(Explaining text from my tug-of-war thread) "I'm a fan of graphs and these time-random attached charts give a visual overview of markets (these got nothing to do with the price/volume theory though)
I like to share some screens I look at on an everyday level, might spark some ideas for fellow traders.
First shows US bonds and exotics.
Rising yields normally are markets bullish and falling bearish. But also the yield curve inversion is important to take into consideration.
Exotics have been quiet for some time and was more market moving during the time of big price drop in TRY and ARS. USD currencies added to eliminate the USD factor in the graph calculation."
"Second shows currency, stock indices, gold, and oil.
Currencies listed as green are normally considered market bullish and red are considered market bearish. EUR and GBP can't be put into this category so they're yellow and orange. Stock indices have a slight correlation to the currencies mentioned above. By adding USD crosses to the XAU/USD will eliminate the USD factor and show the more 'real' XAU price movement, same with oil."