VantagePoint AI Market Outlook for the Week of February 24th, 2020

The VantagePoint AI Market Outlook is designed to help traders.  It’s important to remain aware of correlations in the global markets. Traders can become more profitable if they know how to get ahead of the trends. Utilizing the predictive indicators in VantagePoint Software can help traders find the right trades and the right times. Above all, traders know when to enter and exit those trades for maximum profit. Let’s look at the charts for Equities, Commodities, and Forex Pairs.


Hello everyone and welcome back. My name is Greg Firman and this is the VantagePoint AI Market Outlook for the week of February the 24th, 2020.

U.S Dollar Index

Now, to get started this week, we’re going to begin where we always do with the US dollar index. I will simply point out the fact that in this particular outlook that this is an outlook. This is not a recap of something that has already happened. It is an outlook. We are forecasting what is going to likely happen next week using critical strategies with the VantagePoint software. Now, I should further point out that VantagePoint software is a discretionary program. There is no right or wrong way to use this software. You can build your own trading strategy using this particular program.  We should also take into consideration the fundamental factors that move the market. An example of that is the Federal Reserve, the nonfarm payroll. These types of things create order flow in the market. Order flow is what drives price. When we take that into consideration, we look at key strategies using the VantagePoint software. The main strategy that I will look at is identifying the immediate day-to-day trend and the longer-term trend using the T cross long, 9870. While the market is above this particular area, the primary direction of the market is up. We can use individual crossovers, but we’ll get into that further into the presentation. Now, again, when we look at this, we can say, “Okay. We’re above 9870.” We know that nothing goes straight up and nothing goes straight down. We have different forms of ways of identifying that. Some people use Elliott wave. Some people use Fibonacci. We can use the VantagePoint software to identify this when we look using our medium-term and long-term predicted difference. This is a very powerful contrarian indicator. It tells us when basically the market could be running out of steam. The medium-term, this pink line, measures the medium-term crossover. This dark-colored blue line measures the long-term crossover. It is not a single market analysis tool. We’re looking at two different trends, the medium-term against the longer-term trend. You can also see that I’ve got the neural index, the predicted RSI, all of these. When we look at this right now, the immediate primary trend is predominantly still up while we’re were above that key pivot area of 9870.


Any, even junior trader should know that most of your fund managers, they use things like the 200-day simple moving average. They maybe use a 50-day moving average or a 20. In this case, we’re using it in the same particular way that these professional money managers that will use, excuse me. Everything that I’m talking about here, I actually have taught quite a bit of this at the seminars, et cetera, in how to do this. Again, this is an outlook. I’m not showing… If I go back on here and say, “Okay, I’m going to click on say the F7 here,” and I’m going to say, “Okay, well, we crossed over right here and the market just went up,” well, the one thing, the first thing we have to understand is that the crossover is incapable of creating order flow. We know this.  Order flow drives price, not a crossover. As long as we understand that, we can use it for a confirming indicator after the move is already in progress, right? When I look at this, I can also then click on my F8 in the VantagePoint software. To even suggest that this is subjective is utterly ridiculous. When we look at this, you can see that by removing the actual black line, you can use the black line if you so choose to, but again, there is no blinking lights in this program saying, “Buy here and sell there.” It’s discretionary, right? It’s doing the analysis and then when we look at this. When I remove the black line, I have a purpose in doing that. Again, when we look at a moving average crossover, we need to understand that it does not dictate the market per se.

Order flow does. What we’re doing is or what I’m doing here is what I’ve taught in many different seminars and classes is I watch for if the market… The same strategy that professional money managers would use when they’re using the 200-day moving average or 20-day moving average or a 50 or a hundred, whatever ones they use. They look to see if the market can hold above that area. In this case, using the long-predicted, we can see that we’ve had a very strong move on the dollar for multiple days in a row. Not only that, this area is a fantastic pivot area to buy from. If the market doesn’t get to the predicted low, there’s usually a reason. People will often say to me, “Well, I’m trying to get into a trade, but it keeps missing that predicted low by X amount of pips or points.”

My response is usually the same. It’s unable to penetrate this particular level. We have multiple days in a row where this trend holds. There is absolutely zero lag to a particular strategy like this. Again, this strategy is very easy for even the most novice trader to replicate. It is not subjective. It’s not about being subjective or objective or any of this nonsense. It’s about understanding price, order flow, inner market correlations, understanding that, again, we don’t want to go back and look and show… I would not come on here and show something that’s already happened. Because, again, if something has already happened, it’s too late for any of us to do anything with it. Again, this is an outlook. We are looking forward into next week.

Right now when I look at this, we’ve identified that initial key pivot area. Basically for the last two weeks the dollar is holding above this blue line, the predicted moving average. The black line is a simple moving average. You can use it or not use it. That is up to the individual trading. In my particular case, I like the triple EMA cross. With the triple EMA cross, I use these pivot areas. Again, if we look at that… One thing I should further point out is that when we look at the VantagePoint software, there is multiple crossovers. There’s a short-term crossover, a medium-term crossover, a long-term crossover, and a triple EMA crossover.

If somebody is only using the medium-term crossover or simply the blue line over the black line, that could be viewed as subjective because you’re only basically using one-tenth of the capabilities of the VantagePoint software. Again, there is no right or wrong way to use this program. The idea is that you can build strategies with this particular… Very effective strategies, I might add, based around the correlation. This blue line has taken the correlation of 31 other markets when it forecast the target market. For example, if we come back here and we look inside the engine of the AI, and again, very important that we’re doing that is again… Excuse me here. I’m just having trouble with this here. Let me go over here.

When we look at our properties and we go in here and we look at inner markets, these are the inner markets. The VantagePoint software is calculating into that particular blue line, basically making the black line to some degree obsolete because I’ve got all the information I need that is in that blue line. Again, it is not that one way of doing something is right and one way is wrong. It’s simply understanding they are different, but they are not… One is not more objective or subjective than the other. It’s simply different because neither one, there is not a blinking light here on this same cell right here. It is up to the trader or the investor to make that decision using this powerful tool.  Again, when we look at this strategy, on Friday was the first day we have closed below 9928. I prefer to wait for two days. After a strong move like that, I prefer to see that confirm that we close below this blue line two days in a row. That’s what I’m looking for, right? Now, if we come back here and we bring and we look at our dollar index and we implement the black line back in, we hit apply, then we can see that, again, the black line, the simple moving average, is a considerable distance away. Not only that, we’ve got the potential for lag in the market.

Now, lag is fine, it’s minimized here in the VantagePoint software, but still there’ll be cases throughout the presentation here that I’ll show you where once this crossover has taken place back here, the other thing we have to be concerned with also around this point is diversions. A crossover could take place multiple times during this period until it decides to make its trend, right? That’s where the blue line again can come in and it can be very, very effective. Case in point. Right there. You can see. I’ve said I like to see two days closing below this blue line. You can see that we had one day closing below this line, and the very next day we moved back up above it and the market continues its uptrend.  Now, we could make the argument that the trend started back here, but if we go back here, that would be showing something that, again, that is not an outlook. That’s showing something that has already happened. Again, if something has already happened three months ago, it’s of no use to us right now. Again, this is an outlook, not a recap. I want to make sure I clarify that for the audience that we’re talking about what’s going to happen next week and being able to replicate some of these strategies. Again, even the most junior trader could replicate what I’m doing here. They’re simple basic pivot areas that I’m using the software. As you can see, day-to-day we run up on this blue line and every single day it retraces back to this. Now, again, I’ve shown you the correlated markets, the 31 other markets.  I’ve lifted the hood so to speak of the engine of the VantagePoint software so everybody can see it. There’s additional indicators on here that I’m using also. This blue line is looking at the medium-term crossover and it’s measuring its strength. You can see the slope, the angle of this. Again, a lot of your professional money managers will look at the slope of the moving average, the lone individual moving average. They may not be as focused around the crossover because of, again, some of the points that I’ve already discussed here. A crossover does not create order flow. Order flow creates a crossover. That’s how this works, guys. I think that some people in the audience may have this backwards, right? I’m just pointing that out. That’s the purpose of this is an outlook.

We look at this right now and we say, “This is the first crack in the dam and the dollar right now and the dollar is likely going to continue to retrace back down to the triple EMA cross, to the T cross long that I mentioned.

S&P 500

When we look at the same methodology and we look at the S&P 500 and we say, “Okay, we start off the exact same way. We look at our key pivot area,” which usually will determine a longer term trend, 3338. We’ve had a bit of a sell-off there. I don’t think we need to panic just yet, but possibly. But once again, if we look at the medium-term crossover via the medium-term predicted difference and the long-term predicted difference, this is a far more effective crossover in my respectful opinion.  When we look at this, this tells me I connect the dots to this and this is a warning sign that maybe this is not the best idea to be buying a peer. I might want to be a little bit cautious because the medium-term trend is weakening against the longer term trend. That’s what’s actually happening here, right? When we look at that and if we click on… Say for example we go back here and if we’re to click on our crossover point once again, which we can easily do, we go back here and we say, “Okay. I need to go back and then I need to look at this.” Sorry. I’m just having a little bit of an issue with this thing. We go back here and we look at our medium-term crossover, right? I’m going to go back here and I’m going to click on F7. When we look at this right now, this particular crossover here on the medium-term crossing over the long-term trend, basically the pink line crossing over the black line is telling us that the medium-term trend is actually turning lower. The medium-term crossover is yet to complete, right? When we look at this, this is not subjective guys, what this is, this is objective. This is warning us. It’s telling me that, look, this trend is not as strong as what some people are saying that it is and that’s because it’s built in to the AI. When I look at this, I come back and I say, “Okay. We’re getting a little toppy up here. I should be cautious about buying up here.” That is a strategy that is not subjective. It’s not based on my personal opinion. That is based on fact.

That is based on the fact that this medium-term trend is weakening. This gave me essentially one, two, three, four, five, six days ahead of the blue line crossing the black line that this was going to happen. That is an indisputable fact. Okay? When we look at this, this is what we need to understand. We can then work in additional indicators if we want to. We have the neural index. We have the predicted RSI. We have all of these things. We can see here, my RSI is not the same as a conventional RSI. I use a 64-aim is a conventional RSI. I use a 60/40 split. Everything I’ve talked about here can be easily replicated by the most novice of traders because I’m explaining these particular indicators and what we look for in the marketplace. Again, price action is very important to monitor. When we look at a medium-term trend, this pink line measures the medium-term crossover. But when we implement the black line, we see that this particular strategy that I’ve used here, and again, it’s a strategy, right? Because there is no blinking light here saying, “Buy or sell this.” The trader understands that the medium-term trend is not that strong. It’s softening considerably.

The market struggles up around this exact same area. If I just simply take a line and draw a line on this particular bar right across there, the market has never really gone much higher from that pink line, right? So this allows me six days of selling into this particular area before the main trend starts to form. And who’s to say that this will go lower at this particular point? But we do have a crossover on the blue line crossing over the black. We then click on the F8. We look at the F8 and say, okay, we didn’t technically close, so we’ve closed one day below that particular blue line, but because I have this very different type of crossover. What I’m doing here guys, so everybody understands this, by using the pink line and the blue line, I’m eliminating, to some degree, I’m eliminating that black line here and measuring the trend this particular way.

So we can still use our blue line over the black line. We can still do all of these things, right? Again, there is no right way or wrong way. All trading, when you look at what we do, what the majority of market participants are, they’re speculators. They’re speculating on whether prices are going to go up or down. This is not a fact-based market. The Forex is not, the futures is not. Stocks are definitely not. So it’s again, we’re speculators where we look to minimize that speculation with tools like the VantagePoint Software.


Yes, we should be look… If we’re trading, we have again, major event risks that happen every month. We need to either stay away from those or get a better understanding of how they work, or look at the inner market correlations or do all of those things. Again, there is no right or wrong way of doing things. It’s simply strategies, right? So when we look at this right now, the S&P 500 is struggling. The forecast of it moving lower actually took place six days ago. But again, I would prefer the market to be breaking below this particular blue line. And if a whole new trend is going to form, I would like to see it move also below the T cross long. So whether you’re a buyer or seller of equity markets, there’s something here for everyone, if you know and understand these basic strategies that I’m talking about.  So again, we can buy up here, or another person could own the VantagePoint Software and they could say, “Well, I was at a seminar that Greg taught three years ago and he showed me this medium-term crossing the longterm predicted difference, and I would prefer to just short this.” Then I would say to that person, “Good for you. You’re looking at a strategy, you’re applying it, but I would also say you’ve got to be cautious of this blue line. We would like to see it also break down below there.”

You could have a third person that can say, “You know what? I don’t care about this. I’m only buying the S&P 500 because of some crossover that took place three months ago.” That’s fine. If you want to do that too, I would agree with that too. But the idea using the VantagePoint Software and using the tool, that’s what the VantagePoint Software is, guys, a tool. A tool to develop your own trading strategy. This is not a trade service program. It’s not going to sell send messages to your cell phone. It is doing hard analysis on your target market based around the correlation to 31 other markets. And I’ve just shown you how it does it. So again, we can go even further with this, but it’s an outlook.  So right now the outlook is not looking that great for the S&P 500 for next week. Is that subjective based around my opinion? It is not. It is based around the indicators used in the VantagePoint Software to its fuller potential. That’s it, right? So when we look at this, right now, for next week, we have closed down below this blue line. That area is now 3360. Selling into the 3360 area is reasonable because we’ve closed below this. Again, some of the strategies that I use, I prefer to see two days closing. I would like to see it come back up and test this level of 3360, but that’s how I can fine-tune my entry.  If I look at the predicted high for Monday, it’s 3360. The predicted moving average and the predicted high in this particular case are at the exact same level. That would equate to a short. I’ve got, I’m closing below the blue line, I’m closing below the T cross long. My medium term trend is weakening against my longterm trend. My neural index is down, my MACD is crossed over, and I broken the 40 level on the RSI, which suggests that we have potentially momentum building, right? So that’s how we look at this, guys.

To do this faster, and again, the other thing we want to mention here too is when we talk about support and resistance, support and resistance is probably the most powerful tools used in any market. The VantagePoint AI Software identifies a verified resistance zone. That is identified by two bars to the left and two bars to the right that are lower than that highest point. The same in reverse. We have a low point with two bars to the left and two bars to the right that are higher than that lowest point. That’s how we identify a failure point in the market. There’s nothing subjective about that. It’s common sense.


When we look at this and say… We could argue all day long about why the market, the S&P 500 failed to break down below 15… Gold, excuse me, failed to break down below 1564. But the simple thing here, guys, is it’s an irrelevant argument. Who cares? The market failed at that point. That is fact, right? So we identify these failure points in the market. So this market has been stuck in this area for a considerable period of time in gold. But then we’ve broken through the verified resistance zones and we’re continuing to advance higher. So that’s how we would look at this.

Once again, if we look at the medium term crossing the longterm predicted difference, right there, we can see that this was clearly pointing towards a move higher, same as the predicted RSI. We then look at our key pivot areas. Our key pivot area now, our T cross long, 1588, the buy is still long while above 1588. Think of it in the simplest terms. The guys, the big fund managers, your Warren Buffetts, your Lee Coopermans, they’re always talking about things like the 200 day simple moving average, the 50 day moving average, maybe a 21 day moving average. Have you heard them talk about a 50 day crossing over to 200? I haven’t.

And that’s not to say that there’s something, that a moving average crossover doesn’t work. I’m not saying that. I’m saying that it’s one strategy. But again, when we look and we bring in our key pivot area, right there, we can see that we want to monitor the long predicted. The black line is simply not of any real value to me because it’s just a simple moving average that’s calculating past price. It has no connection to the 31 other correlated markets. And again, there’s nothing wrong with using a medium term or a longterm crossover with the blue line over the black line, but there is absolutely nothing wrong with using it this way, also.

Both have some degree of subjectivity because again, we’ve got four different crossovers in the VantagePoint. So if somebody is only using a medium term crossover, then that is subjective because they’re ignoring all the other ones, right? They felt that that particular crossover is the best one. All the more power to you, that’s fine. Right? But we don’t say that something else is wrong because somebody else is doing something different, because neither system, neither one is telling to buy or sell. There is not a blinking light on here saying, “Buy here, sell there.” That is not happening. Right?

So again, only here did we start to break away and move higher, right? But again, once again, that’s already happened. So when we look at this, we come back and say, “Okay, that has taken place. Now what we do is we need to fine-tune the entry point on a day-to-day basis.” So we use the… Again, all we have to do is use the simple, the predicted moving average and use that area as a potential pivot area for the market to retrace. And you can see that it’s been doing that. Once again, you’ve got all this sideways chop, but there it is. We’re closing two days above that line and then we continue to advance. This is very easy for any trader to use.


Again, it’s simple to replicate what I’m doing here. There’s nothing to argue about or debate. It’s a learning experience here. It’s a strategy that can very easily be replicated by anybody who owns the software, and that is the intent of this outlook. I’m not doing a recap and showing you going back here some three, four months and saying, “Okay, well it crossed over here and it went all the way up here, but wait, it across there. Where did I get in? Where did I get out? What did I do?” Again, that’s very subjective.


Again, it’s simple to replicate what I’m doing here. There’s nothing to argue about or debate. It’s a learning experience here. It’s a strategy that can very easily be replicated by anybody who owns the software, and that is the intent of this outlook. I’m not doing a recap and showing you going back here some three, four months and saying, “Okay, well it crossed over here and it went all the way up here, but wait, it across there. Where did I get in? Where did I get out? What did I do?” Again, that’s very subjective.

So when we look at this, we say, no, we look at that blue line. We click on our F8 and we follow the market along here and we can see it bouncing off that blue line. The additional strategy is I want two days. If you want a confirmation again, there it is. Two days closing above or below, that particular predicted moving average will have me execute a long or a short, very simple. Right now, gold remains bullish. It continues to advance. That’s what we want to be looking at. When we look at things like Bitcoin. I like to touch base on Bitcoin for next week also. When we look at Bitcoin, we can look at this and say, “Okay, right now we’re getting into a bit of sideways chop, right?”


So we look at this right now and say we’re closing. Basically, we’re trying to close below that T-cross long. The T cross long is 9723. We’re closed at 9689. That would tell me that the longer-term trend is starting to shift. I come back and click on F8. You can see that we’ve got two bars right here. They’re closed below that. We’ve also got two bars here. We’ve got one bar up, so that did not instigate a trade here, right? When we come back, if I bring this backup and I say, “Okay, I’m putting my predicted moving average back in, or my simple long moving average back in, how does this look?”

So if I go like this and I press okay, then we’ve got, again, you’ve got some chop in there, right in that thing with the blue line on top of the black line. Again, order flow is what’s pushing this down. We’re getting confirmation now of this crossover point, and right now we do have a potential entry point to short Bitcoin. If we’re going to short Bitcoin, we would let the market come up to 9938. That key… Or, excuse me, 9707. Do you see how it caused confusion even for me having that blue line and black line on there? I would prefer to just use the blue line. It gives me the number I need, 9707. If I’m going to see this into the… I’m going to sell as close to that particular area as I can. When I look at the predicted high for the day, I can easily work that in. The predicted high is at 9763.

What I’m saying or what I’m teaching here right now is that if the market cannot hit that predicted high at 9763, it’s because it cannot clear 9707. It’s blocking it three days in a row. If it didn’t-

9707, it’s blocking it three days in a row. If it did it once or maybe twice, that could be a coincidence. If it does it seven, eight, nine, 10 days in a row, it’s no longer a coincidence. I’m sorry. Most of the market cycles over a 30 day period, it recycles and it starts it all over again. So all we’re doing is measuring that, right? Easy peasy. When we look at that pivot area, 9707, that is the area that if I’m going to short this or if you’re going to short this, then you would target that particular area on Monday and Tuesday of next week. Very easy.


So we spent a lot of time talking about multiple indicators in here and giving you more of a window into the vantage point software and the many indicators that it has. When we look at the Euro, when we look at this right now I can see that the market is bunching up down here. So any competent trader would look at price action, would look at supply and demand. I can see that four days in a row this is sitting here. Once again, the medium term, crossing the longterm predicted difference, this trend was starting to weaken several days ago. We come down two more days and the market completely stalls. So a very simple process is combining this with the medium-term crossing the longterm predicted difference. We’ve got momentum building starting to reverse back to the upside, and we have our neural index turning green, right? So again, this is a strategy that can be very easily replicated that is 100% fact-based, as best you can in a speculative market, right?

So our key pivot area there, the trend is still down. So does that mean that I can’t buy this, that I should never buy this? Well, of course not. We want to look at this and say, okay, we’re going to target back up to 109, backup back up to the 109 area. We’re going to buy down here and target backup to there. If we break above that, the first thing we have to do is we have to clear this blue line. So once again, when we look at this, there is absolutely no lag in this. We close below this blue line two days in a row that leads to a solid two week trend in the markets on selling the Euro. So again, nothing goes straight up and nothing goes straight down. Is that subjective what I just said? It’s fact. Show me one thing that has only gone straight down without going up at some point. There is nothing out there. You don’t need to get back to me on that one. There’s nothing.

So when I look at this I’m saying okay, we’ve got one day closing above this. So going into trading next week, we’re going to monitor this area at 108 24. Can we hold above that? But we have to monitor to see if we can get above the 109 the area, our longer-term pivot area. Very simple, guys. So right now we are targeting the 109 area for next week. This is not a recap of something that has already happened by looking at a crossover from a month ago and saying, well, if you did this back on this day, the market move this much, this is how much you would’ve made. Well guys, that does nothing for me because it’s long gone. Right?

Again, this is an outlook. So we’re looking at validating and saying, with a very specific strategy, that we’re looking for the market to hold above 108 24, we’re targeting the 109 level, and if we can break and close above the 109 level for one or two days in a row, I prefer to, but if you want to use one, knock yourself out. If you want to use three, you’re free to do that too. Again, this is a discretionary program that is used as a tool in trading. Okay? It doesn’t connect to a broker platform. Nothing is moving on here. This is what it is.

U.S. Dollar/Swiss Franc (USD/CHF)

When we look at this, that is our target for that particular pair. If we come down and look at something like US-Swiss Franc for example. I’ll look at this pair now. We’ve come down and we’ve hit the T cross long to the number at 97 79. We have failed rate at that particular level. We can see that our triple EMA cross took place back here. So now we want to assess. Do we want to keep shorting this? Right? So I look at my medium-term crossing my longterm predicted difference that, once again, the market has really not moved anywhere to the upside since that medium term trend weakened against the longer term trend, but the neural index has been up the whole time. Now the neural index is down, right?


We click on F8. This is the first day in probably two or three weeks that we’ve actually closed below the predicted moving average. Now we’re looking to see if we can close below that on Monday. We would have our two days to go. And then on Tuesday we just slide into the market and hit the sell button. It’s that simple. Again, these strategies are very simple to replicate if you own the software. Our predicted high is 98 06, our T cross long or exact pivot area, 98 13. That tells me the area where I want to set my shorts, preferably on Tuesday, right? Because we avoid Monday trading. On Monday, trading is usually the hangover from Friday.

Is this outlook somehow tainted because I said that? Of course not. It’s utterly ridiculous to even suggest that. When you’re helping other traders by saying very often price from Monday reverses on Tuesday, you’re giving them very valuable information. Because some people they get down on themselves, they say, okay, well I did this, this and this and this trade went against me. I’m simply providing you with information of things that I have noticed. It’s an observation because this is an outlook, not a recap. That is the setup.

When we quickly move into some of our other pairs here, we look at the pound dollar and we say, okay, we’re coming all the way up to… We’ve got resistance. T cross long, 129 87. That critical pivot area is identified here. We need to close above that if this trend has any chance of reversing. If I come back and I look at this and I say, okay, we’re just barely closing above this particular blue line, my medium term crossing the longterm predicted difference is actually down, but the neural index is showing an update.

British Pound/U.S. Dollar (GBP/USD)

Now, this again was created by order flow. And what I mean by that is there was an economic announcement from Boris Johnson in the UK, and people are calling this the Boris bounce. So if I didn’t mention that, then I wouldn’t be doing my job. This went up because of speculators, because they think that things are going to work out in the UK. That’s what we’re in, a speculative market. If you want to come in here and bang your fist on the table and say, I only want facts, I want this, well, you’re in the wrong business, okay? Because you have to know what’s happening in these markets to understand them better, that it can cause some fluctuation and that’s what causes problems at times with moving average crossovers. Not all the time, but some of the time because you get into trading in a range and you get what’s called sideways chop, and it can be very difficult.

So again, we’re trying to measure this. Right now we’ve got a two day close below this particular level. We’ve bounced up here. So, for now, shorts are still very reasonable. We’ve got the majority of the powerful indicators are in agreement. But again, the market, this bounce, in my respectful opinion, it would be completely incompetent of me not to mention the Boris bounce because it’s affecting order flow. It’s affecting other markets in the UK. Lloyd’s Bank, some of the stocks, all of these things are being affected by that. It’s worthy of mentioning it because it’s happening now. Again, this is not a recap. This is an outlook. We’re forward-looking. Will the market continued to support Boris next week? We will monitor our key pivot levels and see if the market can clear those levels and then we will go long.

U.S. Dollar/Japanese Yen (USD/JPY)

The same thing we would apply to things like dollar-yen, or any of these Forex pairs or any individual stock. This strategy that I’m discussing here is applicable right across the board. Stocks, futures, commodities. I don’t trade them any differently. And again, when we look at the dollar-yen, we had a big spike up. So again that was created via order flow, right? So if I look at this and I come back and I bring back in here into my medium-term crossover it’s crossed over back here. Relatively, that has been very effective, right? So we look at this right now and it’s coming back up. You’re getting into a lot of sideways chop right in this particular area.

If we click on the F8 and I take some of this out of here, then we would look for the market to again to continue to close above this particular area. If it’s closing above the blue line, it’s long. Below is short. When I look at this right now, I’m saying like a moth to a flame, we’ve seen it all through these charts. The further the market moves away from the vantage point predicted moving average, the more likely it is it’s going to retrace to it. So is the dollar yen just going to keep going higher? Probably not. So when we look at that, we say, okay, well if I’m going to buy this, I would prefer to buy it off of this blue line. In Monday’s case, the predicted low is at 110 92. Our key pivot area is 110 91. This is the perfect area that if I’m a buyer of this particular pair, then I am going to wait for the market to come to this level.

This again is not a recap. This is an outlook. So I’m saying, and this is the main advantage with the vantage point software, is that we already know this level. This video is being produced while the markets are closed. The markets don’t open until Sunday night. This video is being done as you can see on my laptop out at 1:40 in the afternoon. That is significantly different than a recap. We’re talking about a targeted area of 110 91. We need that level to hold, but either way, if I’m going to buy it, that’s where it’s going to be.

U.S. Dollar/Canadian Dollar (USD/CAD)

US, Canada, when we look at this, again, you can see in the software on the triple EMA cross we’ve got this yellow area here, right? So if we go on here and we look at this right now and we look at this particular pair we’ve closed below this particular area. Right now it looks like a new trend is just starting, doesn’t it? When we look at it from that perspective, 132 42. We’re closing the market at 132 23. Everything looks good. Looks like we’ve got a trend here that’s just about to start.

Well, when in actual fact when taking a closer look at that and using an order flow strategy, using price action, we identify using the predicted moving average where everything is evolving. Then we see something very different. This crossover is just taking place way over here, right? We agree. This is live. So then if I click on my F8, this over here, the trader, just starts to think about going short over here.

But wait a minute, let’s go over here and take off the black line for a second and say, well, wait a minute. This trend actually started right here and this trend has been in progress for one, two, three, four, five, six, seven or eight days this has been in progress. We’ve had multiple times to reset our shorts using this blue line. There is nothing subjective about that. That is an absolutely deadly strategy that produces very well every week. Again, 31 other markets correlated into that blue line. The predicted difference right here, as we were moving up it was warning us that basically this trend is losing steam. The only negative that one could say about the medium-term crossing the longterm predicted difference, which is not even a negative, is that it’s always ahead of the market. That’s the beauty of it. Where an actual blue line over the black line may not be, or you could have sideways chop.

And then when we remove the black line and we use the blue line by itself, my goal here is to assist traders and provide strategies that they can use with their vantage point software. That’s the sole purpose of this. Again, it’s an outlook, not a recap. So when I’m doing this, I’m saying the Canadian dollar next week 132 52, we need to hold below this level. If I’m going to short this, it’s going to be as close to that level as I possibly can. I then look at the predicted high of the day and it’s 132 53. We know this before trading starts not after. The market moves up and down throughout the day, up, down, up, down, supply, demand, buyers and sellers, bowls versus the bear. All over and over and over again. This goes on and on all day long. So we do not chase the market.