Similar to the GA trade I posted yesterday, we've already hit 1 entry point on the D1 50% but I am looking to get a higher entry at 144.000 to mitigate out of the H4 open order for a big swing to the downside
This on the weekly time frame looks so clean price has respected this lower zone for some time now and the way we have fallen even better for some big big moves to the upside
this will be a really good swing trade to place!
The main idea behind this is to use all probabilities we can to get a likely win
- The uptrend is apparent
- There has been a pullback
- The pullback is slowing and at the trendline
We then aim for a decent risk to reward of 3, or above 2 if 3 seems over ambitious.
We've caught the sell back down to fill the imbalance, now gearing up for another 600 pip bullish rally.
I will hold my sells as I wanted GBP pairs to drop lower before the rally but the elections had different ideas about that so we will see how this now plays out to potentiall end 2019 with a strong GBP.
Head and Shoulders on the 1H time frame for Natgas , probably sending the price for todays trading session towards the red line that acts as a downslopping resistance ,
That will be a nice entry point for the next swing high .
Imbalances to be filled and as we do, we play institutional candle to institutional candle. This should be nice drop for the next 2 weeks if it does play out
New trading week, same goals, better results!
As always... PATIENCE - CONFIRMATION - ENTRY - PROFIT
I am looking to go long AUDUSD up to new highs on the daily trend.
Price seems to be making a higher low on the fibonacci cluster zone at the 0.618 and 70.68 retracement levels of the previous swings.
Stop loss below the levels and targeting a new high at 0.70
Price appears to have started a new bullish rotation with some follow-through after the large outside bar on 1st Nov.
Price consolidated and broke to the downside on Friday, which was swiftly and powerfully rejected.
Expecting a continuation of the move higher, I am looking for a swing long (as seen on charts), with targets at: