Bolivia
Age 35
Trading strategy
Long-term technically-driven strategies underpinned by indicators/pattern recognition
Biography
I started trading when I was 15 years old. By now i have 16 years of experience. I studied a Master in Finance in Chile, and i dedicated the last 10 years of trading to invest and analyze currencies.

I develop a really good knowledge for doing technical analysis, some times i share my views with Tom Fitzpatrick (Managing Director and Global Head of CitiFX Technicals, Citi Bank) by mail and he like my work.

I like to find medium to long term patterns in the five principal currencies, i think they are worth waiting for.

On 2012 we started a new bussiness with my brother and a partner, we are developing "robots" for doing automated trading investments. With all the knowledge in technical analysis and the power of computers we are having great results.

www.roboticsolutionsfx.com

Risk Disclosure: Trading foreing exchange on margin carries a high level of risk, and may not be suitable for all investors. Losses can exceed you´re initial investment.
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  • Squawk / 11 May 2018 at 22:59 GMT
    Hello dear, please contact me at stephaniesaib2@gmail.com
    i have something very urgent and important to share with you
    I wait for your mail. Thanks
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  • Article / 02 March 2018 at 0:26 GMT

    The trend is your friend with the US dollar

    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
     The trend is your friend with the US dollar
    Donald Trump has followed in the footsteps of George W. Bush in deciding to slap heavy tariffs on metals imports, in a move that could have a wide-ranging impact, including on FX markets. Meanwhile rate differentials may be out of fashion among FX traders, but they are likely to reassert themselves when least expected.
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    2y
    Morris Morris
    Flavio! Grt yet simplistic pattern on Eur/USD. Key ingredients to patterns are repetition and proportion! Now lets get to the details Your E Wave A will it...
    2y
    Favio Handal Zalaquett Favio Handal Zalaquett
    Hello Morris, i dont understand what you mean by E Wave A and E Wave C, please explain
    2y
    Morris Morris
    Elliott's Wave
  • Squawk / 31 August 2017 at 1:48 GMT
    Senior Analist / Robotic Solutions Fx
    Bolivia
    Hello everybody! is a long time that i dont post anything here on TF, but i am bulding my new blog for trading opportunities and for sharing some interesnting ideas...

    I invite everyone to visit me, the blog is new but i will make some impruvments over time

    www.tradingmode.com

    Yesterday i posted 2 opportunities, you still have time to ride the market

    Regards!
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    2y
    vik7795 vik7795
    Thanks
    2y
    vik7795 vik7795
    Is program finish?
    2y
    Favio Handal Zalaquett Favio Handal Zalaquett
    Hello vik, i was waiting for a clear opportunitie to post something, and you read my mind, i am going to upload a chart to my blog...
  • 2y
    Kim Cramer Larsson Kim Cramer Larsson
    It could indeed be completion of Wave 3.
    Divergence indicates an imbalance in the market price vs. indicator (RSI, MACD, volume). If price is falling with lower...
    2y
    Morris Morris
    Thanks
    2y
    Favio Handal Zalaquett Favio Handal Zalaquett
    hello kim do you still think that eurusd needs to correct to 1,14 before going up to 1,25?
  • Squawk / 27 August 2016 at 15:14 GMT
    Senior Analist / Robotic Solutions Fx
    Bolivia
    USDJPY - has stabilized (Double Bottom formation as expected!!!! :) ) after making a higher low again. That is the second higher low since the UK referendum. Momentum is turning back UP and the overlay with the Nikkei 225 suggests USDJPY should be around 112-114 in the next couple of months :)
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    3y
    Dj TinTin Dj TinTin
    The 21st Sept should be the decider
    3y
    Jim Earls Jim Earls
    However, could break to 95.
  • Squawk / 27 August 2016 at 14:51 GMT
    Senior Analist / Robotic Solutions Fx
    Bolivia
    EURUSD - After a couple of weeks of consolidation / correction up, the EUR is moving back down and is likely to continue lower with some momentum against other majors too.

    We can expect short term losses to the level of 1,04 before bouncing back
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    3y
    bancodemon bancodemon
    nice view
    3y
    Andrzej Rymarczuk Andrzej Rymarczuk
    Favio, could you update your forecast for eurusd. I'm not in the trade and would like to join, do you see any correction in sight and how...
  • Squawk / 05 July 2016 at 19:27 GMT
    Senior Analist / Robotic Solutions Fx
    Bolivia
    My EURUSD chart and forecast

    I think EURUSD is in a small transition phase forming a H&S pattern

    With Brexit the price broke last week the uptrend channel, and now is forming the right shoulder for the next move down.

    I think a good entry price for SELL would be 1,1215 with a target 1,0490 an a Stop Loss o 1,1340

    Regards
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  • Squawk / 02 July 2016 at 15:32 GMT
    Senior Analist / Robotic Solutions Fx
    Bolivia
    Best Opportunity in 40 years - Buy USDJPY next week!!!

    The price action is reversing a 40 year old down trend, with interest diferentials in favor of the dollar, Japan expanding its monetary base, and US in the path of contracting we can see interest rate raising in the future and expect the pair to go from 101 to 170 over time

    Idea: BUY USDJPY at 101,50 with stop at 98 and leave it for 2 years ;)

    Look at one of my older charts and the new
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    3y
    Favio Handal Zalaquett Favio Handal Zalaquett
    i will make a new post the day to enter the market i think it would be tuesday or wednesday...
    3y
    Andrzej Rymarczuk Andrzej Rymarczuk
    Hi Favio, congratulations, again if I followed your recommendations I would be in the big trend. Great work!
    3y
    Favio Handal Zalaquett Favio Handal Zalaquett
    thank you Andrezej i will make my chart uptade in a few days, continue with you´re positions on USDJPY until 113,80 then close. Wait for the correction...
  • Article / 19 February 2016 at 0:07 GMT

    Bank of Japan set to remain on sideline until April

    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    Bank of Japan set to remain on sideline until April
    At the Bank of Japan's next meeting on March 15, the policymaking board is unlikely to extend monetary policy easing, preferring to wait until each member submits updated economic forecasts at the April 28 meeting. But circumstances could force its hand, be they economic data points, financial market developments at home or abroad or commodity price moves.
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    4y
    Favio Handal Zalaquett Favio Handal Zalaquett
    Hi Max! do you think we are going to test the neckline on the pair (116 level) before resuming the trend down?
    4y
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    Favio, Corrective Wave 4/ has done enough already!
  • Squawk / 28 January 2016 at 20:20 GMT
    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    Today’s poor durable goods data out of the US open up the possibility – although not probability - the first estimate of fourth quarter GDP number to be released at 13.30 GMT could come in negative. USD traders should be on the alert, just in case.

    But before that we have the Bank of Japan monetary policy statement. See preview https://www.tradingfloor.com/posts/no-change-from-the-boj-so-jpy-bears-beware-6949782
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    4y
    thewickedwiz thewickedwiz
    So does the rise in USD YEN change any views ?
    4y
    Patto Patto
    The vote by the BoJ to introduce a negative interest rate was a close one: 5 to 4. And negative 0.1% is not a big deal these...
    4y
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    that's right Patto
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