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The trend stayed down the entire day.
Today I only looked for short trades.
News events to watch for today :
- 4:30am EST- UK Total Trade Balance
- 10:00am EST- US Wholesale Inventories
3:30am EST- There was a moving average crossover for a short trade. RSI was less than 50, stochastics were trending down, but MACD was already negative from the previous candle. This cancelled out the signal and I did not enter.
The entry was at the close of the candle at 1.5608 with a stop at the most recent swing high at 1.5649. Since I was only 8 pips away from the nearest 50 or 00 level (1.5600), I decided to go for the same amount of pips I was risking on the trade, which in this case was 41. This put my initial target at 1.5567.
Entry: Short at 1.5608 Stop: 1.5649 Target: 1.5567
11:30am EST- Unfortunately I was stopped out of my trade.
Trade Result: -41 pips (NOT INCLUDING SPREAD) R-Multiple: -1.00
News events to watch for tomorrow:
- 4:30am EST- UK Manufacturing Production
- 5:30am EST- UK Bank of England Quarterly Inflation Report
- 8:30am EST- US Trade Balance
- 10:00am EST- US DOE U.S. Crude Oil Inventories