Forex Murrey math lines and forecasts

Murrey Math Levels is one of the classic approaches to currency market analysis, which is successfully applied to everyday trading processes. Murrey math lines can be used for understanding both short- and long-term outlooks. As a rule, a strategy that involves Murrey math lines includes other types of technical analysis.

Murrey math lines are based on the approach and observation of William Gann, also used for forecasting, but Murrey was able to adapt this system, making it understandable for investors. The Murrey math levels approach is to track the 8 major lines (price levels) that together make up the "Murrey math lines" indicator. Despite the fact that the method of analysis and forecasting according to Murrey math lines is quite complex, experts consider it unique and capable of performing in combination with others. On this page, you will find Murrey math lines analytics from RoboForex experts.

27.01.2023

Murrey Math Lines 27.01.2023 (Brent, S&P 500)

Brent quotes are going up again, a correction of the S&P 500 index to 2/8 is expected.
26.01.2023

Murrey Math Lines 26.01.2023 (USDCHF, XAUUSD)

USDCHF might drop to 1/8, Gold quotes are heading for 8/8.
25.01.2023

Murrey Math Lines 25.01.2023 (USDJPY, USDCAD)

Breakaway of 3/8 will indicate falling of USDJPY, USDCAD quotes are expected to keep falling.
24.01.2023

Murrey Math Lines 24.01.2023 (AUDUSD, NZDUSD)

AUDUSD is approaching the overbought area, NZDUSD is heading for 8/8.
23.01.2023

Murrey Math Lines 23.01.2023 (EURUSD, GBPUSD)

EURUSD remains in the overbought area, GBPUSD might correct to 4/8.
20.01.2023

Murrey Math Lines 20.01.2023 (Brent, S&P 500)

Brent quotes are approaching the oversold area, the S&P 500 index is returning to 1/8.
19.01.2023

Murrey Math Lines 19.01.2023 (USDCHF, XAUUSD)

A breakaway of the support level will indicate falling of USDCHF, Gold quotes are to keep growing.
18.01.2023

Murrey Math Lines 18.01.2023 (USDJPY, USDCAD)

Correction ends in USDJPY, the next goal for USDCAD decline is 2/8.