Thank you to everyone who got in touch about the market scanner - the positive feedback was much appreciated. You can now see it working live at Forexsticks -an experimental site where the scanner looks for harmonic patterns and eWave counts, on the hourly charts across major forex pairs. If nothing else, it demonstrates the power of the Omni Scanner as a handsfree always-on tool. We hope this site will eventually become a good source of reliable trading signals but much more work yet to be done.
Do you have a favourite setup that you would like scanning every hour, or every day? There are no plans to release the scanner but we can look at setting up a service for you, on a VPS for only you to see - send us a message using the Contact Us tab for more info.
On a different note but while I'm here, I would like to give a special thanks to Erron at AuthenticFX for the nice post he did on this website - all off his own back without accepting anything in return. Erron is one of the few 'good ones' in the world of Forex - do take a look at his site for some very informative forex posts.
Here's another example of eWaves doing its thing this week. David traded it, I missed it, due to being otherwise engaged (working on the signals scanner - more on that later). Finding confluence of wave 4, fib retrace and a strong S/R level, with a sprinkle of good price action analysis, to bag more that 130 pips to the pre-plotted TZ1 level. A simple, low-risk high-reward way of trading with setups that occur many times in a week; what more could a trader want?