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USDJPY Bullish Total and Long Opportunity

USDJPY Bullish Total and Long Opportunity

We have two major reversal patterns

The first one is Bullish White Swan Pattern

Its area of the entry is 110.400-110.300

The second pattern is Bullish Total / Butterfly

Entry: 110.150 – 110.100
Stop: 110.750
Target 1: 110.360
Target 2: 110.500
Target 3: 110.700 / Reached

Closing above 110.900  and we will add long.

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