NZD trades as posted and results below.


Long 63.31 and 63.02 to target 65.70

Lows 63.46, Highs 65.45

Trade Runs +199 pips

25  pips remain to target



Long 0.5724 and 0.5695 to target 0.5899

Lows 0.5708 Highs 0.5854

Trade Runs +146 pips

45 pips to target



Long 0.8343 and 0.8319 to target 0.8425.

Lows 0.8321 Highs 0.8431

Trade Runs +110 pips

Trade complete. Waiting on Break 0.8451 to long again or price lower for longs at lower levels.



Long 0.5918 to arget 0.6080.

Lows 0.5850 Highs 0.6015

Trade runs +97 pips from 0.5918

65 Pips remain to target.

My mistake as 0.5918 required another entry Point as 0.5918 is a vital, vital weekly level. Had an additional level factored to the weekly trade then pip counts would've been much higher.

Total 4 trades +553 pips and 3 outstanding targets remain.

AUDCHF posted last week and the target at 0.6103 never completed its destination. Here's the trade and results.



Long 0.5845 and 0.5803 to target 0.6103

Lows 0.5846 Highs 0.6029

Trade runs +183 pips

Long way to target

Trading currencies and other financial instruments carries a degree of loss and possible loss of entire investments. Please managed your own risks, stop loss, and margins requirements.

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