Trade Recommendations based on Sentiment
How to exploit the herd mentality and profit
What I Offer
Real time sentiment data in easy to understand graphical formats
Ensure you always open a trade with the trend
Weekly YouTube Forecasts for the major FX pairs
Trade Confidently with peace of mind
Telegram service that combines the sentiment and technical analysis
10 years experience as Forex analyst (using Harmonics, Fibonacci and pitchforks)
I’m an experienced Forex Trader committed to helping clients understand sentiment analysis (with respect to the retail long and short ratios) to always ensure the trade is executed on the right side of the trend.
The signals are generated by a special algorithm, that capture the essence of the retail herd as they move against the trend. Once they have moved over 5% across the threshold, the signal is generated. Access to the spreadsheet is $25 a month, and you get telegram access for in-depth analysis of your chosen currency pair / instrument.
Once you have donated please contact me on Twitter at Quasidb for further instructions and access to the documentation.
Trade Recommendations based on Sentiment offers general trading advice that does not take into consideration factors such as your trading experience, personal objectives and goals, financial means, or risk tolerance. If you have any concerns, it is suggested that you seek advice from a professional financial advisor. Keep in mind that past performance is no indication of future results.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is required of me when I get the True Signal?
I will post charts in our telegram channel, where I will simply suggest levels for entry and exits. You will then have to look at your chart and study it for YOUR entry / exits. If you need help on this, I can assist you. If the signals were generated during the Asia session, it is highly likely I will be asleep, so I cannot guide you technically.
Are all the True Signals equal? Are the Forex signals the same as the commodities and indices signals?
No, they are not equal due to the massive difference in the "participation rate" - compare EURUSD and Nasdaq for example. EURUSD gives us much more of an accurate reading due to the huge data sample, with respect to the amount of positions held and their respective lot sizes
This spreadsheet looks a bit confusing, how are the signals made and what do the bubbles signify?
User Guide at:
I also have three very short YouTube videos:
Spreadsheet Signals Guide - brief overview:
Currency Baskets Guide
Pending signal, an idea for entry based on pivot points
Should I enter the trade immediately when I see a "True Signal"?
No, always do some prep work and never enter any trade blindly. You want to be happy about the entry and exit. Otherwise following signals will always give you uncertainty and unease, and you’ll not become a better trader with this uncertainty hanging over you. I want you to use the signals as I do, as a powerful directional bias
The signals are generated from "doing the opposite of the crowd", correct? Are they ALWAYS wrong?
No, they are "often" wrong. Sometimes, they are spot on and the herd gets their pips. This is known in the sentiment analysis field as "blackjack theory" - they are simply ALLOWED to win, so they come back and bet with higher stakes. If they constantly lost, the banks would lose a huge source of liquidity, since the retail traders would go elsewhere and stop "playing” along.
How long are the signals valid? What's their lifespan?
The signals are valid if the shifting is in agreement. If you took a EURUSD long when it triggered at 5%, and the shifting % reversed, back to 2% shifting, the signal would be invalidated. It’s not an exact science, but a reversal of shifting can indicate a potential change of momentum, and hence you need to know when and where to exit.
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