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    1.375 first soft resistance but and 1.361ish mainly watching s&p, (technical and fundamental) either way its down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyyoufools View Post
    Hey guys, I've been a lurker here for almost 5 months now. Decided i should join in the conversation

    Anyways, right to it. I'm still new to trading so I might ask some questions as well, but is anyone surprised at how fast the EUR/USD dropped today? How can you tell if it would be able to hold support at 1.3525-1.3515 with such a fall in one day, especially considering 1.35 was a difficult and very important long term level to pass?
    Easy......... You don't know.. There are 2 retrace lvl on euro atleast to me on my charts.
    First one pretty much 3510-25 we just did today.. Also this lvl is higher to 3470-85 multiple tops and stiff resis earlier.. Incase we do end lower my 2nd retrace lvl comes to 3360ish... As for rt or wrong, we carry stops just incase....

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    The trick is to wait the price meet ur limits, instead of one jumping in.. however scalps is a totally different scenario and is not everyone's cup of tea
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyyoufools View Post
    Hey guys, I've been a lurker here for almost 5 months now. Decided i should join in the conversation

    Anyways, right to it. I'm still new to trading so I might ask some questions as well, but is anyone surprised at how fast the EUR/USD dropped today? How can you tell if it would be able to hold support at 1.3525-1.3515 with such a fall in one day, especially considering 1.35 was a difficult and very important long term level to pass?
    Hello flyyoufools! Thanks for joining in with your questions. I was looking at the daily M2 Pivot at 1.3525 and I have a tight stop so I don't have a lot of confidence in it. I am a short -term traders so I was looking for a bounce and then trailing the stop behind it.

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    Thanks for the reply!

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    Question EURUSD Long

    I did long on 1.3530,stop 1.3571 .. But there seems 3 short per 1 long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregory McLeod View Post
    I am long EURUSD at 1.3527 stop at 1.3518 Limit 1.3573.
    like u Greg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregory McLeod View Post
    Hello flyyoufools! Thanks for joining in with your questions. I was looking at the daily M2 Pivot at 1.3525 and I have a tight stop so I don't have a lot of confidence in it. I am a short -term traders so I was looking for a bounce and then trailing the stop behind it.

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    Thanks Gregory(can I call you Greg?). I was also hoping to go long at 1.3515-1.3525 with a stop just below, but I was expecting a 2-3 day decline to the area from today's open. I read that the 1.35 area was a huge breakout level for a long term reverse H&S, and also where the 200SMA lies at right now, so any pullback would be a good buying opp above 1.35. Seems to be holding for now so I'm tempted to go long and add to my other longs up above, but I might just wait until tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregory McLeod View Post
    Hello flyyoufools! Thanks for joining in with your questions. I was looking at the daily M2 Pivot at 1.3525 and I have a tight stop so I don't have a lot of confidence in it. I am a short -term traders so I was looking for a bounce and then trailing the stop behind it.

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    Well, tight stop was hit for -22.7 pips
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    the waiting is the hardest part (tom petty)

    TL from around 3050 should remain intact short term
    i guess 200 pips since the high on friday might just do it for now
    MA50 on the 4 hour chart may confirm

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    Quote Originally Posted by stryker View Post
    I know what you mean.. I just got the last 3608 shorts done at 3528. long on euro 3525 and EJ 125.16.
    and I just happened to see my 8 hrs EURO and this still can make it to 3513-14 and adding to it as well.. Will add to EJ as well if drops more rt around to 3514 touch on euro..
    I was thinking hard earlier I do have a 3510 scenario on Euro and well.. I should have looked up earlier..

    GL..
    While got to bank most on EJ and about hf on euro the remainings were kicked out on an avg of -3 pips.
    3513 longs kicked in and 124.65 longs on EJ awaits.. EJ looks downhill but trying to catch a retrace back to 125.10-15.. the place it broke out from... EJ indeed looks heavier to the downside hence small lots and a 17 pips s.l..
    If entry won't trigger in 10-20 mins will take it off the grid...

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    The trick is to wait the price meet ur limits, instead of one jumping in.. however scalps is a totally different scenario and is not everyone's cup of tea
    Disclaimer: I'm not at all suggesting trades when by either posting the graphs, or my entries. You can view it, but in the end you have to use your own logic and approach, as there is no certainty about this uncertain market...

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    Quote Originally Posted by stryker View Post
    While got to bank most on EJ and about hf on euro the remainings were kicked out on an avg of -3 pips.
    3513 longs kicked in and 124.65 longs on EJ awaits.. EJ looks downhill but trying to catch a retrace back to 125.10-15.. the place it broke out from... EJ indeed looks heavier to the downside hence small lots and a 17 pips s.l..
    If entry won't trigger in 10-20 mins will take it off the grid...

    GL
    Just seeing something on the EJ.. I missed my window on that quick retrace.. Shying away from it.. This can easily hit 123.55-63 for today else 123.80ish in ASIA..
    Entries taken off..

    GL>..
    Patience is virtue. The sooner we learn this all, sooner we can start walking to the bank. Good Luck to all of us—
    The trick is to wait the price meet ur limits, instead of one jumping in.. however scalps is a totally different scenario and is not everyone's cup of tea
    Disclaimer: I'm not at all suggesting trades when by either posting the graphs, or my entries. You can view it, but in the end you have to use your own logic and approach, as there is no certainty about this uncertain market...

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    I am up 22 pips on my EURO USD short trade, looking for a target to 1.34
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    Correction....

    Today eu shows like I had to say this morning that probably has to take his top, but now a correction is in game

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    Look to Ichi

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    Big signal today, double cross; Tenkan and Kijun were crossed from price, this is for me a signal that will be a big correction of longterm uptrend. The kumo is near and price probably need a pull-back, my attention is placed on Kijun that is probably the resistence of the correction, when will be flat is a good point to open new short, then dynamic resistence will be Tenkan, but this is another story...
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    focus has returned to EZ - Spanish yields jumped on PM Roy corruption allegations, while Spanish unemployment touched 26%. In Italy alleged misconduct allegations involving an Italian bank & increased popularity of Berlusconi added fuel to the fire; Eurofirst fell 1.47%. The profit taking in Europe extended into Wall Street; S&P -1.16%, oil -1.68% & copper flat. FX saw major profit taking on popular positions especially EUR crosses - EUR/JPY -1.52%. EUR/GBP -1.38% while DXY climbed 0.57%. Australian trades & RBA rate decision are major event risk in Asia - futures price a 25pt cut @ 17%. Asia will be surprised by offshore moves & the usual response is to consolidate, especially when markets are EZ driven
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