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NGAS Natural Gas Trendline Brakout and Long Opportunity TP3 REACHED

NGAS Natural Gas Trendline Brakout and Long Opportunity

Description: NGAS broke the shortterm bearish trendline. Bullish Aciton will be triggered.

Pair / Instrument: NGAS

Time Frame: H4

Trade Period: Intraday / Midterm

The trend in the Timeframe: Bullish

The trend in the Daily Chart: Bullish

Trade Based On: Trendline Breakout

Accuracy: %99

Recommended Lot Size: 0.10 at 10K

Trade: Long

The Area Of The Entry:  4.30

Stop Loss: 4.10

Target 1: 4.49 / REACHED

Target 2: 4.68 / REACHED

Target 3: 4.88 / REACHED

Buy The Pullbacks

You can view the setup : NGAS Trendline Breakout

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