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    $EURUSD 4-Hour/30M #Elliottwave Count: Rebound Expected

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djem View Post
    Hi, i ve been watching your comments about Ichi, however this is a new indicator for me, i have my graphics at 4h like you wrote, if u have time and patience, can you please explain to me how it works? Graci !
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    Quote Originally Posted by tibi3131 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jens.Niklaus View Post
    Hey guys im gonna take a shot at EURUSD longs currently open @ 1,35009 see where this is going. Stop @ 1,3460.
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    Watch the fades, 5M chart is crazy

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    @ no money

    my trade plan on the 4 hour chart is messed up completely

    no money,
    we closed under 3511 (i suppose this is your 23,6 fib lvl)
    and raced back over

    what's your view now? thks
    cause on the 5 min i'm not buying until we clear the TL

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    DailyFX Speculative Sentiment Update (SSI) for 2.06.2013

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    EURUSD - The ratio of long to short positions in the EURUSD stands at -2.13 as 32% of traders are long. Yesterday the ratio was -2.17; 32% of open positions were long. Long positions are 3.7% higher than yesterday and 16.0% above levels seen last week. Short positions are 1.5% higher than yesterday and 9.8% below levels seen last week. Open interest is 2.2% higher than yesterday and 0.6% below its monthly average. We use our SSI as a contrarian indicator to price action, and the fact that the majority of traders are short gives signal that the EURUSD may continue higher. The trading crowd has grown less net-short from yesterday and last week. The combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives a further mixed trading bias.
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    Placed sell at 1.3517
    TP:1.3500

    A scary small scalp, but as long as it stays under that support line/50EMA on the 5min I am good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmy highwire View Post
    my trade plan on the 4 hour chart is messed completely

    no money,
    we closed under 3511 (i suppose this is your 23,6 fib lvl)
    and raced back over

    what's your view now? thks
    cause on the 5 min i'm not buying until we clear the TL

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    I still have the same view as before. Bears needs to clear the yesterdays low to change my mind.
    Bulls needs to print one single candle (1hour, 4hour) start below 1.3568 and close above 1.3597. Todays PA is normal for the bulls, they need to regroup to be able print this candle.

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    E/U

    I DON'T KNOW IF MY LINES ARE CORRECT OR DOES SOMETHING....FOR ME WORKED REALLY WELL ....ANYWAY THIS is MY VISION:LONG 3494 AND 3471 with TARGET in AROUND the 3820 AREA !

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexxws View Post
    Hi Alejandro.
    Could you explain why you thought the EURUSD correction was unusual? I see a correction to the 50% fib in an ABC pattern. Also while I'm at it, which do you give more bias to: fib levels, or pivot points? I suppose it depends on the situation, right?
    Hello,

    I think was the combination of the strong decline from Friday and then the quick bounce yesterday. I was not - I am am still not sure that yesterday's bounce is enough to get bulls back on track.

    Most of the time we need at least 1-2 days of zigzag type of trading - with a bearish false breakout to the downside before things stabilize.

    Take a look at a 1 hour time frame for USD/CAD and USD/Zar for the last 2 days - I usually expect something similar before calling a low on the daily.

    Horizontal support and resistance on daily goes first, then on 4 hour time frame.

    My experience is that pivot points are more important - also you only have have 2-3 levels to work with while if using fib from different lows/highs you get to many possible combinations - which is not good.

    I find that the best setups are when, horizontal support/resistance, pivot point levels and fibs agree.

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    Out with 10 pip loss. Selling again at 1.3540-45 area.

    Quote Originally Posted by obahlouli View Post
    Placed sell at 1.3517
    TP:1.3500

    A scary small scalp, but as long as it stays under that support line/50EMA on the 5min I am good.

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    Holding on to Long positions as long as we stay above the supporting trend line (1.3485). Tomorrow's morning data should help Euro make a good move either up or down.
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    buys while above neckline from my RR perspective.......


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