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USDCHF Bearish Gartley And Bearish Total Update: TP3 Reached 59 Pips

USDCHF Bearish Gartley And Bearish Total

Published: 08-15-2018

Pair / Instrument: USDCHF

Time Frame: H1

The trend in the Timeframe: BULLISH

The trend in the Daily Chart:BULLISH

Description:  Bearish Total and Bearish Gartley on H1 Chart. Nice scalping opportunity 

Trade Based On: Bearish Total

Accuracy: %90

Trade: SHORT

Entry: 0.99790

Stop Loss: 0.99950

Take Profit 1: 0.99640

Take Profit 2: 0.99500

Take profit 3: 0.99200

Update: TP2 Reached 29 pips. Close 50% of the positions and move SL to entry. 0.99500 support is important. Breakout will carry the price 0.99220

Update2: TP3 Reached 59 Pips. Trade Closed.

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