I visit your opinion regarding eurusd, usdchf, etc..
I truly appreciate that, anyway.
Forgive me, however, I use to view your posts from time to time in the several threads, I see you use to article always the same investigations (eurusd down, usdchf up, etc.), totally biased, regardless of what the market do, I am perfectly fine with it, it is your way of view the market! I respect it.
But well nothing, I just want to point out that the current trend on eurusd is UP (it is going up), the current momentum too is UP, and the only rule of this thread is to post trading opportunities that go together with the overall trend direction, I would like to point out that the eurusd trend is up (the pair is really going up), so let us just stick to this fact.
david, thanks to your participation. I see your view concerning eurusd, usdchf, etc.. I really love that. Forgive me, but I use to see your articles from time to time in the various threads, I see you use to post always the same analyses (eurusd down, usdchf up, etc.), totally biased, regardless of what the market do, I am perfectly fine with this, it is your way of see that the market! I respect it. But well nothing, I just want to point out the fact that the current tendency on eurusd is UP (it is going up), the current momentum also is UP,...
Thanks for your kind words, my friend.
FIRST TARGET : 1.3288
SECOND TARGET : 1.3115
THIRD TARGET : 1.2750
One final thing (following this post, I will let the thread create it's own route, anyone is invited to donate here!) .
From what I've learned in my entire life for a trader, there is one thing that indie the line between unsuccessful and successful forex traders.
That very thing is, the trend.
Successful traders exchange always in the same direction of the current fad.
Unsuccessful traders exchange consistently in the opposite direction of the current trend.
Currently, this is the main reason why the concept of this thread is to share trading opportunities, that go in the same direction of the current fad (the only rule).
Of course, sometime is difficult to comprehend what is the current trend (not all of currency pairs are trending at this moment), that is why the intent of this thread is to simply focus on the pairs that are currently trending, and share the a variety of trading opportunities that arises in these trending surroundings.
Double tops, double bottoms, trendlines, fibonacci, moving averages, everything is welcome, so long as it goes with a trend.
This forum is large and there are many threads that cover different platforms and trading styles, but this thread is for trend-traders only.
That's the only rule.
I hope to havn't scared anyone from post trade ideas etc., I am just trying to make something of significance, something that can be of help to everyone.
davidsayli is banned in the thread.
I don't know if my english is not good enough to be understood, anyway this is not a fantastic start. 1 rule, seems soo hard to be respected.
No more comments about this
No charts however, the AUDNZD is in an interesting place right now. Through 2007/8's support levels it is only broken on the weekly but it is forming a hammer right now so there could be an excellent buying opportunity in the days to come. If it continues to go south the next service level is 400 PIPS away back to 2004 service levels. Oh to get a crystal ball!
Hello Tunera, No charts but the AUDNZD is at an interesting place right now. Through 2007/8's support levels it's only broken on the weekly but it's forming a hammer at this time so that there could be a very good buying opportunity in the days to come. If it continues to move south another service level is 400 PIPS away back to 2004 service levels. Oh to get a ball!
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