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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Andrii said:

October 25, 2018 at 8:05 pm

Very good example! We had had bearish volume at D1, H4 and H1 time-frames before this break down. Later the price reached half-close/breakeven level @128.50. Why wasn’t the breakeven stop-loss set in the deal?

AT Support said:

October 25, 2018 at 8:29 pm

Wasn’t near the monitor at the time when it happened.

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