Forex Bullish Consensus

FX Bullish Consensus Tutorial

Bullish Consensus is all about extremes and divergences. The more common application is in the extremes of 20% or below and 90% or above.

Below 20% the theory of FX contrary opinion – on which bullish consensus is based – states the market is ‘sold out.’ Every trader who wants to sell has sold; prices can only go up, at least temporarily.

Above 90% the market is overbought. If everyone is bullish there is no one left to buy and prices can only go down.

Less well understood by traders, but also offering potentially valuable information are various divergences between prices and the bullish consensus. As prices rise to the extremes, bullish consensus should follow along. As prices fall to the extremes, bullish consensus should track with them.

In the example below of the AUDUSD the student of FX Bullish Consensus will note the divergence between prices (green arrow) and Bullish Consensus (red arrow). Expansion and Contraction of the differential of the two is also worthy of study.

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Chart Courtesy of www.metaquotes.net and www.forex.com

The lesson? Don’t just use FX Bullish Consensus for extremes – watch those divergences. There is gold in the data – you just need to know where to mine!

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GoodmanWorks FOREX Bullish Consensus figures are derived from opinions of  professional-only FX traders and analysts.  Participants rate each pair from 0-100, Bearish->Bullish with 50 as Neutral.

A study of FOREX contrary Opinion conducted by GoodmanWorks using FX data for fifteen years yielded some interesting results and led to development of the Weekly Power Index (WPI) and the Expansion/Contraction Ratio (ECR). Like all technical analysis FOREX contrary opinion is subject to interpretation and a suitable subject for deeper study.

There are NO advisory services, signal services, high-frequency or fully-algorithmic traders in the GoodmanWorks FX Bullish Consensus poll – just professional discretionary and computer-assisted traders.  The Weekly Power Index endeavors to find predictive value in sharp week-to-week Bullish Consensus changes and the ECR tracks the cumulative divergence between prices and bullish consensus.

The GoodmanWorks FX Bullish Consensus for twelve active currency pairs  is now available for $4999.00 per year.

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The FX Bullish Consensus report also provides moving averages for each pair, the proprietary Weekly Power Index, Expansion and Contraction analysis commentary and research reports on effectively applying FX Bullish Consensus for both long term and short term traders.

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