We have two user-reported modifications to the April and March performance results, both adding positive pips to our totals for those months:
1) March 20th – In our daily analysis we wrote:
Markets will most likely remain tight until we see some progress toward resolution of the Cyprus issue, but risk-appetite should be adversely effected until then so we will continue to look to get short on a support break with a TP of 80 and a SL of 50. 7:57 UPDATE: We are tracking a falling resistance and will look to get long on a resistance break in addition to our support break trade. Two trades max (one each direction) for us. TP/SL 80/50.
A resistance break did occur at 1.2897 later that day and hit our TP at 1.2977 for 80 pips profit. This increases our March results from 311 pips to 391. (thanks @nik)
2) April 30th – we stated we were staying flat on EU for the day, but we recorded a 50 loss the next day on a support break short, when we should have reported no trade. This brings our April results from 133 to 183 pips (thanks @cadtek)
Corrections can and do occur in both directions – if you know of a trade we reported incorrectly in the daily analysis please let us know about it below or email us to ask. We are happy to answer any questions you have about these corrections below!
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