all the main pairs are covered (EURUSD, GBPUSD, EURGBP, AUDUSD, NZDUSD, USDJPY, GBPJPY, EURJPY, USDCAD) as well as EURAUD, GBPAUD, as well as BTC and Gold and Silver.
Obviously, by analyzing the respective main pairs, you could derive trades for “derivative pairs”. So for example; if AUDUSD has DM shorties and is bullish while USDJPY has DM shorties and is bullish, sometimes you can trade AUDJPY to capture that etc.
Most of the time, Djamal recommends to directly trade the input pairs however.
thanks for this. Yes, honestly I was asking more out of curiosity than anything else – I expect the other pairs aren’t shown because there isn’t enough data from retail volume possibly due to low DM participation?
Also, I noticed today that GbpUsd had one of the strongest moves of the day. When you look at the Gbp pairs as a whole, they had signal on almost every Gbp pair. I wonder if this is also a good indicator of larger moves – where the same base currency is seeing the same DM positioning across different pairs.