There seems to be some confusion on how I have my charts drawn so I want to make things a bit clearer. I set long term targets, but I do not hold my whole position until I get there. It is not an all or nothing trade on any of my setups. I take a position, then only have a few outcomes of the trade. Either I get stopped out, or if price moves my way I take profit at my partial levels along the way and hold the position open as long as the trend is valid. One of the biggest struggles new traders have is doing the opposite, and holding positions open that work against them. That's not how I trade and not how I suggest anyone trades.
So, if this progresses my way, I will be taking partial profit at each of the levels I've drawn, also looking for new entries that are treated as their own idea and trades along the way, assuming the trend stays valid. This is the exact method I use day in and day out. If you want to learn more about how I trade, don't hesitate to reach out. I love discussing trading and finance in general.
If we fail to get the breakout I am looking for, this setup may become invalidated. I think it's important to note that I don't care about being right, I care about being on the right side of the trade. If this switches up and holds support and looks poised to break price to the upside, then my bias will switch with it and I'll look to get long.
Let's keep an eagle eye on price structure ,trade the breakout if it presents itself, and grab some pips along the way!