So this week was quite an adventure with Crude Oil. I had a long trade outstanding from last week. I had gone long at point 1 in the chart. You can see that, at the time, the price action was right at support (as designated by the blue line). If you believed that the uptrend was intact, as I did, you would have gone long. However, I was proved wrong as you can see and my stop got hit for -111. However, as it was a significant support/resistance line and it got broken, I felt that this was surely
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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.
I got a good entry into Crude Oil last week. I was long pretty much at the bottom of the green candle after the large move down. I had my stop at below the large red candle at 9230. During the day, the price action rallied and I was 60+ points up and the trade was looking good. However, the following morning the price action fell and hit my stop and then bounced strongly upwards. This is really unlucky and I think the entry was a good one. However, these things happen when trading an