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Now that the BOC had its say and the ECB is about to take the stage, I’ve got these adjustments on my NZD/CAD and EUR/AUD trades. Before reading on, make sure you review my initial trade setups first!


Price spiked higher on a more cautious BOC statement but not enough to reach my original buy stop order at .9675 so I decided to wait for a quick pullback entry to .9600.

With fundamentals strongly favoring the Kiwi against the Loonie at this point, it also made sense to set a tighter stop at .9375 below the 4-hour ascending triangle support.

NZD/CAD 4-hour Forex Chart
NZD/CAD 4-hour Forex Chart

I’m keeping my buy stop order at .9675 but I’ve made adjustments to my position size to account for the tighter stop of 300 pips. I’ll still be aiming for a large profit target of 900 pips but I’ll be trailing my stop and would likely reevaluate my trade once price hits potentially strong resistance at parity.


Yep, this one’s still open, fellas! I seem to have gotten faked out on what seemed like a double bottom neckline break but my one good eye seems to be seeing an inverse head and shoulders pattern that’s just forming.

I’ve got a wide stop below the lows at 1.4425 anyway so there’s room to cut my losses in case price falls below the 1.4650 area.

EUR/AUD 4-hour Forex Chart
EUR/AUD 4-hour Forex Chart

The ECB statement could make or break this trade, as analysts are divided on what the central bank might do next.

As Forex Gump outlined in his ECB Statement Preview, additional easing expectations have already been priced in so there’s a good chance that not-so-aggressive moves might be considered a disappointment.

Still, I’m keeping close tabs on the 1.4600 major psychological level as a break below this area could confirm that markets believe that the ECB is acting aggressively enough, opening the door for longer-term euro losses.

I’m thinking the outcome could be as tough to predict as Taylor Swift’s next victim – I mean, love interest- but I’ll keep y’all posted through my Twitter account if I’m gonna jump ship!

As always, don’t risk more than 1% of your account on a single trade and make sure you read our risk disclosure if you’re thinking of taking the same setups.

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