Going Long - GBPJPY (Using Trading Strategy 01) Bullish Indicator: 1. DOW Theory 2. Bullish Candle 3. Support at 156.5 4. Trendline Break Biased: Going Long
FFIE probing for lower price levels but shorter timeframes show stronger than average buying pressure pushing the close higher leaving a long tail. I'm thinking short term rally over the next few days with a profit target of $3.85 and a stop loss of $2.45 but will wait for confirmation tomorrow. - $3.85 to $3.90 to me looks like a new resistance level(old...
I'm preparing for a long on EURGBP once the EURCAD trade is over; there are 3 ways to go long, depending on your risk appetite;
Looking for a buy on NU. Looking at the Daily Time frame, which is a Inverse head and shoulders. Going to be a big buy coming. Waiting for it to test this demand area
Although this is not one of my pairs I normally trade, I decided to mark this chart up to expand my portfolio (for one). And two, this mark up signaled a long position opportunity.
We had a breakout and now I expect a re-test and going long.
Looking over the one week chart we can see that a bottom might be in and indicators suggest that we're in for an uptrend. Furthermore, we seem to have a prime catalyst with earnings coming up - any stroke of good news and guidance could send this thing higher. Expect a peak if other airlines do well in the coming weeks also. RSI: Shows oversold on the weekly ...
Today's announcement of Alphabay market starting to accept ZEC starting on 1 Juy will be one of the main factors for ZECs price increase. Check this: www.reddit.com
it could reach about 500 pips until the point i've draw on chart
1 down, 1 judgement, and 1 up. Are we entering another uptrend before E3? Lets find out.
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