Updated Forex Charts with Bokeh

Posted on 2019-12-15 in Forex • Tagged with Forex, Python, Stocks, Crypto • 2 min read

Just updating my past post on autogenerating support and resistance lines for the EURUSD. I've updated the charts to use Bokeh, a nicer and interactive set of plots. You can zoom in and see the candles at various price levels. I still need to do more labeling work on the …


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Weekly Support and Resistance Updates to EURUSD

Posted on 2019-12-09 in Forex • Tagged with Forex • 1 min read

Over the years I've used labs.neuralmarkettrends.com  as my development sandbox. Sometimes it was to test out new CMS's (like Expression Engine) and other times it's cron jobbing scripts. For the most part, it's cron jobbing scripts. I started thinking about using  that site as a Django dev site …


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Autogenerating Support and Resistance Lines for Forex

Posted on 2019-11-08 in Forex • Tagged with Python, Stocks, Forex • 1 min read

On the heels of my last post, I've extended those functions to the EURUSD pair. The data starts from this year 2019 and goes through to yesterday. It's actually a pretty neat script as it takes data from Onada and then generates the support and resistance lines for that particular …


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Autogenerating Support and Resistance Lines

Posted on 2019-11-06 in Forex • Tagged with Python, Stocks, Forex • 1 min read

Work has been keeping me busy but I found sometime to figure out how to autogenerate support and resistance lines. I cobbled together some code I found online and then made a simple plot. I'm doing this to help me identify the 'zones' in Forex (mostly) and see if I …


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Euro goes Boink!

Posted on 2019-08-01 in Forex • Tagged with Forex • 1 min read

Short post as I'm running to catch a flight back home. Yesterday Chairman Powell dropped interest rates by 0.25%. This comes on the heals of the Eurozone dropping interest rates too. Everyone was expecting this and I knew some sort of volatility would be happening. Looks like we broke …


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