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AUDNZD Bullish Butterfly and Long Opportunity Update: Short Trade Reached The Target

Update: Short Trade Reached The Target

AUDNZD Bullish Butterfly and Long Opportunity

Published 03-16-2018

CHART TIMEFRAME: H1

PATTERN: BULLISH SHARK

PREDICTED PRICE ACTION: Breakout of the 1.07400 Structural support and Possible Retracement at D leg

TRADE: LONG

AREA OF ENTRY: 1.06800 – 1.06700

STOP LOSS: 1.06400

TAKE PROFIT 1: 1.070800

TAKE PROFIT 2: 1.07350

NOTE: Wait for the price meets the area of entry and makes H1 closing.

FOR THE TRADERS WHO WANT TO TAKE THE SHORT TRADE BEFORE LONG:

TRADE: SHORT

AREA OF ENTRY: 1.07380 ( H1 candlestick closing below 1.07400 )

STOP LOSS: 1.07700

TAKE PROFIT 1: 1.06900

UPDATE: SHORT TRADE REACHED THE TARGET 48 PIPS.  WE WILL TAKE THE LONG TRADE AS SOON AS PRICE REACHES AREA OF ENTRY.

IMPORTANT: Patience and Money Management are key to success in trading.  Your risk ( Stop Loss ) must be maximum 1%.

DISCLAIMER: This is a technical analysis study, not an advice or recommendation to invest money on.

 

 

 

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