Again a new thread indeed, but this one will exclusively be for audnzd trades.
I have seen lots of aud thread, but most of them were aud against USD or cad and not one of them spoke about nzd.
Other transactions are several so called martingale system,s that are definitely not ....sorry men.
I have begun trading this sweet pairs when I saw a guy turning 1000usd to 10000usd in a month only by averaging it...
So I'm starting this thread so people can post either swing transactions or trading transactions.
I'm doing on it, however, the most efficient is definitely the scalping way.
On a daily basis, prices bounces off 1,2670-80 support double.
On hourly basis, prices are still in a upside momentum, nevertheless above 1,2650 zone.
I'm targeting the upside towards 1,2950 1,3130.
Meanwhile I will keep scalping.
I'm actually studying this pair. I am see it with growing interest. I think that it's, reason behind my view, quite simple to trade.
I am in this thread with you.
I will post a monthly chart (I make my analysis together with it) with my perspective and analysis using Monthly and Weekly fibos, TL (CtC), Stos and MaCD. This is ideal to scalp using possibles reversal points for little timeframe charts
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