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(public) - Educational for beginners by Trading_Jazz ®

FX:EURUSD   Euro Fx/U.S. Dollar
FX:EURUSD            

Notes for beginners;

Safe Trades;
https://open.spotify.com/track/24R28Au0b0xj19BqxQhFS6
Training Sessions:
Mentor @ http://www.uvesty.com/mentorings/34-andre-pinto-cardoso

Educational Videos: https://youtu.be/0adc-hwvmQM

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bcelepoglu
10 months ago
Simple excellent
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SaifurRahman PRO
10 months ago
great post mate. Thanks.
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ersoytoptas PRO
10 months ago
great !!!!
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Lucid.Trader
10 months ago
Is this elliot wave and market structure?
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theforexarmy PRO Lucid.Trader
10 months ago
yes looks like it
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GoodLuckbabe
10 months ago
very good work excellent
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Paul-FXTC PRO
10 months ago
BEAUTIFULL
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buccicane
10 months ago
1000 GRAZIE!!!
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yoz
9 months ago
thanks
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kenhigh2000
9 months ago
Thanks a lot, quite a good educational tutorial with easy to understand. The triangle is missing Fibonacci label for accurate count. Please do add other correction or impulse like expanding, contracting diagonal etc and do add Fibonacci like the above
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Constantino
9 months ago
this its now one of the best post i have seen in TV really great job mate and thank for sharing
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SoloPocono
9 months ago
Although I'm just now seeing this; wanted to THANK YOU!! I'm still VERY new to all this and every extra little visual to try and train this old, ADD brain of mine, helps a GREAT Deal!
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PolarSolar PRO
6 months ago
Exellent job!

But beginners must know that any retracement (complex too) by definition cannot expand or expand impulse that it (retracement) adjust. Too many have this delusion...

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Trading_Jazz PolarSolar
6 months ago
top, thanks ;)
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KVE PRO
6 months ago
Good post, thanks for sharing but I have one comment: what you called a running flat is actually an irregular or expanded flat.

A running flat has C above A in bull market and not below, like so: https://gyazo.com/88a1d555b5f81785b501d2abdd64cf33
It's a strong bullish signal and can be mistaken for (part of) a leading/ending diagonal where people try to sell when price moves up again from C and touches the upper trendline...

Other than that very good work, keep it coming!
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