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EURCAD Scalping Short Opportunity Update: Hits Target 25 pips

EURCAD Scalping Short Opportunity

Published: 07-16-2018

Pair / Instrument: EURCAD

Time Frame: M30

The trend in the Timeframe:  BULLISH

The trend in the Daily Chart: BULLISH

Description: Testing the fractal channel resistance. Possible rejection and downwards move.

Trade Based On:Fractal Channels

Accuracy: %80

Trade: Short

Entry: 1.539000

Stop Loss: 1.54000

Take Profit 1: 1.53650

Take Profit 2: 

Notes:

Link to follow the chart and idea: 

Update: 07-17-2018. Hits the target and closed with 25 pips.

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