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  1. #31
    I'm looking for a lengthy entry setup as soon as price action drops below the 27 SMA. It is tough to be patient once the activity is on the daily! Boring, but profitable. I'm still riding half my long position from 1.989 back in mid January. I can not wait to double that up.


    Regards,
    C

  2. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I'm trying to find a Long entry setup the moment price action drops below the 27 SMA. It's tough to be patient when the activity is on the daily! Boring, but profitable. I'm still riding half my long position from 1.989 back in mid January. I can not wait to double that up.


    Regards,
    C
    Wait for a breakout of the range we have been around for the Last Few months.
    When it breaks north go long, in case it breaks south proceed brief, if it continues right stick out.

  3. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Wait for a breakout of this range we've been in for the last couple of months.
    If it breaks north go long, if it breaks south proceed short, if it continues right stay out.
    It broke north. WAY NORTH.

    Thank you China.

  4. #34
    Aussie fell to 0.7916 in the previous trading session together with the 4-hourly charts now in the oversold region. The daily charts continue to indie further disadvantage with support around 0.7815 levels (21 Daily EMA). Therefore, buying could be considered at the dips around 0.7840-50 levels for 100 pips. (Aud/Usd: 0.7977). Bullish.

  5. #35
    Aussie fell 160 pips to carry support around 0.7826 (21 Daily EMA). The charts are still indie additional drawback with immediate resistance now at 0.7950 (21 55 EMA in 4-hourly chart). Decisive break of this service can push Aussie further lower to 0.7625 -- 0.7665 (50% Retracement of their current rally 200 4-hourly). Thus, buying can be contemplated around 0.7665 levels for 100 pips. (Aud/Usd: 0.7977). Neutral.

  6. #36
    Aussie thread wakes up

    Weeks after a bull run.

  7. #37
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Weeks after a bull run.
    Actually 1 week later from the current large, I doubt that the bull run is finished as long as China keeps buying commodities. I am trying to find the next buy opportunity.

  8. #38
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Actually one week later from the current large, I doubt the bull run is over as long as China keeps buying commodities. I am trying to find the buy prospect.
    Same here, simply hope for a retrace after 2,5k pips to add new aussies.

  9. #39
    This is difference between Support resistance by calculation and historical level,

    by historical


    by calculation pivot


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    http://supportresistance-levels.blogspot.com/

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