AION technical analysis

AION seen from the temporality of 1W we can see how the structure of candles has remained within a range since the month of July 2019, the major figure is that of a descending wedge, indicated in the graph above by the two diagonals red, this wedge has entered into formation since August 2018, the price is currently at a key moment to look for the break, the key support located at 0.00000841, indicated in the graph by the horizontal blue color must be recovered to ensure a next bullish movement to get the break of the resistance of the major figure, if we achieve it, we should reach our first target located in the 0.00001900 that I have marked as an area of supply, the price could continue to reach our second target located within the price range of 0.00002167 – 0.00002704, indicated in the graph by the rectangle light blue.

AION seen from the temporality of 1D we can observe more closely the current movement of candles, I have indicated through a yellow circle, the current area where the price in its retreat has managed to withstand the support of the demand in 1D located at 0.00000780, indicated through the horizontal black color, the current candle is marking a long lower wick, signal of buying pressure in that area, to close so, would be a strong signal to go looking for the reclaim of the blue horizontal and continuation with bullish momentum.

In conclusion, AION has had a long run within the descending wedge, currently the price gives a strong signal of a movement with upward inclination, within the temporality of 1D, the price has come created a series of HL that the movement continues to respect, as I mentioned above, we must recover the key support located at 0.00000841 to then look for a much larger long movement, the daily candle is closing well, however, we must be very attentive to the action of the price of the next candles in 1D to secure our position, always remember to place stop loss in all your operations to avoid possible invalidations during the movement.

As I always say, you have to be aware of the movement, invalidations can occur, there is no 100% reliable analysis, take your own precautions when trading.

You can follow me on Twitter:

Liberland show

In this episode our guest Petr Krovina, Chief of Staff for Liberland, discusses:

1) His background in acting and playing American Football
2) Liberland E-Residency updates
3) Floating Man 2020 (

Contact Petr:

Follow the Liberland Show:
Google Podcasts:…

*Our show is hosted by Adam J. Carswell

This week i have been experimenting with Fuji fp-100c image transfers and emulsion lifts….

Fuji fp-100c is an anologue instant film similar to polaroid. Currently it is no longer in production but you can still buy unopened packs on ebay. its not cheap though, you have to pay 3 times its original value atm. about £4+ per shot.

The images were shot in studio using professional Bowens Gemini studio flash.
2 heads with soft boxes.
Camera : Professional Polaroid 600SE (aka the GOOSE) with Mamiya 127mm lens.

The above image is an image transfer, the image is transfered onto Watercolour paper. This is done by only developing the film for 15 seconds before pulling the film apart and laying onto paper, the film is then rolled with a brayer roller for 125 sec. For best result transfer in subdued light or a box to minimise light hitting the sides of the print.

You can also do emulsion lifts with this film. An emulsion lift is where you literally float the emulsion image layer off the film sheet. For this method you develop the film normally the float the film in warm water (40+ degrees centigrade)
the emulsion then lifts off the plastic backing. you can then float the emulsion onto watercolour paper. see pic below

I then scan the transfer or emulsion lift with my Epson perfection V800 scanner for the final image, i can then print onto fine art giclee paper with my canon prograf 1000 printer.
the below pic was printed onto Harman by Hahnemühle Matt Cotton Textured, 300gsm