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CADCHF Bearish White Swan And Short Opportunity

CADCHF Bearish White Swan And Short Opportunity

Bearish White Swan Harmonic pattern is completed on the H4 Chart

Trade Period: Intraday / Midterm

Accuracy: 82%

Estimated completion time: 2-8 H4 Candle Stick

Trade: Short
Entry: 0.7494
Stop: 0.75200
Target 1: 0.74650  / Reached
Target2 : 0.74200

 

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