Yes always I shape my view based on market conditions. As you may remember I was expecting to sell EURUSD at 1.4000. My analysis was that the pair will be in extreme between 1.3933-1.4010. I like selling at highest extreme and the trade did not get filled. It does not make me greedy I did not enter short, there will be plenty of opportunities in the future.
Also that is the main reason why I canceled long GBPUSD.
AUDJPY volatility is mounting, it's just a matter a time before pair shoots to the upside. There are two alternative scenarios, either one is valid. I'll use the second one to add if plays out. Next level 94.80.
Just posted my Copper. I tried to explain the best I can why market behaves the way it does. How to see the market through EW lenses and how to benefit from these market moves. I hope you find it helpful.
Hi Ardit! AUDJPY running, fine thing! Now a question, do a little training in counting waves, example EURAUD till wave B all right, but B on my opinion goes to low for a simple correction. Thought, EURAUD would rise, but I´m not sure anymore. What is your opinion, how do you would count waves? THX Cris
It's been only two weeks of my blog and I'm having readers from all over the world. It's great how internet connects people and makes sharing good ideas easily. Helping new traders how to trade the market with caution and good plan, gives me great pleasure to continue. This time I'm sharing my EURAUD insight.
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