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AUDCAD Potential Bearish Bat Pattern Formation

AUDCAD Potential Bearish Bat Pattern Formation


Pair / Instrument:AUDCAD

Time Frame: H4

The trend in the Timeframe: BULLISH

The trend in the Daily Chart:  BEARISH

Description: A potential bearish Bat Pattern formation on H4 Chart. If the pair closes above Fib 61.8% of XA Leg 0.94300, bullish move will be triggered and the pair is likely to complete the pattern at D. A bearish correction may take place at D.

Trade Based On: Bearish Bat Pattern

Accuracy: %90

Recommended Lot Size:


AREA OF THE ENTRY: 0.94700 – 0.94950

STOP LOSS : Above X 0.95200 – 0.95400

TARGET 1: TBA according to completion level.

TARGET 2: TBA according to completion level.

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