July 22, 2015 Daily Analysis

7/22 Analysis: Quick Breakout Profit

At the NY open, we have a strong GBP (red line) but it’s turning back down. On the weak side, we have the AUD and NZD but neither of those currencies have any current momentum to the downside.

However, if we fast forward a bit into the session, here is what the indicator looks like:

072215 NY Trade1

Now, the GBP has a steep line up indicating current momentum and the NZD has a steep line down.


072215 NY Trade1Result

If you were to place your pending stop order 10 pips above the opening price, you would have been triggered as price moved 52 pips in your favor.

You can watch the entire video analysis below:

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