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.

23.09.2021

Murrey Math Lines 23.09.2021 (USDCHF, GOLD)

USDCHF is approaching the “overbought area” again, while XAUUSD may fall to reach 3/8.
22.09.2021

Murrey Math Lines 22.09.2021 (USDJPY, USDCAD)

USDJPY has left the “oversold area”, while USDCAD is heading towards 2/8.
21.09.2021

Murrey Math Lines 21.09.2021 (AUDUSD, NZDUSD)

Both AUDUSD and NZDUSD may fall to reach 2/8.
20.09.2021

Murrey Math Lines 20.09.2021 (EURUSD, GBPUSD)

EURUSD has reached the “oversold area”, while GBPUSD is expected to test 0/8.
17.09.2021

Murrey Math Lines 17.09.2021 (Brent, S&P 500)

The S&P 500 index has completed the correction, while Brent is trading within the “overbought area”.
16.09.2021

Murrey Math Lines 16.09.2021 (USDCHF, GOLD)

Bulls will once again attempt to push USDCHF past 6/8, while XAUUSD is still expected to fall towards 4/8.
15.09.2021

Murrey Math Lines 15.09.2021 (USDJPY, USDCAD)

USDJPY is approaching the “oversold area”, while USDCAD may grow and reach 5/8.
14.09.2021

Murrey Math Lines 14.09.2021 (AUDUSD, NZDUSD)

AUDUSD is returning to 3/8, while NZDUSD may reach the resistance at 6/8.