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AUDJPY Rising Wedge And Potential Short Opportunity Targets Reached 110 Pips

AUDJPY Rising Wedge And Potential Short Opportunity

Published: 08-29-2018

Pair / Instrument: AUDJPY

Time Frame: H4

The trend in the Timeframe: BULLISH

The trend in the Daily Chart: BEARISH

Description:  AUDJPY forming a rising wedge pattern. The pattern is a bearish continuation pattern. Break down the wedge will lead the price 80.40 and 80.00.

Trade Based On: Rising Wedge Pattern

Accuracy: %92


Area Of the Entry: Estimated 81.00 ( Wait for the breakout )

Stop Loss: 81.30

Target 1: 80.50

Target 2: 80.10

Extended Target: 79.80

Update: Targets Reached 110 Pips.

You can view the trade: AUDJPY Rising Wedge

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