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How To Trade Like Banks & Institutions FX (Part 2) COT Reports & Bonds

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firestarter76 (3 hours ago)
Denzil DopraSon (8 days ago)
Best video on Cot report
Executive Outcomes (21 days ago)
Hello ! I can see many currencies in COT report, but i cant see US dollar … what its the date for us dollar please ?
Bassam Daoud (26 days ago)
An eye-opener. I wished there were more videos of such quality analysis. This is real trading. Thank you for the effort. How can I join your group?
MB Himmel (1 month ago)
Thanks that was simple and easy explanation ( Excellent )
helen Cai (1 month ago)
Hi, J, this is a great video.Thanks for sharing these useful information. I am confused about that when US10 ,US10Y tells me the trend is going up, but US02,US02Y shows me the trend is going down, which one should I follow?
David Rodríguez (1 month ago)
Hello, I have a question, if the COT reports are released on Friday, revealing all the positions as of Tuesday... are we supposed to open a position next Monday based on that information? I am new by the way, thanks.
Kev the Rev (1 month ago)
This is a Total GAME CHANGER, but can it really be so easy?? Thanks from TAIWAN.
Alan Benarroch (3 months ago)
Excellent video... Just 1 comment. The Commercials are hedgers so the numbers are to be read in the opposite direction. That is why the commercials were selling the Pound (GBP up). Also, on Tradingview you could "Click' on "Compare" and add the 2 yields in just 1 single line. So, for example, the 10-year yield: type = GB10Y-JP10Y (enter), and you will get a line that will show you wish yield is stronger. That way you will have all the info in just one graph. Add the COT info you describe, apply technical analysis and you are golden.
Suganya R (8 hours ago)
Hi Alan,This is what I'm searching for such a long time in youtube..why can't you make a simple video briefing your ideas which will be really helpful.
marky gilbert (3 months ago)
Can youmake another video like this this is soo information
HAHAH of HAHA land (3 months ago)
wtf did i just watch, for the first part with the chicago mercantile exchange why would you only factor in non-commercial instead of the total values of non-commercial + commercial + retail and compare that
Ciprian Vatamanu (1 month ago)
HAHAH of HAHA land because it all adds to zero ... Futures (because COT is for Futures data) are a zero sum game :)
Rock Quarry (3 months ago)
I'm a newbie to trading so I'm not sure if this means (or should mean) anything to anyone but I noticed that if you add the Non Reportable values to the Total values then both Long and Short values are equal overall so both L & S values match the Open Interest value. Thanks for your time J and putting this out there. Kia ora from the land of the long white cloud. I have Subscribed.
skyhigh (4 months ago)
Regarding Bonds and Yields on Tradingview, since I trade the EUR/USD in New York, can I simply add the GB02 Symbol and see whether the Bonds are Bullish or Bearish? Back to COT, how can I view the data of the last 6 to 12 months in order to back-test and see whether the contracts played out in the price action? Thank you.
skyhigh (4 months ago)
Hi, Mr. Athens. I just found this video and think this is very insightful. I watched and followed it carefully and, based on what I found in the data of Tuesday, July 10, 2018, I concluded that the EUR/CAD would be Bullish. Therefore, the EUR/USD, which is a positively correlated pair, should also be Bullish as the Commitments Of Traders plays out. My question is: how many days does it take to play out, and beginning when? From a Tuesday when data is reported? Or from a Friday when the data is published? I didn't get to the part about Bonds and Yields on Tradingview. Do I have to register an account with them in order to access that info? Nevertheless, just looking at the numbers on the COT as you instructed helped me arrive at an upcoming Bullish sentiment as I said above, and as of 6 days later, it seems to be true so far. Any thoughts will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Curvs Chanel (4 months ago)
cammcad (5 months ago)
Thank you!
Hristo Hristov (5 months ago)
You know man?This is one of the most worth it videos I've watched the last 2 years. I just discovered one missing very important peace of the puzzle. Thanks a lot for sharing.
J Athens (4 months ago)
lol glad I was able to help you...consider joining my webinars http://www.jathens.us/p/webinars.html
Luke singh (5 months ago)
joe aztiena (5 months ago)
thank you sir..lot of learning
m alsati (5 months ago)
thank you
Orthodoxforever71 (5 months ago)
Excellent video!I've been trading forex for a while but never thought using these COT reports and bond yields to forecast currency movements.Thank you for this video.
J Athens (5 months ago)
Thank you, glad it was able to help you.
Cosmic Surfer (6 months ago)
since i knew about COT ,i thought this will be the most sensible aspect to learn to blen with price action.i cant appreciate much for the knowledge you share clearly .Thank you so much Sir
Ν Α (6 months ago)
Great Video. Thank you. My warm regards from Athens!
Mike Scarborough (6 months ago)
Thank you.
musa zondi (6 months ago)
thank you , that means on the GBP/JPY you were looking for buy opportunities after this report in the following week?
Pete Sayer (9 months ago)
Comparing hourly chart too daily doesn't make sense. And the change from previous week report I think ur doing it wrong. The change is already subtracted from the last week's number. So if this Friday it was 5000 longs for example and last Tuesday s change till now is 500. Means last week Friday they had 4500 and they added 500 making it 5000 for the week. Not adding 500 too 5000. For the current number it's already added
J Athens (9 months ago)
Bro, whether you're looking at 1hr or daily its all the same price action. What you don't understand is that these banks and institutions have large money and they're positions don't play out right away. So even though that data is delayed it still works out in my favor. And I do understand the number change from the week prior. Have you ever used COT reports?
Ade Abasanji (9 months ago)
Subbed! 👍
Faizi Gee (9 months ago)
if you were a girl i will must fall in love with you, very nice teaching
Wow, this is great information. Thank you so much!
Luan Pires (10 months ago)
Cot reports come every friday but they reflect information from the previous Tuesday. You are analysing previous market momentum, which mean, you are analysing what already happened.You are making decisions over what already happened, and only if the momentum continues, you will be able to make a profit. Dont talk about trading when you dont understand the sole fundamental of a future contract..
MeetMisterCox (6 months ago)
Soooo... What you mean to tell me is you're analyzing what's about to happen?
donn Solomon (10 months ago)
I'm basically still learning to trade the almighty Forex market buh after watching your videos and the revelation, I have made a decision not to jump into it buh take enough time to master your strategies and join the winning 5%. Thank you very much
Ahdhdjdjd Shdjfjfjf (10 months ago)
Should we always analyse the 2 year bond only?
J Athens (10 months ago)
2 Year and 10 Year
Alexander Müller (10 months ago)
How often does this play out well i. e. how often can we use this data before the assumed move takes place?
zeta reticuli (10 months ago)
Pure Brilliance!!!;-)
J Athens (10 months ago)
Frazer Musonda (10 months ago)
Hey J Athens thanks for the video. 2 questions though...The COT report you analysed dates 24.10.17 (Lets say 3:30 time of release). There seems to be a sharp rally 3 candles into the 25th of October. Don't you think this should have been the reaction to the COP report unlike the rally on the 31st? Should it take a week after the COP report in order to be watchful for such a reaction? Thanks for the vid once again
Ramone mendes (10 months ago)
Fundamentals is key for any market
Ramone mendes (10 months ago)
I’m subscribing cause of this videos
Beethoven C (10 months ago)
J. Athens is wrong. Start Here- The market has three movements (1) The "main movement", primary movement or major trend may last from less than a year to several years. It can be bullish or bearish. (2) The "medium swing", secondary reaction or intermediate reaction may last from ten days to three months and generally retraces from 33% to 66% of the primary price change since the previous medium swing or start of the main movement. (3) The "short swing" or minor movement varies with opinion from hours to a month or more. The three movements may be simultaneous, for instance, a daily minor movement in a bearish secondary reaction in a bullish primary movement. Market trends have three phases Dow theory asserts that major market trends are composed of three phases: an accumulation phase, a public participation (or absorption) phase, and a distribution phase. The accumulation phase (phase 1) is a period when investors "in the know" are actively buying (selling) stock against the general opinion of the market. During this phase, the stock price does not change much because these investors are in the minority demanding (absorbing) stock that the market at large is supplying (releasing). Eventually, the market catches on to these astute investors and a rapid price change occurs (phase 2). This occurs when trend followers and other technically oriented investors participate. This phase continues until rampant speculation occurs. At this point, the astute investors begin to distribute their holdings to the market (phase 3). The stock market discounts all news Stock prices quickly incorporate new information as soon as it becomes available. Once news is released, stock prices will change to reflect this new information. On this point, Dow theory agrees with one of the premises of the efficient-market hypothesis. Stock market averages must confirm each other In Dow's time, the US was a growing industrial power. The US had population centers but factories were scattered throughout the country. Factories had to ship their goods to market, usually by rail. Dow's first stock averages were an index of industrial (manufacturing) companies and rail companies. To Dow, a bull market in industrials could not occur unless the railway average rallied as well, usually first. According to this logic, if manufacturers' profits are rising, it follows that they are producing more. If they produce more, then they have to ship more goods to consumers. Hence, if an investor is looking for signs of health in manufacturers, he or she should look at the performance of the companies that ship their output to market, the railroads. The two averages should be moving in the same direction. When the performance of the averages diverge, it is a warning that change is in the air. Both Barron's Magazine and the Wall Street Journal still publish the daily performance of the Dow Jones Transportation Average in chart form. The index contains major railroads, shipping companies, and air freight carriers in the US. Trends are confirmed by volume Dow believed that volume confirmed price trends. When prices move on low volume, there could be many different explanations. An overly aggressive seller could be present for example. But when price movements are accompanied by high volume, Dow believed this represented the "true" market view. If many participants are active in a particular security, and the price moves significantly in one direction, Dow maintained that this was the direction in which the market anticipated continued movement. To him, it was a signal that a trend is developing. Trends exist until definitive signals prove that they have ended Dow believed that trends existed despite "market noise". Markets might temporarily move in the direction opposite to the trend, but they will soon resume the prior move. The trend should be given the benefit of the doubt during these reversals. Determining whether a reversal is the start of a new trend or a temporary movement in the current trend is not easy. Dow Theorists often disagree in this determination. Technical analysis tools attempt to clarify this but they can be interpreted differently by different investors.
Serdar Yavuz (1 month ago)
Wtf!! So u sat down and wrote all that shit just to prove ur right and this guy is wrong?! What a stupid fuck
Ân Vũ Trọng (2 months ago)
Green Fury didnt expect a war thunder player here : D your channel is awsome
Green Fury (3 months ago)
this is technical...that you are talking about
tay soo hee (10 months ago)
In trading, there is no right or wrong. It is how much you make that matter.as no body can predict the market with so much variable.
rey2k (11 months ago)
Dude thumbs up your Great... This is what I'm looking for... God blessed and more power to you... Now it clear to me how COT report is working and how to uttilized it oj my day to day trading...
Nathi Kweyama (1 month ago)
J Athens (11 months ago)
Thanks, I really appreciate it, glad I'm able to help you
vino cadiz (11 months ago)
Hi..where can i see the US dollar currency in COT REPORTS?
Creequ (9 months ago)
The COT report shows futures for other currencies that are denominated in USD, thus the numbers for the USD are the aggregate of everything else inversed.
Johannah Mthimunye (11 months ago)
hi J nice n interesting info the last data I see since was on the 14th Nov 2017 where do I get to the latest data. thanx in advance
shanny fanny (11 months ago)
Great video, with some real golden nuggets dropped! Need a lil advice I’m looking on the reports and I can’t see “US dollar” section I trade eur/usd I can’t just look at “Euro fx” to cross reference that pair right..?
J Athens (11 months ago)
Yes you can
Gerrard Alamat (1 year ago)
Hey J so do the banks and institutions trade after the report is out? Great video keep it up
J Athens (11 months ago)
Thanks Jim,  No, those are positions that have already been placed. The public gets it a fews days later but the positions don't always play out right away
Akash Shah (1 year ago)
so well informative. thank you so much, Could you please tell me how can i join your telegram channel?
J Athens (1 year ago)
Your welcome, I appreciate you taking the time to watch   Telegram https://t.me/JAthensFX
Robert m (1 year ago)
Did you see what happen with The EUR-CAD basic on the Cot Report 10-31-2017 good infro The Banks going be mad at you for letting this out
Ashley MacLachlan (1 year ago)
Hello J. Great video, I want to know if you can only base 1H trades out of the COT reports or you can look for longer time frame as couple of days trades. Thanks have a great day
Mal (1 year ago)
Hi J Athens,Very informative video, thank you kindly for sharing... In this instance whereby you say that the GBP will strengthen, can we expect all the GBP pairs to strengthen? As you said the JPY will weaken, can we expect all the JPY pairs to weaken? I`m just using this particular as an example. Hope you understand my question. Thank you in advance.
J Athens (1 year ago)
No not all GBP pairs will strengthen, it depends on the currency its up against
Freedom_aint_Free (1 year ago)
Excellent video keep up the good work!!$ 100%
J Athens (1 year ago)
Thanks more content coming
frank Nzee (1 year ago)
Also, I cant find the bond and yield instruments on trading view. I just got on it. Never used it before.
bruce penn (11 months ago)
type those symbols into your watch list
Traders zone (1 year ago)
HI J, i still cant find those bonds and yields on tradingview. pls help bro
J Athens (1 year ago)
US10 US10Y US02 US02Y
frank Nzee (1 year ago)
Hey J, this is great. But the 'commercials' have more LONG volume on the YEN than the 'NON COMMERCIALS' SHORT volume. DO we just have to ignore the COMMERCIALS and base our judgement on the COMMERCIALS? Pls reply. Thanks
frank Nzee (1 year ago)
thanks J. this is so kind of you
J Athens (1 year ago)
Yes because commercials hedge on purpose, but mainly look at the non commercials
mycashflow (1 year ago)
I am one of your telegram followers. You are awesome to reveal this information to me. This help so much

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