[quote=22390]Even the 200 pip bull move didnt bring any excitement in here. I went a bit more aggressive then mark and shorted a support break during the 12am est 4h candle that hit 80 pip tp And then sat on the sidelines and watched it sky rocket. Also cheers to @kobe who spotted that nice eur/jpy long the other day that hit 400 pip profit (I got out at 124.00) I owe you a beer! [/quote] @Phil:Hi @phil, i’m glad you made some nice profit on the bullish move on eurjpy. I took profit too early, around 122.50, but profit is profit..
Hello everybody, its indeed very calm in the comments, market is also sideways with a bullish tone in eurusd before the ECB tomorrow and NFP on friday, I think eurousd will go up to 1.29, 1.3 before resuming the bear trend and another attempt to break 1.2750. I have pending sell shorts @ 1.29 and 1.3080 with tp 1.26660 first and then 1.2450. sl above 1.3150, this is a midterm trade. On smaller timeframes i would look for longs with stops under 2750 target 2860, 2900, 1.3 and 1.3080, just my view of course!
I haven’t changed my view on eurusd, i was pointing out the bullish move earlier this week, from here i woud look for shorts up to 1.3080 with sl above 1.315, targetting 1.2660 and 1.2450.
Enjoy your day, i keep my pending sell orders and don’t open any other trades tomorrow, monday i go for a short holiday! cu back next week thursday!
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