk ratio) than to enter purely based on your predictive instinct” that market would reach there”. RR ratio when utilized will expedite the growth of your account. 

GBPJPY 4th Week Of March

Daily Chart Market has since been trading lower after my previous analysis in Feb while still holding a strong bullish potential. Price action has proved key level ( built late last year) as the market has respected the zone with an engulfing candlestick, erasing 2 days sell-off. Past 3 days has shown sellers losing real steam hence my early entry.
4 Hour Chart I’ve decided to placed a trade before the market closed on Friday with an RR of 1 : 2.3. It was done immediately after the double confirmation of the bullish hammer candlestick. I’m only slightly above 50% to be in favor with market trading higher after Friday’s close as short-term price action has also broke previous structure low. It is highly advisable for you to be finding a position in the blue box with will provide you a rough 1:7 RR ratio.

5cent, 10 cent, 20cent – The best place to deposit your coins ( 2018 Update)

if you’re a lazy ass like me who just don’t want to deal with asking people to change with you.

I wanna bank in 228 coins (72 50cent, 36 20cents, 110 10cents, 10 5cents) = $65.5

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I have a small piggy bank

Currently, I have 5 Options to choose from:

  1. Posb/Dbs – Charges $0.012 per coin (Cost : $ 2.74)
  2. Singapore Mint – Charges $3.75 for every 1,000 coins (Cost : $3.75)
  3. OCBC – Charges $1.50 for every 100 coins (Cost : $4.5)
  4. Citibank – Charges $5 for total coin value below $200 (Cost: $5)
  5. Standard Chartered – Charges $5 for total coin value between $20-$100 (Cost: $5)
  6. UOB – Free for the first 199 piece/ Subsequent $1 for every 200 pieces (Waived for junior account holder) – Courtesy from Kj 🙂
  7. CIMB – $5 for every 100 coins
  8. Maybank – $2 for every 200 coins
  9. HSBC – First 50 coins are free, $5 for the next 1000 and $10 for the subsequent 1000 or part thereof
  10. Bank of China (BOC)  – $5 for every 1000 coins

As you can see the cheaper option for me now is to bank it in through Posb/Dbs [As I do not have a UOB account] with a total cost of $.274. Due to the small amount of coins I have, it makes no sense for me to be depositing through Singapore Mint (even though it is the cheapest) as I will be charged the full amount of 1,000 coins ($3.75).

I need to get a new piggy bank for the 1,000 coin:(

+1 knowledge point