1. Short 1.5667 and 1.5682 to target 1.5525.

Highs 1.5655, Lows 1.5527

Target Achieved

Trade Runs +128 Pips

2. Short 1.5473 to target 1.5301.Not traded 

3. Long 1.5525 to target 1.5595.

Lows 1.5527, highs 1.5575

Trade Runs +48 Pips. 

2 Trades, 3 days +176 Pips. 


Short anywhere or 0.9266 if seen to target 0.9051.

Highs 0.9262, Lows 0.9094

Trade Runs +168 pips

3 trades, 3 days, +344 pips. 

Note weekly Trades. No charts, No graphs, No stops, No Fibs, No Indicators 

No woulda, shoulda, looks ike, maybe, probably, if this then that. 

I know exactly what I'm doing as we trade continuous prices up and down or target to target.

Brian Twomey 

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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