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USDCAD Trendline Breakout And Bearish Dragon Update: Targets Reached 45 pips

USDCAD Trendline Breakout And Bearish Dragon

Published: 08-16-2018

Pair / Instrument:USDCAD

Time Frame: H1

The trend in the Timeframe: BULLISH

The trend in the Daily Chart: BULLISH

Description:  Shortterm rising trend line is broken. Bearish Dragon harmonic Pattern Formation. Possible bearish correction.

Trade Based On: Bearish Dragon

Accuracy: %90


Entry: 1.31440

Stop Loss: Above 1.31670

Take Profit: 1.31220

TakeProfit 2: 1.31020

Note: 1.31830 has been tested twice. If the pair breaks below 1.31020 double top formation would be completed. A further drop is expected.

Update: Targets Reached. Trade Closed at 1.30600. 45 Pips

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