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With the big picture simply shows a down trend on Daily, we find execution on H4.
The first testing short position goes in when the price get out of the horizon walk of 0.726, looking for adding position when it does break down the 0.724 area.
Seeing the buyers are able to hold ground, It is anticipated that another push would be able to go towards the top of the range or higher :)
Will BTCUSD be $ 25,000 in March 2019?
I applied old Elliot wave (It started 17 of July 2017 and ended 16 of December 2017) to the my new date which is 19 of October. I think BTC will be 5k on that date.
This is my first post and I know it can be nonsense, but I would like to share the idea in my head with you guys.
How is everyone doing. Today we have a nice TC trade, on the AUDUSD. We have structure to the left and nice PA to get us into this trade.
Have a designed plan with rules and follow that thing, you didn't put all those hours in for nothing, did you? ;)
Descending triangle spotted
Should go down but price might bottom now
It will go to upper or below greenline, depends of breakout side
NOT TRADING ADVICE
based on price action
this is a trend continuation kind of trade. I am expecting the D to hit the resisstance indicated above though it may take till tomorrow. My stops are based on the 15 mins. I don’t expect a pull back below the 13580 area, however, I expect a number of pull back along the way. my best entry would have been 13670
The breakout above 80 has been confirmed on a daily basis, but not weekly.
Scenario A) Brent pulls back to 80.50-81 for possible buy setup - short term resistance at 82- then LT target is 88.50
Scenario B) Pullback extends further lower, risking potential false breakout on weekly basis
CADJPY is in uptrend (week time frame). It's possibile to long the breakout of the 87 resistance using the previous peak + buffer as an entry point.
LONG at 87.55
SL at 86.85
TP at 88.95
Seeing price being able to hold above 43. Anticipating a buyers to be able to push price towards the recent high.
From a 6-month high. Hourly chart may be sign of things to come.
STOP LOSS: 82.2
Selling momentum is increasing on h1 timeframe with each test of resistance (81.95) leading to a larger rejection.
Multiple timeframe confluence with the daily candle closing as a bearish rejection of resistance at 82.00.
The stop loss is protected by that same resistance level.
There is a support level at 81.7. I'll ...
am betting on 857 long due to Brent price firming up on supports good for up stream biz; also regardless in HSI or ASX or NYSE energy is on rotation appears to be the go in short term. for now i will likely exit position before end of 1st week mid term election. i am not putting up a graph on 883 but likewise.
Seeing the struggling buyers, would be anticipating the sells to be able to push towards the recent low on the 15
strong buy zone with corrective waves for short term
In either case, fall or climb!
We wait in the next two days
What do you think? Climb or fall? Comment please
Gold has been moving side ways since retesting to new heights. Brake out is likely to happen soon. We could see a pull back to the 1232-1243 regions before continuing back on our downward trend. From an older TA made back in June, I am holding on to the 1122 region lows over the coming months.
Another likely scenario is that we will brake to the down side ...
Anticipating a push to the north as we are seeing some slow downs from the sellers at the moment.
As usual guys please feel free to disagree...input always welcome