Another simple yet effective trading range on this pair playing out, simplicity at it's finest, identifying powerful and quantifiable trading zones and making the most out of what is there.
EURJPY has broken upside, analysis to follow, same principle from previous expectations, just unfortunate we didn't get the full retest.
Here we can see a double bottom pattern with wick rejections which is showing that there could be a reversal in trend. The USD is seeming to have dropped since BIden has come into power we have seen a drop in the dollar but i have a strong feeling that we will see a strong upside push.
The double bottom occurred on both the hour 4 and hour 1 charts. Start of the...
EURJPY H4 - Very much the same kind of trading conditions as GBP just a little less aggressive, which we highlighted yesterday. Looking for exactly the same, WAITING for a break downside to clear 124.500 support and then a subsequent retest, this would be the next possible point to jump in with the downside trend hopefully.
GA has been moving corrective inside this channel. Taking advantage of this choppy sideways movement with 2 Profit targets in place to lock in profits on the way up. I will be removing 100% of the risk when the 1st take-profit has been reached.
Evidently there has been a breakout of a channel which could allow for a potential long trade with a good R:R. Also there seems to be a bearish engulfing candle on the 4 hour time frame at a supposedly strong zone, but unlike previous rejections at that zone, the momentum to the down side is not as strong which may be confirming the bullish bias.
USDCAD is stretching up to a horizontal resistance zone. This zone has been retested multiple times and all time has reversed to lower lows, so there is a large profit potential in this trade.
Stop Loss placed slightly above highest level previously broken through, meanwhile Take Profit is placed near the horizontal support zone, although this could drop even further.
Another solid Risk to Reward setup here. I cannot stress how important it is to have a good Risk to Reward ratio under pinning all of your trading decisions. I always look for 5:1, 4:1 or at least 3:1 reward for any capital I put at risk. This means that even if im performing badly and placing more losers than winners, I'm likely to at least break even or even...
So you have the "perfect" setup; all the stars align and you feel utterly confident in taking the trade, but should you? I have a process that must be completed before I even think about pressing the trigger.
Fundamental analysis points me in one of two directions, then from there I'm either short or long. I then look if there is a technical entry point that...
Recently took a short off the 114.50 handle on this pair and covered in to the 112.00 handle.
114.50 is a huge resistance area and has capped price since 2017. I do believe that if the US equity market stabilizes around its 200DMA and makes a new ATH, USDJPY will break the 114.00 area.
With US10Y yields rising, US rate differential with JPY at 2.35% and on track...
Markets have closed after setting up a double top at previous structure resistance.
This has set up a good risk to reward ratio should price produce a move down to the support level.
Market is at resistance; market has put in a double top; RSI is showing bearish divergence; a few signs pointing down.
I will be shorting when market opens.
Here is an at market Cypher pattern that has just completed. It's quite a large one so if you're trading this make sure you can handle that much risk!
The Risk Reward is pretty average on this trade, but with such a high win ratio it's a trade worth taking to me.
Will be looking for 2 targets to press lower into next week.
Potential Bat pattern here with the underlying trend. Gives us a good Risk Reward based on a 113% X-A stop loss. Targets are a 38.2 and a 61.8 retracement of A-D - Cannot complain with 1:2.5 to target 2.
Pattern still needs to push a little lower until it can be considered valid though so will be paying attention to it later today and if not the start...