FX:GBPUSD   British Pound/U.S. Dollar
Hello, mates. We have a potential Bear bat almost completed. This type of bat is labeled as SFSI. I means we have a simple XA, several moves in BC             forming a chanel and also several moves in CD making it look imperfect). It is one of the rarests types on gbpusd             but it's success rate is fine. Let's see how it works this time). Leave a comment if you have some questions about this particular type of batpattern. Click like if you find the idea interesting. Subscribe in order not to miss my future posts)
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Best regards, Alexander Nikitin.
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Oh, forgot to say. A and C points don't form a double bottom because C point's wick doesn't touch the A point lowest close.
Ok, closed half and roled stops of the other half to breakeven. This patter is money lying on the table
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