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Pat494

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Hi all
I am now using a 30 minute time frame and so to fill in the gaps a bit I thought a new thread much on the lines of the old one but without the silly constrictions of the old one.
So - no rules, just post what you are comfortable with, any sl or tp or chat is a bonus.
 
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Pat494

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I am currently using a 100 sl and 150 tp but can change without notice

usd/jpy long
cad/jpy short
aud/usd short
 

Pat494

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London open: Stocks fall as geopolitical risk remains high

- Gaza fighting continues
- Tensions still high after Malaysia Airlines crash in Ukraine
- Tesco rises as investors welcome CEO departure despite profit warning

techMARK 2,791.37 -0.44%
FTSE 100 6,724.54 -0.37%
FTSE 250 15,430.53 -0.81%

UK stocks eased on Monday morning as continued fighting in Gaza and uncertainty surrounding tensions in Ukraine capped risk appetite.

The FTSE 100 was 0.4% lower at 6,725.

While US markets performed well last week, shrugging off heightened geopolitical risks, "Europe and Asia can't quite shake off the possible ramifications of more sanctions against Russia and the intensifying situation in the Middle East," said Jonathan Sudaria, a dealer at Capital Spreads.

"With the turn of events still evolving at a rapid pace, traders will continue to struggle to accurately discount what is most relevant."

Over the weekend, calls came from the UN Security Council for a ceasefire between Israeli and Palestinian forces, which are currently engaged in a deadly battle in Gaza.

Meanwhile, UK Prime Minister David Cameron has signalled his support for additional sanctions to be made against Russia, and will today inform MPs about the steps being taken to gain "unfettered access" to the crash site in Ukraine. US Secretary of State John Kerry has also demanded that Russia take responsibility.

Tensions between Russia and Ukraine have escalated as the two nations pointed blame towards each other over the downing of a Malaysia Airlines plane in Ukraine on Thursday which killed all 298 people on board.

The United Nations (UN) Security Council will today vote on a resolution to make sure those responsible are held accountable.

Tesco rises despite profit warning as Clarke quits

Retail giant Tesco this morning unveiled a profit warning after a "challenging" second quarter, but shares gained after investors welcomed the resignation of its boss Philip Clarke. Clarke "agreed [...] that this is the appropriate moment to hand over to a new leader with fresh perspectives and a new profile", the company said, and will be replaced by Unilever exec Dave Lewis.

As such, Unilever's share price took a knock today, along with Tesco's supermarket rivals Wm Morrison and J Sainsbury.

Engineering support services group Babcock was in demand after saying that the new financial year "has started well" with activity levels remaining high.

Media firm BSkyB fell as it announced the purchase of a 70% stake in UK production group Love Productions, which makes programmes such as the Great British Bake-Off.
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Pat494

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EUR/USD Intraday: turning up.

Pivot: 1.352

Analysis: Long positions above 1.352 with targets @ 1.3575 & 1.362 in extension.

Alternative scenario: Below 1.352 look for further downside with 1.349 & 1.3475 as targets.

Comment: The RSI is bullish and calls for further upside. The 20 and 50-period moving averages crossed upward.

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Pat494

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GBP/USD Intraday: continuation of the rebound.

Pivot: 1.7075

Analysis: Long positions above 1.7075 with targets @ 1.7115 & 1.715 in extension.

Alternative scenario: Below 1.7075 look for further downside with 1.7035 & 1.7 as targets.

Comment: The RSI is bullish and calls for further upside.

( GKFX )
 
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Pat494

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Todays total range on usd jpy is 20 points.
So very well done for managing to take 59....excellent trading :LOL:

On MT5 it is 59 points, possibly 5.9 on yours
 

counter_violent

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Sorry Pat but this needs to be cleared up.

Todays range on usd jpy is 101.191 to 101.373 which is 18.2 points.

The last numbers quoted are tenths of a point.
 

Pat494

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Here is a pic of the trade usd/jpy.
Hope this clears up your point
 

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Pat494

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EUR/USD Intraday: under pressure.

Pivot: 1.3545

Analysis: Short positions below 1.3545 with targets @ 1.349 & 1.3465 in extension.

Alternative scenario: Above 1.3545 look for further upside with 1.3575 & 1.359 as targets.

Comment: As long as 1.3545 is resistance, likely decline to 1.349. A false upward breakout is identified, this is a bearish signal.

( GKFX )
 
 
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