# SATORI FX: Forex Mathematical Analysis Tools for Excel. The U.F.O. MARKET PERFORMANCE.

good space and good time fellow traders here we are at the second video regarding my satori fx for excel in this video we are talking about the ufo market performance let's go straight to the content that i would like to share with you and as you have watched the previous video on where you see the interface that i am using for my daily analysis of the forex market now we are talking about this charting okay this charting let me just grab it and put it in a great view represents the movement of the eight currencies that we have interest in trading which are the EUR the USD CAD CHF GBP AUD NZD and JPY, with the colors that are related to these colors and how do i calculate this charting okay so first of all and this is valid for all the other calculations i grab the data somewhere okay so i here have the data that are taken from metatrader4 and are the simple prices ... price has all the information we need so we have the information of this very 28 crosses okay you can see by yourself there's no need to enumerate one by one we need these currencies sorry this crosses together and then we need to cluster them together in a manner where the simple example that i can do is for euro but this is valid for all the other crosses if i want to have the clustering of euro and have this line let me just grab this so it can be more clear let's grab this here and i want to cluster only the euro will be the clustering of this crosses euro dollar eurocad euro chf eurogbp eurAUD eurNZD and euryen okay but what the price the pips movement whatever so let's go into the detail of this so we start from the prices okay if we put the prices these are prices given every five minutes we're working on a five minute time frame well if we go with the charting of this this is not very this is not giving us any kind of information other than the fact that we have all the japanese yen related crosses because they are 130 115... 128 and then we have all the other crosses in fact if i if i get rid of the the japanese yen and let's take only for example the euro without the japanese and we have another kind of representation but this is not very effective for us so we need to work with this data this data i remind you are the real prices in a specific time frame that you decide to work with okay put on a spreadsheet very simple thing okay so let's set it up as it was before and what do we do with this information we go to the next step first of all i calculate how many bars are available from the zero in order to create at zero and this is a calculation that is not part of this video it's obtainable by doing some mathematical tricks on excel but this is related to the ability you have with the excel to the skills you have developed with the excel so this is not an excel course this is something related to how to manipulate the data the price data from meta trader or in general from any kind of platform that provides price levels of the the assets that we are talking about so our crosses okay so the next step is this is to create a formula that gives us the idea of the percentage of variation from close to close in this case i know you cannot see here the formula but i will grab it for you and place it somewhere so that it's clear this formula here first of all is getting data from this very first column eurusd let me just do this first so maybe you can read it better okay euro dollar here and if i grab the formula that i will show you in a moment i'm getting this data okay and the formula is this one let me grab it copy and i paste it here okay hope it's good to read okay so despite the fact that i have always to check if the denominator of my formula is equal to zero and in this case i provide a value of zero if it's different from zero we know simple math we cannot divide something by zero okay then the formula is this one so it's the present value minus the previous value per hundred divided the minus value so this is a percentage of variation from t to t minus one okay so if we do t minus t minus 1 divided t minus 1 we get these values these values that of course are if we had to make a representation and we replicate the formula for each and every single cross we have it's something like this that will be very important for the uh currencies momentum oscillator but we will go further in this on the next video okay so how do we manipulate this information we go further and we create another set of formulas which are the set of formulas that we are that we are interested in pardon okay and the chart that is coming out is this okay so always regarding to eurodollar but then it has to be replicated to all the other crosses okay so the formula i'm grabbing now and i am showing you this formula here is this so basically we take the value let me just do this probably yeah this way we take the value, the latest value that we have in the very first place this is the very first bar okay and then are the previous bars this is why i am displaying my data from right to left and we sum this to all and we sum this to the sum of all the produced data of course at the certain point they will get at zero so there will be uh zero plus zero plus zero so we sum all this data it's a kind of incremental okay we we get the incremental the sum of the in the the sum of the percentage of variation of each and single percentage of variation and what we have here as a result let's say for example we want to grab the euro dollar we have all the 28 crosses displayed always from right to left now we are getting the euro dollar from the beginning of the day at zero gmt and his behavior okay through the day once we have done this the final step in order to obtain the ufo market performance which is this one is just to simply cluster the data and now i'm grabbing the formula for you in real time i'm doing this so this way will be easier for you to understand so in this case as i explained it you before i am grabbing this information about eurusd eurocad eurochf eurgpp euraud eurnzd and eurjpy in this case we want to have the euro is always base and if you don't know what it's a base and a quote concept there's a free webinar that i made in the past so instead of asking me what is something that i already created a video to explain go and watch the video please because i made it for the purpose for you to study with the minimum interference by myself okay so these things should be known by someone that faces the forex market or in general the trading so you have to have the concept of base and quote why am i saying this in fact is that we are making the sum the straightforward sum this is all plus plus plus plus plus plus and we get this again the euro but what if we want to have and this let's make an example this is the euro okay so let's do something exactly the opposite so you understand that if you want to calculate another currency only euro is always based in the in the in the convention of the expression of the crosses let's say we want to grab the japanese yen let's also put the jpy here and as you know as you as you can see if i click on the jpy i obtain this column right so let's grab the formula of jpy and place this formula here without the equal so then oh what did i do um let me just do a thing i did it wrong okay basically this is the value itself okay voila well what what's going on why is not working uh let me just redo that again okay it's not doing that because if i have a minus sign it puts the equal automatically so let's do with underscore yeah now we have the formula pardon okay so in this case can you see we have all minus minus chc f2 minus cl2 if i grab the formula of japanese yen and i check in my previous table see that we have eurjpy usdjpy cadjpy chfjpy gbpjpy audjpy nzdjpy in this case JPYis not base but it's quote so we need to reverse that okay and in this case we have a positive value for the japanese yen so what if and this is the last example because all the rest is about to logic and i think you have the ability to have logic let's grab the AUD formula okay let's grab the aud formula yeah so underscore voila okay this is the aussie formula and the aussie formula let's grab and put the aussie we have the australian dollar which is this one and if i grab the formula which is minus cd2 plus cj2 plus co2 plus cs2 minus cv2 is because in some cases and especially in the cases where oz is as quote i have to put a minus and when aussie it's a base i have to put a plus okay because i have to uh make this trick in order to make aussie always base so if we have euro aussie and i have the percentage of in the incremental of the percentage variation from the zero of euro aussie and i want to have aussie euro that would be a negative with negative sign okay so putting them together is negative for as regard the euro cd2 cd 2 but it's positive for as regard for example audusd is already base so i need to put a plus and in this case cj the column cj is plus okay you can see by yourself okay so this is the final way to calculate with 28 currency pairs the operation is clustering and we have the ufo market performance so we can observe what is going short and what is going long and what is in the middle is somehow ranging but also we can see that some currencies are crossing and getting strong or other currencies are crossing by getting weak like canadian in this case or like japanese yen or dollar in this case okay well this ends this second video which regards the ufo market performance in the next one we will talk about the cartesian plane stay tuned and thanks for watching

*2022-02-05 00:03*