StewySongs

GBP/CHF, EUR/JPY, AUD/CHF and NZD/JPY on watch for me today.

Short
OANDA:NZDJPY   New Zealand Dollar / Japanese Yen
GBP/CHF:

• If price pushes up to and ideally just above the upper trend line of our most recent piece of structure, then regardless of how it does so I'll be waiting for a convincing push back down followed by a tight flag and then I'll be looking to get short with a reduced risk entry on the break of the flag.

• If price simply pushes down impulsively form where it currently is, it does so in a convincing manner and a subsequent tight one hour flag forms, then I'll be looking to get short with a reduced risk entry on the break of the flag.

• If neither of these setups present themselves then I will simply wait until another setup which meets my plan materialises.

• If there's any ambiguity then I will not place either of these trades.

EUR/JPY:

• If a larger flag forms with at least two clear tops and bottoms and the last part of the second or the third move up within it is corrective, then I'll be looking to get short with a risk entry after a phase line break on either the one hour or the fifteen minute chart so long as the flag is fairly flat in nature.

• If a larger flag forms with at least two clear tops and bottoms and the last part of the second or the third move up within it is impulsive, then I'll be waiting for a convincing impulse down followed by a tight flag and then I'll be looking to get short with a reduced risk entry on the break of the flag.

• If neither of these setups present themselves then I will simply wait until another setup which meets my plan materialises.

• If there's any ambiguity then I will not place either of these trades.

AUD/CHF:

• If price pushes up to and ideally just above the upper trend line of our most recent piece of structure, then regardless of how it does so I'll be waiting for a convincing push back down followed by a tight flag and then I'll be looking to get short with a reduced risk entry on the break of the flag.

• If price simply pushes down impulsively form where it currently is, it does so in a convincing manner and a subsequent tight flag forms, then I'll again be looking to get short with a reduced risk entry on the break of the flag.

• If neither of these setups present themselves then I will simply wait until another setup which meets my plan materialises.

• If there's any ambiguity then I will not place either of these trades.

NZD/JPY:

• If a larger flag forms with at least two clear tops and bottoms and the last part of the second or the third move up within it is corrective, then I'll be looking to get short with a risk entry after a phase line break on either the one hour or the fifteen minute chart so long as the flag is fairly flat in nature.

• If a larger flag forms with at least two clear tops and bottoms and the last part of the second or the third move up within it is impulsive, then I'll be waiting for a convincing impulse down followed by a tight flag and then I'll be looking to get short with a reduced risk entry on the break of the flag.

• If neither of these setups present themselves then I will simply wait until another setup which meets my plan materialises.

• If there's any ambiguity then I will not place either of these trades.

Comments

great insight as usual, looks like GBPCHF maybe just starting to play out and the other pairs too
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