If you are referring to your post #5614: the level you marked is approximately similar to the marked level on my H4 chart (your level is abit higher). If I was looking for PA on H4, that's where I'd look.
That doesn't mean either of us is right and the other is wrong. The picture just does not add up to me (I don't see decisiveness/direction), and I wanted to explain why I'll be watching from sidelines...
Yes, I got busy with the new work. Thought you were not going to comment. Your comments are always welcome. I still get confused with the 2 BR hehe. Anyway I might just have to trade conservatively. In the 4 hr i spotted a BEEB. TY
I hope the new work is going well my friend , thanks for the kind words.
Also saw the BEEB on the H4, but IMHO, it's not formed after any trade-able sort of pullback, thus no space to trade into
Oh , i'm newbie and i don't know what best pairs to trade ? (Example : EU,GU,UCHF,AU or ....v)
I can't monitor over too much pair in the same time. So i want ask you the best pairs to monitor .
Aaah, that's clear
The more liquid a pair is, the better!
So if you don't want to watch too many, start with the MAJORS (e.g GBPUSD)
Then as you get more comfy with time, you can add the JPY crosses (e.g EURJPY), then the other crosses (e.g EURAUD)
NB: whatever pairs you decide to watch, do this as first thing:
a) go to daily chart
b) mark two *key* horizontal levels: one above current price, and the other below current price.
Those are the places we wait for price to reach and produce PA. Once you get comfortable trading on the Daily, then you can check out the H4 (looking for PA at those same Daily levels).