EURUSD ‘Supply CZ Nearby’ Trade Analysis

Setup: Supply CZ Nearby
Order: Short Stop Order (1.1402)
Trade result: Failed (didn’t close on wide up bar after alert)

Supply CZ Nearby

Trading near a Congestion Zone is similar to a support/resistance zone. The logic is the same – there is a zone with an high potential to reverse the market, and so, if the market gives these strength signs, you should get ready to get in.
In this trade, there was a nearby long-term congestion zone (CZ), and weak volume + price action NEAR the CZ, which triggered the alert.
The short trade was executed at 1.1402 and closed at 1.1443. The mistake was that I didn’t close on wide up bar after alert, which is something to always look out for.

 

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GBPUSD ‘Resistance Broken’ Setup +53 pips

Setup: Resistance Broken
Order: Long Market Order (1.2849)
Initial Risk:Reward: 1.32

Resistance Broken

After an alert on a BROKEN RESISTANCE, I went long at 1.2849. Later closed the trade at 1.2902 (Take-profit hit). When the prices break a resistance, and there’s strength before, it means the smart money is expecting higher prices, and that’s why this setup works very well. The momentum was strong as price skyrocketed and I decided to go. Normally you should wait for that candle that fully broke the resistance hours later. It would have been less risky.

 

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EURJPY ‘Support Broken’ Trade Analysis

Setup: Support Broken
Order: Short Market Order (127.8750)
Trade Result: Failed (nearby long-term support at 127.87)

Support Broken

After an alert on a BROKEN SUPPORT, I went short at 127.88. Later closed the trade at 128.17 (Nearby long-term support at 127.87). When the prices break a support, and there’s weakness before, it means the smart money is expecting lower prices, and that’s why this setup works very well. Unfortunately, in this specific case, it didn’t work. It won’t always work but in the long term, this is a profitable setup.

 

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GBPUSD ‘Weak VSA + Background’ Setup +31 pips

Setup: Weak VSA + Background
Order: Short Stop Order (1.3015)
Initial Risk:Reward: 1.01

Weak VSA + Background

In this setup, VSA system looks for a supply signal in the same direction as the background, to trade in the direction of the trend.
The short trade was executed at 1.3015 and closed at 1.2983 (take-profit hit).

 

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AUDJPY ‘Resistance Broken’ Trade Analysis

Setup: Resistance Broken
Order: Long Market Order (80.0910)
Trade result: Failed (didn’t close on time signal)

Resistance Broken

VSA System will show a BUY alert when there is a resistance broken with good volume and demand signals/strong trend beforehand. I bought at 80.09 and closed at 79.91. However, I didn’t close on time signal, which is something to always look out for.

 

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USDJPY ‘Support Nearby’ Setup +31 pips

Setup: Support Nearby
Order: Long Stop Order (111.79)
Initial Risk:Reward: 1.73

Support Nearby

After an alert on long-term SUPPORT NEARBY, and nearby DEMAND signals, I went long at 111.79. Later it was closed at 112.10 because of Time close signal.

 

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GBPUSD ‘Strong VSA + Background’ Trade Analysis

Setup: Strong VSA + Background
Order: Long Stop Order (1.3061)
Trade result: Failed (didn’t close on wide down bar after alert)

Strong VSA + Background

In this setup, VSA system looks for a demand signal in the same direction as the background, to trade in the direction of the trend.
The long trade was executed at 1.3061 and closed at 1.3043. The mistake was that I didn’t close on wide down bar after alert, which could have cut the loss short.

 

Disclaimer: Hypothetical performance results have many inherent limitations, some of which are described below. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those shown; in fact, there are frequently sharp differences between hypothetical performance results and the actual results subsequently achieved by any particular trading program. One of the limitations of hypothetical performance results is that they are generally prepared with the benefit of hindsight. In addition, these trades were taken by our proprietary robot that takes both positive and negative trades in a simulated setting for purely educational purposes.

 

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GBPUSD ‘Dynamic Trend Up’ Setup +38 pips

Setup: Dynamic Trend Up
Order: Long Market Order (1.3150)
Initial Risk:Reward: 2.01

 

Dynamic Trend Up

 

In this setup we use the dynamic trend indicator, also integrated in the alerts indicator. We aim to benefit from the immediate imbalance of supply and demand, and enter when the short-term trend is on our side.
The long trade was opened at 1.3150 and closed at 1.3188 (take-profit hit).

 

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