I had opened a long trade on EURJPY a few days back after seeing some support around the 12700 mark. My entry was perhaps a bit premature as I hadn't waited for a confirmation of the support line. However, on the second day, the price actually moved down to support again and tested it (at this point, my drawdown was around 100 pips). This would have been the better place to have gone long but looking at the chart, I would have probably entered at exactly the same price. Anyway, the follow
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If you've been reading any financial papers, you would have noticed that the big news was Gold and it's biggest ever fall when it went from 1540 to 1340.. 2000 points in just two days! The move certainly got a lot of people startled but it's since recovered half already. Anyway, I felt that Gold was due a move down again after the big fall and a retracement and was looking for a short entry. I took the first sign of some weakness as a point to enter and this was 1420 as you can see from the c
Last night, I had put on an order to buy Crude Oil at 88.50. There was a nice bullish pinbar and I thought that we would see a retracement before a further move up since the bar was already so bullish (strong moves usually mean a pullback somewhere before further moves). The price action was strong and it didn't retrace at all and moved a further 200 points up. Unfortunately for me, it meant that my buy order wasn't trigger and I missed the action.