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5-wave potential completion EURUSD part 2

FX:EURUSD   Euro Fx/U.S. Dollar
843 6 7
Continuation on my post:
Potential completed 5 wave down structure in the EURUSD


The Euro             continued to go lower and the pattern seems very close to completion. In addition both CNBC and Boomberg ran headline articles earlier today suggesting euro/dollar parity and lower soon. This is a high risk counter-trend trade so respect your stops and use position sizes in accord with sound money management principles.

Suggestion: add remaining 50% position now
Target: exit with 50% at 1.14-1.15. Close remaining position at 1.18-1.20
Stop: 1.04 level

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i don't know what fundamentals u have but since there is no sign of MACD showing uptrend it's going to go down there is also no sign of volume decrease so...... let's wait & see
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This is not a call based on fundamentals but on pattern and sentiment. If I was too early that's what the stop is for, there's always gonna be another trading opportunity.
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Actually this a third wave divergence and the Elliot wave oscillator is the proper reference. The awesome oscillator can replace it as well.
However, the price can reach even 1,03.

EURUSD EWA THIRD WAVE DIVERGENCE - update
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HighProTrading AristotelCostel
Could be, I arrived at a similar conclusion by different means: http://www.highprotrading.com/euro-gdx-and-copper-comparison/
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AristotelCostel HighProTrading
I agree with copper correlation. The answer is debt deflation and "dark" deflationary forces. :D
You've seen it in copper, I've emphasized in oil.
Does Oil lead the move on EU?
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HighProTrading AristotelCostel
As the guys at EWI would say it's all the same market
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