Weekend Discussion: USD/JPY Set Up, Pattern, and Pip Range

I’ve got two short videos to share here with you…I thought it would be great weekend “in your robe” seminar. I like to break down the ideas and analysis behind my trades whenever I can so you can see how and why I choose to take a set up.

This is a look at the USD/JPY, a daily double top, an intraday uptrend, pip ranges, and psychological level resistance.

Here’s part one of the discussion…

and part two…

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4 comments

  1. Viper5

    How do you set up your charts as a 2×2 with more than 4 charts on the bottom (i.e. using tile horizontally or vertically won’t work)?

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  2. Viper5

    How do you set up your charts as a 2×2 with more than 4 charts on the bottom (i.e. using tile horizontally or vertically won’t work)?

    Reply
  3. Queen Cleopiptra

    My monitors themselves are set up vertically — “one their side” so to speak. My monitor based allows for the screen to be turned in this manner. It’s actually one of the criteria I look for when setting up a trading station. It’s interesting to me that monitors are getting wider when the internet itself is a vertical space. Thanks for your questions…few people catch on to the *unusual* set up.

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  4. Queen Cleopiptra

    My monitors themselves are set up vertically — “one their side” so to speak. My monitor based allows for the screen to be turned in this manner. It’s actually one of the criteria I look for when setting up a trading station. It’s interesting to me that monitors are getting wider when the internet itself is a vertical space. Thanks for your questions…few people catch on to the *unusual* set up.

    Reply

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