GBPUSD Bullish Flag Pattern and Long Opportunity
Description: GBPUSD completed the Bullish Flag pattern and broke the flag line. We might see a retracement base on Bearish Shark pattern which we have published on Friday. The broken line could be tested. The targets of the formation were shown on the chart.
Pair / Instrument: GBPUSD
Time Frame: H4
The trend in the Timeframe: Bullish
The trend in the Daily Chart: Neutral
Trade Based On: Bullish Flag Pattern Breakout
Recommended Lot Size: 0.10 @ 10 K Account with 1:100 Leverage
The Area Of The Entry: 1.31200 and the potential pullback @ 1.30600
Stop Loss: 1.29000 – Invalidation Level –
Target 1: 1.32200
Target 2: 1.32600
Target 3: 1.34400
What to Pay Attention: Brexit Related Volatility
You can follow the idea: GBPUSD Bullish Flag Pattern
Update: TP1 Reached. 160 Pips. Trade is open.
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